1. Cutting to the Heart: Reviewed in Evangelicals Now

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    18/12/2015 by Chris Green

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      This is a really positive review by Peter Lewis, writing in Evangelicals Now.   ‘Not a mirror but a …
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  2. Double cross, and Christian discipleship

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    28/04/2016 by Chris Green

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    On Good Friday, one man didn’t get to carry a cross. But another one did – and it wasn’t Jesus. Understanding him is the key to Christian discipleship.

  3. The two-way mirror: how we see the world, how the world sees the cross

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    25/04/2016 by Chris Green

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    There is a stubbornness in the way the Bible refuses to glamorise the Christian life. We shall never escape the reality of conforming to Jesus’ death, until we ourselves die.

  4. The prize, and the price

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    22/04/2016 by Chris Green

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    We follow a crucified Saviour. That sounds obvious, but it always needs repeating. Because the penny never seems to drop. Not all the way, all the time.

  5. The well-led, well-fed church

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    19/04/2016 by Chris Green

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    One weakness in much preaching today is that it is quite individually applied, and in a way that can be transplanted from one church to another without too much difficulty. It is not focussed enough on a particular congregation, and therefore lacks the force to move that church to better obedience.

  6. Two gifts, and a double helping for pastors

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    16/04/2016 by Chris Green

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    In Paul’s mind the potential elder must show a double gifting from Romans 12: an ability to teach must be partnered to an ability to lead.

  7. Leading and feeding the church – how are they related?

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    14/04/2016 by Chris Green

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    Churches, like any human organisation, cannot operate long-term as shapeless, improvised groupings. And even though an occasional New Testament scholar will suggest that the first few decades of the church had an exciting, free-form style, which only much later hardened into a hierarchy, when we turn to the New Testament, we can see that the experience of the very first Christians was much more complex.

  8. Beautiful ambition

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    07/04/2016 by Chris Green

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    Do you have a passion to see the lost found, and the found built up? Do you have a desire to see the gospel understood, churches planted, men and women converted, children growing in their faith, and for you to be playing a part in that for the rest of your life? Do you treasure your time in God’s Word, and love to see it opened among his people so they are dazzled by his wonder? Then you’ve identified what he means to aspire and desire this noble task.

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