Tag Archives: Church

  1. The well-led, well-fed church

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    19/04/2016 by Chris Green

    One weakness in much preaching today is that it is quite individually applied, and in a way that can be transplanted from one church to another without too much difficulty. It is not focussed enough on a particular congregation, and therefore lacks the force to move that church to better obedience.

  2. Beautiful ambition

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    07/04/2016 by Chris Green

    Do you have a passion to see the lost found, and the found built up? Do you have a desire to see the gospel understood, churches planted, men and women converted, children growing in their faith, and for you to be playing a part in that for the rest of your life? Do you treasure your time in God’s Word, and love to see it opened among his people so they are dazzled by his wonder? Then you’ve identified what he means to aspire and desire this noble task.

  3. Mirror, mirror

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    02/03/2015 by Chris Green

    They say that one of the dangers of social media, is that you only see other people’s edited highlights: the …
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  4. The value of a keynote series of sermons

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    02/06/2014 by Chris Green

    My normal practice is to preach through a book of the Bible. The speed we’ll take it at will depend …
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  5. Just because I’m your servant, doesn’t make you my customer

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    06/11/2013 by Chris Green

    commercialisation church

    If there’s something wrong with the shirt I’ve bought, I take back to the shop. If the mechanic hasn’t fixed …
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  6. Complete this sentence: ‘Excellence is…’

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    14/06/2013 by Chris Green

    One church has a full time musician on its staff. Another has to use digital recordings on a keyboard because …
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  7. Money – when there’s way too much

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    08/03/2013 by Chris Green

    Good question. True question. A small church with around twenty members is in a depressed part of town. Money is …
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Publication of The Goldilocks Zone

Launch dayJanuary 18th, 2018
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Living as a Christian in the 21st century means we face constant battles to please God. That’s why I wrote ‘PURITY: Living to please God in an impure world – 15 daily readings in 1 Thessalonians.’

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God, Suffering and Joy

A conversation between me (with cancer) and Michael (with Multiple Sclerosis)

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