How not to turn the good news into bad news.
The gospel does satisfy the intellect, but it also captures the heart.
Gospel light will never be snuffed out. Not even by the terrible darkness of a global pandemic.
This is not simply a book of ‘advice’ from a pastor. This is a collection of letters from a man who knows what it means to be forgiven and redeemed by his Saviour.
The conversation about poverty is usually dominated by people with very little experience of being poor.
Most church-planting resources are written for those planting in big, ‘strategic’ cities. Is it any wonder, then, that so few churches are being planted and supported in the world’s poorest communities?
This sermon was preached on 24 July 2018 at Niddrie Community Church as part of their baptism service.
I want us to begin today thinking about some of the basics when it comes to counselling, the Christian, and the local church. Paul Tripp says that very many of us, and probably most Christians we know, live in what he describes as the gospel gap of the here and now. So, people have a […]
Poverty can be a tricky thing to get your mind around. Our church’s ministry brings me (Mike) into contact with different kinds of people in need. In one suburb nearby, we distribute food to Latin American immigrants who may not have the legal standing to pursue government assistance. In another suburb, we work with people […]