It’s no secret that the secular version of Christmas has been evacuated of any real meaning. But is the version the church is presenting any better? EDIT: due to being removed from YouTube (probably due to reporting on Steve Kirsch’s analysis of the NZ vaccine data), ONLY available as an audio podcast! Links
To celebrate reaching the 100 episode milestone, something a little bit different. I talk about my journey over the last few years, and think about where we’ve ended up. Is there anyone we can trust? And what does that mean for how we relate to the church in particular? Also available on the audio podcast. Links
Someone asked me how to respond scripturally to a “no jab, no job” policy in an Anglican diocese in Canada. This is my response. Article: “Why I walked” by Jim Packer
In Revelation 10:1-11:14 we see that the church is given a prophetic witness to the church, a message which has power even over kings and nations. But has it lived up to that calling in the last 18 months?
Fear has been one of the biggest factors over the past 18 months. Revelation 7 describes why we can be fearless even in the face of adversity. How does the church measure up to it? New podcast! As I mention in the video, the videos are now available also as a podcast if you would […]
A lot of people have been asking where the church has been over the last 18 months. In this video looking at the final three letters from Revelation ch 3, we see what Jesus has to say to the church today.
What would Jesus have to say to churches today about everything that’s going on? Revelation chapters 2 and 3 contain seven letters to the churches, which give us a real insight into what he has to say to us today.
In this video we look at the rest of Revelation chapter 1. What does it teach us about who’s really in charge in the world, and how we should respond to the current circumstances? And what does it say about the way the church has responded to lockdown?
Over the last 15 months, a lot of churches have not really engaged with what’s been happening with the lockdowns. Perhaps it has been seen as divisive, or a distraction from preaching the gospel. But does not the gospel have something to say about lockdowns, and shouldn’t the church be speaking about it?
One of the most striking things about the last 12 months is the way that churches have gone above and beyond what they have been required to do in lockdown restrictions. Why is it that churches have been so keen to proclaim the message of “hands, face, space”? You could write a book about that […]