Jesus was called the friend of sinners, Christians usually spend all their time with other believers. I recently spoke to a friend is leading a church here in the UK. We had agreed to spend some time reflecting on the things that we are both currently doing and to ask God to show us what […]
Jesus modelled a life of sacrifice and discipleship for the sake of others, Christians aspire for titles and positions
Following on from my last post (read it here) I wanted to continue to reflect on how different the way of Jesus is from our normal experience of ‘christianity’. “I tell you the truth, unless a kernel of wheat is planted in the soil and dies, it remains alone. But it’s death will produce many […]
I recently had a call with pioneers and leaders from our Global Mission Family around the world. It was encouraging to hear stories about how disciples are being made and churches are being planted in different countries. But there was a recurring theme as I listened to people sharing. Some of those who are pioneering […]
Here’s a recent video message I recorded for our friends at East Coker Chapel. I’d love to hear what you think of it!
We are continuing our series about why I believe Jesus is not a Christian. You can read more about this here. “Even though Jesus was God’s son, he learned obedience from the things he suffered.” (Hebrews 5:8) Jesus embraced suffering as a normal part of following His Father’s will. Do we? Instead of trying to […]