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.
30/03/2018 by Chris Green
Like a doctor who is gravely sick, but never takes the medicine she prescribes for others, we can preach, pray, read and sing today, but always with one eye on the clock to make sure it all runs to time. We don’t pay attention to ourselves.
26/03/2018 by Chris Green
By the time I put my pen down I have rarely felt so flat and uninspired in what I had planned to say. Do you ever feel like that about your sermons? Thought so.
23/03/2018 by Chris Green
I woke up this morning to news of more ministry heroes of mine crashing and burning, their ministry pasts, presents and futures potentially deeply suspect.
22/03/2018 by Chris Green
It’s time to revisit your New Year’s resolution to read a major theologian this year
21/03/2018 by Chris Green
Even though I allocate the same total number of hours, I do not use them in the same way. Experience has taught me where I can improve. So here are eight ways my sermon prep has changed over time.
15/03/2018 by Chris Green
Look at yourself rather than others. Look in the mirror, and check your deepest motivations.