Thoughts on life in a church without students

Chris Green has helpfully written about what it means to lead churches in non-student settings. He notes that many church leaders became Christians at University or were  discipled there and the risk then is that we can end up trying to replicate student/graduate church models into other churches. He lists a whole set of reasons why this doesn’t work and the challenges of this. Continue reading

The Greatest Love Story

In the last article, we saw that the Doctrine of Penal Substitution is part of God’s Great Love story.  I thought it might be helpful to highlight some other aspects of that Love Story. Continue reading

An offensive salvation

In an earlier post, I mentioned that there had been an attempt to link Evangelical Theology to the causes of violence and abuse. This stemmed from the allegations emerging about John Smyth but some commentators have linked this to the wider Public School system.[1] Continue reading