A brief effort to reclaim an oft-neglected part of a metaphor (with some reflection on the Church of England’s same-sex blessings).
Tag Archives: ministry
Weighty Words vs. Gravitational Mass: Balancing Sermon and Sacrament
Should the sermon or the Lord’s Supper be the focal point of the Sunday meeting? Yes.
Another Angle on Self-Control
Self-control is not just about learning not to be controlled by our desires, it is also about learning not to allow ourselves to be controlled by other people.
The Church: Prophet, Priest, King
Just as Christ fulfils the offices of prophet, priest, and kings, so his body, the church continues his prophetic, priestly, and kingly work in the world.
‘Our Earthly Rulers Falter’: A Hymn and a Prayer for this Moment in Evangelicalism
English conservative evangelicalism is in crisis. G. K. Chesterton’s honest, insightful, and hopeful hymn gives us the appropriate words for this moment.
Acts 6: Is Preaching More Important than Serving?
Should we preach the gospel or serve the poor? Yes.
Being a Professional Christian
A few thoughts on how live when pleasure becomes business.