Let women speak (Part Three)… They’ve been taught to be silent

As a complementarian, I believe that men and women have been created equally but have been given different roles in the church and in the home. Therefore, as a complementarian who takes the Bible seriously I want to honour what it teaches. This series started in 2019 with this post, it was a result ofContinue reading “Let women speak (Part Three)… They’ve been taught to be silent”

Saturday Snippets (November 21)

As well as reading a lot of books, I also read a ton of articles every week. Here are some of the articles that I’ve read recently and have found interesting, helpful, challenging and encouraging. I hope that they will be the same for you, my dear readers…

Books for Kids, Teens and Families…

There are some great kids books out there, it’s important that we invest the same amount of time finding them sound books that are based on the Bible and point them to Jesus as we would for ourselves. Here are a few of the books I’ve been sent recently for kids, teens and families…

Tools to help you teach…

One of the parts that I enjoy most in my job is the privilege that I have of preaching. It is an absolute honour and joy to be able to stand before people and open up God’s Word with them. But there is a lot of preparation that goes into a sermon, a lot ofContinue reading “Tools to help you teach…”

Dear Pastor, Theologian & Author, simple is generally better!

I read tons of books of all kinds; some academic, some study books, some theological books for the ‘average Joe’ and some general Christian life books. I listen to lots of sermons; some conference addresses, some seminary graduation addresses, but the majority probably in the church service context. So often I hear pastors, theologians andContinue reading “Dear Pastor, Theologian & Author, simple is generally better!”