20/09/2017 by Chris Green
The culture sees independence as maturity, but for us that’s not good enough. Interdependence is maturity.
07/06/2017 by Chris Green
I’ve just watched a small team have a bit of a wobble. They didn’t crash – the event they planned went smoothly in the end, and no-one outside the team would have spotted that there was a problem. But there was, and it’s easily solved.
18/04/2017 by Chris Green
I keep a list of preachers I run through as I am preparing a sermon. Particular preachers have gifts and emphases I …
22/09/2016 by Chris Green
In every leadership task there’s an easy part and a hard part – and they just keep on coming
01/06/2016 by Chris Green
Yes, having friends will involve risk. But what kind of cold, non-relational beings would we be if we never took that risk?
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.
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.