1. The Giveaway!

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    02/06/2016 by Chris Green

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    Yup, I have ten copies of Thom Rainer’s new book ‘Who moved my pulpit?’ to give away (thanks, Thom!).

    All you have to be in with a chance is to subscribe to my email list!

  2. Why do pastors resist making friends in the congregation?

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    01/06/2016 by Chris Green

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    Yes, having friends will involve risk. But what kind of cold, non-relational beings would we be if we never took that risk?

  3. OOPS! Four questions to avoid slipping-up on the WWW

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    28/05/2016 by Chris Green

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    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?

  4. A team of one?

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    25/05/2016 by Chris Green

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    Why do pastors, who know and teach the importance of relationships in church, have such problems living it out? Why is it such a common issue to wonder whether pastors are allowed ‘friends’ in church? Are the demands and duties of being a pastor so great, that we are exempt from the normal patterns of friendship?

  5. GIVEAWAY! Thom Rainer, ‘Who Moved My Pulpit?’

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    20/05/2016 by Chris Green

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    From June 1st I’m going to be running a giveaway for copies of Thom Rainer’s new book, ‘Who Moved My Pulpit? Leading Change in the Church’. Stay tuned for more details! You can download a sample chapter from this post.

  6. Your mind, God’s gift

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    20/05/2016 by Chris Green

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    God has given us minds – minds which need constant renewal and growth in line with the gospel (Rom. 12:2) so that we see our world and ourselves in line with truth. Using them well is an act worshipful obedience (Rom.12:1), and using them badly is an act of idolatrous rebellion (Rom. 1:18-32).

  7. Your body, your choices

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    18/05/2016 by Chris Green

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    Staying fit and healthy is an option that most of us can make choices about, and if they increase the chances not just of living longer, being married longer, seeing our great-grandchildren, but of being useful in ministry for longer, I reckon most of us would make an effort if we thought about it.

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