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.
24/09/2018 by Chris Green
One of the great gifts that teaching at seminary gave me, was that I was forced to say out loud, in a copyable manner, the route I take from text to sermon. In fine detail. It forced me to become conscious of what I knew and did.
07/08/2018 by Chris Green
It’s the old adage: if they’re not actually learning, then I’m not teaching – whatever else I think I’m doing.
05/02/2018 by Chris Green
If we become more attentive to our decisions to act and to the feedback, we can improve more carefully.
27/06/2016 by Chris Green
Our politicians have just refused to speak for 48hrs, and deprived themselves and us of leadership. We preachers can and must do better.
28/05/2016 by Chris Green
Several times recently I’ve seen Christians caught out by video clips on the web , saying things which were, with hindsight, not what they should really have said. How can we minimise the risk of this happening to us?
16/04/2016 by Chris Green
In Paul’s mind the potential elder must show a double gifting from Romans 12: an ability to teach must be partnered to an ability to lead.