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Tag Archives: churchgoing
This is the third in my series of posts looking for changes of approach in church leadership, away from the post-1970s version of Evangelicalism that currently dominates its thinking and policies. Here I address the need for an outward-looking focus. … Continue reading
Back to Church Sunday is 29th September. I’ve always felt uneasy about this particular date in the liturgical year as it may encourage people to think being a Christian is primarily about attending church services, but there is no denying … Continue reading
The Westminster Faith Debates, backed by a YouGov poll, have produced much telling information about the real attitudes of Christians to church leaders and the things they expect us to believe. Yesterday’s Church Times carries a full-page article by Linda … Continue reading