Lent has now begun.And it started for me, as it does for many Christians, by being marked with ash on my forehead in the sign of the cross. Memento Mori. Remember you are but dust, and to dust you shall return. It’s a poignant reminder that over the centuries Lent has been a penitential time of […]

“It may be that Christians, notwithstanding corporate worship, common prayer, and all their fellowship in service, may still be left to their loneliness. The final break-through to fellowship does not occur, because, though they have fellowship with one another as believers and as devout people, they do not have fellowship as the undevout, as sinners. […]

I recently had the opportunity to read Ian Paul’s Evangelical Leadership: Challenges and Opportunities, a grove booklet in the Leadership Series. I have reviewed it for Illuminate Magazine, the student publication for the London School of Theology – where I live, work and study. Check it out:  The London School of Theology’s mission statement declares that […]