Sex is like fire. In the fireplace it keeps us warm. Outside the fireplace it burns down the house. Ray Ortlund. Apologies if I’ve reminded you of a song by the Kings of Leon (if you don’t know what I’m talking about, consider yourself fortunate). I came across the quote above Continue Reading
Catechism (n): an elementary book containing a summary of the principles of the Christian religion, especially as maintained by a particular church, in the form of questions and answers. In our church we regularly run courses for people who want to find out more about the Christian faith. In the past Continue Reading
I’ve just uploaded the last in my series on “How to grow as a Christian” – looking at the cross from Mark’s gospel. I apologise that my blog has become even more neglected over the last month, but I have been uploading videos weekly. If you want to follow these Continue Reading
I’ve started a new series on my vlog – “How to grow as a Christian”. This was originally an idea for a lent course, but I thought it would work well on the vlog as well.
Happy New Year to all my blog followers! Seeing as my last one seemed to be received well, I decided to do another vlog message thinking about the subject of whether we can be optimistic in 2018. Given that the world is in such a mess at the moment – Continue Reading
Rather than writing my Christmas Message on the blog this year, I thought I’d post up a video… the Bible passage I refer to is here in case you want to read along with me.
I’ve been on a roll talking about mental health lately, so I thought I’d share this video I’ve just found (courtesy of the Gospel Coalition). It’s of Peter Adam talking about mental illness – in particular, his suffering with depression for 30 years. It’s a very honest interview and well Continue Reading
A few weeks ago I blogged about a Christian perspective on mental health. In that piece I started out by saying, “There is far, far more to say and I just wanted to make clear from the outset: this is just the beginning.” Well, today Glen Scrivener wrote an excellent piece Continue Reading
Today the Church of England unveiled a new document designed to help tackle homophobic, biphobic and transphobic (HBT – because there aren’t enough acronyms already) bullying in schools. You can read the press release on that page, and the document itself is linked at the bottom. Personally I find the Continue Reading
Update: as predicted in this post, the YouTube channel was short-lived. But, I did end up starting another YouTube channel, which ended up with Understand the Bible, so I guess every cloud… anyway, don’t go looking for Worship Guitar for Everyone Else – it’s not there any more! A few Continue Reading