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. Seven steps to preaching a long biblical book (Jeremiah)

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    30/06/2016 by Chris Green

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    Let me ask you the obvious question: have you ever actually read Jeremiah? I don’t mean, have you read the famous bits, and I don’t mean have you read it sequentially in your quiet times over a series of weeks. No, I mean, have you read it, all the way through, in a sitting.

    Me neither.

    So, by way of going back to basics, here’s how I approached a whole book – by some estimates, the longest book in the Bible.

  3. Words: the leader’s most powerful tool

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    27/06/2016 by Chris Green

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    Our politicians have just refused to speak for 48hrs, and deprived themselves and us of leadership. We preachers can and must do better.

  4. Why I just told people how I voted

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    23/06/2016 by Chris Green

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    Wy did I just break the habit of a lifetime, and tell people how I voted?

  5. Want to work at St James?

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    09/06/2016 by Chris Green

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    St James Muswell Hill is hiring not one, but TWO senior staff, both members of the clergy team, preaching, taking services, and sharing in the pastoral and leadership responsibility. You can find out more about us at http://www.st-james.org.uk.

  6. Nine tips to keep your prayer life fresh

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    08/06/2016 by Chris Green

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    We all know that we need to develop our prayer lives, and to do so continually. Here, again, are nine lessons I’ve learnt.

  7. Nine tips to keep your bible reading fresh

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    07/06/2016 by Chris Green

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    If our bible reading is getting stale, the problem is never with the bible: the always fresh, living, Word of Life. No, the problem is with our sleepy eyes and sluggish heart. Here are nine lessons I’ve learned as I have tried to avoid the dangers:

  8. Making friends: three biblical principles and a wisdom call

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    03/06/2016 by Chris Green

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    If it’s good to have friends a as a pastor, what are some biblical principles, and where are the boundaries?

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