18/12/2015 by Chris Green
This is a really positive review by Peter Lewis, writing in Evangelicals Now. ‘Not a mirror but a …
06/12/2016 by Chris Green
A long time ago, in a cinema far, far away, I learnt a critical lesson about preaching at Christmas.
23/11/2016 by Chris Green
I hear preachers talking about their sermons as if they’re concept cars, pretty and accurate, gorgeous – but never taken for a real drive, in the rush hour, to do the shopping, in the rain. With the kids acting up in the back.
21/11/2016 by Chris Green
Elephants Leaders like it large At our best, leaders like it large because that means more people are hearing, believing …
18/11/2016 by Chris Green
Chip and Dan Heath tell a story of the computer chip company, Intel. Back in the 1970s Intel was well-known …
15/11/2016 by Chris Green
Like anyone, I like growth and expansion. I like more. But it comes at a cost. So I admire people who ask what went well last time, that we’re not going to do again
11/11/2016 by Chris Green
So what if one week the analogy we used for our services was to be like a roller-coaster ride? Or a walk in the forest? Or a surprise party? Or a great epic? Or the movement through the verses of a well-known, or unknown, hymn?
09/11/2016 by Chris Green
As preachers and church leaders, we get to help people decide each week to put Christ first. And when we preach we should plan to be specific.