1. What can you give to the newest Christians in your church?

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    05/04/2018 by Chris Green

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  2. 24/11/2017 by Chris Green

  3. My uneasy conscience – was that really a sermon?

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    11/02/2019 by Chris Green

    Did I just stick Jesus onto a Christ-less sermon, to make myself feel better? Or did I actually preach Christ?

  4. Book review – Churchill: Walking with Destiny, by Andrew Roberts

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    07/02/2019 by Chris Green

    Seven lessons from a superb new biography of a remarkable man.

  5. If you’re new today…

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    04/02/2019 by Chris Green

    You probably had somebody turn up at church last Sunday, and they hadn’t been in your building before. And the …
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  6. Two magnificent exhibitions show – once again – why Christians should be interested in history.

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    29/01/2019 by Chris Green

    Two magnificent exhibitions show- once again – why Christians should be interested in history. The first is at the British …
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  7. Why can false teaching be so hard to uproot?

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    24/01/2019 by Chris Green

    Do you know which false doctrines you’d love to be true, and why? It’s quite a revealing question.

  8. Two questions to help your meetings work

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    22/01/2019 by Chris Green

    Two issues dominate when meetings don’t act on the good intentions in the room

  9. With great patience…

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    15/01/2019 by Chris Green

    Even the best of us can get caught in a bitterness of spirit, whether to an individual, a group, a type or even a whole church.

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