Month: December 2012


I’ve been spending a bit of time recently with some local volunteers.  Non-Christian volunteers, working for a secular organisation.  And I’ve been rolling up my sleeves and being a volunteer too.  A bit – not as much as them. The result is that I’ve been able to talk to them, as we’ve been doing stuff

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I wish it could be Christmas every day!

As a preacher I often find myself quite constrained at this time of year.  There are some brilliant preaching opportunities coming round the corner (Carols, Christingle, Crib service, Midnight, Christmas Day), but they have quite a predictable shape to them.  Carols: fifteen minute, punchy and throught-provoking evangelism. Christmas Day: fifteen minutes if I can hold

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