23/04/2018 by Chris Green
Yet another high profile ministry crashed, leaving a trail of spiritual wreckage and a plume of non-Christian cynicism. And the lesson again is the deadly nature of being a lone pastor, an unaccountable pastor, a too-senior-to be-talked to-seriously pastor.
04/04/2018 by Chris Green
There are occasions where you need to know a lot, and maybe be exhaustive. But that habit can hurt us badly when it comes to other, more practical, areas.
22/03/2018 by Chris Green
It’s time to revisit your New Year’s resolution to read a major theologian this year
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.
30/01/2018 by Chris Green
Artists and musicians produce dazzling and original works from a limited source. We have a dazzling gospel – so how come it produces such predictable preaching?
06/10/2017 by Chris Green
The Prime Minister’s ‘frog-in-the-throat’ moment will be something that any preacher will know. It feels as though your entire speaking system has gone on lockdown. So what to do?
25/09/2017 by Chris Green
It is becoming harder for TV programmes to shock enough to get ratings, and that’s only partly because they up against an unrated internet. It’s also because as a culture (and Evangelical sub-culture) we have become much, much harder to shock.