Churching again: Why it was great to meet on Sunday

Two days ago we met in person for Sunday services for the first time since the Covid lockdown began. There were lots of ways it was not ideal: large gaps between families, no singing and some rather odd features of the Lord’s Supper were all unwelcome features of the day! And yet it was something … Continue reading Churching again: Why it was great to meet on Sunday

Cancelling life for fear of death (4): Worship, the purpose of life

This is the fourth and final post in a series on the crippling fear of death exposed by Covid-19, and how it has led to the cancelling of some key ways Christianity offers hope and life in the face of death. You can read the earlier posts here, here and here.   But you have … Continue reading Cancelling life for fear of death (4): Worship, the purpose of life

Who rules Britain? (2): Non-Christian rulers and the Rule of Christ

  This is the second article in a series 'Who rules Britain?'. You can find the first here. What has gone wrong with politics in Britain? Why are we faced with such a terrible choice at this election? How did we get to a situation where mainstream parties on all sides are led by such … Continue reading Who rules Britain? (2): Non-Christian rulers and the Rule of Christ

Who rules Britain (1): Jesus is Lord, and still will be on Friday

This is the first of a series of four posts for this election week, asking the question ‘Who rules Britain?’ The enthronement of Jesus Christ, and God's universal call to acknowledge him, is the foundational political fact. Who will be ruling Britain on December 13th? The Christian answer is unambiguous. There will be no ultimate … Continue reading Who rules Britain (1): Jesus is Lord, and still will be on Friday