Following on from my first post on the importance of prayer and being devoted to prayer, here are three brief answers to why we should be devoted to prayer. The
I went away this week for a couple of days down to Exeter, to sleep, read and relax. It was fantastic. I will blog more about my time away and
I have been struck more and more recently on the importance of prayer within ministry. I want to post some of my thoughts here, to hear from others, to generally
Justin Taylor has posted an update on the baptism debate. Check it out here.
As I left for camp there was the beginings of a great discussion regarding 11-14 year olds and worship, started by Sean Meade, director of the Stuck in the Middle
The debate on baptism and church membership continues with, Mark Dever has now posted briefly about his views. This debate is an interesting one, and I hope this discussion continues.
If you have a few minutes here are two blogs well worth taking a looking at. First, I am off to a summer camp soon and have been finding Deep(ish)
Justin Taylor has posted a response from Grudem to Piper in their discussion surrounding baptism. It will be interesting to see if this goes any further or not.
Justin Taylor has highlighted how Wayne Grudem revised section F1 in his new edition of Systematic Theology (pp. 982-983). The section is titled, “Do Churches Need to Be Divided Over
Last night we hosted our children’s and youth volunteers social. Somehow the weather held off, and whilst most of England and Wales is being flooded we had a lovely evening,
Interesting post over at the Leadership journal blog on how we measure success. The age old question of how we do it, is it a simple measurement based on numbers
There is a great post over at youthblog along the following: “A lot of our “youth” work seems diluted by the presence of both pre-teen children and excessive numbers of