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. Fifteen realities of life in a church without students

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    14/02/2017 by Chris Green

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    If our church took the approach of simply transporting a student-church model for training and equipping, we wouldn’t begin to resource our people.

  3. DIY ministry: write something useful yourself

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    13/02/2017 by Chris Green

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    The influnce of a little booklet called Journey Into Life, should inspire us to write new material ourselves

  4. That sermon, I didn’t enjoy

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    07/02/2017 by Chris Green

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    We are pastors, and when we have a hard message, and we know the effect it will have, our hearts shift.

  5. Mike Ovey

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    20/01/2017 by Chris Green

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    Mike Ovey, who died suddenly on January 7th aged 58, was a pioneering theological educator, and an architect of global Anglican Evangelicalism.

  6. Four viewpoints on church planting, and why we need them all

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    18/01/2017 by Chris Green

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    How four, gospel hearted people, see the same church planting task from four, necessary, complementary perspectives.

  7. The hardest thing I had to write, and how Pixar helped me.

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    16/01/2017 by Chris Green

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    How I learnt to write in six, different, drafts.

  8. The CGBA (Chris Green Book Awards) 2016

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    16/12/2016 by Chris Green

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    What were the top books I read in 2016?

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