Part of my training to become a pastor involved completing a theology degree. In addition to those elements of the course that focussed on academic study and essay writing we would also complete sessions to help us consider and prepare for the more practical aspects of ministry. There would be sessions looking at funerals and … Continue reading A Vision for Church: Repentant
As a team of mostly white European Christian’s we rely on our money, tablets, bottled water, lotions, potions, phones, wifi, we don't rely on God. We rely on our intellect to win the game of politics of church power and control. We rely on safe foods, hand sanitizer, ability to bride, insurance, contacts in high places ... who is our God?
As the pastor a local church it is common at this time of year to enjoy services relating to events surrounding the birth of Jesus, whether the children's nativity or carols by candlelight. I don't know how many times I have read these passages from the Bible or heard them read and sermons given. Last … Continue reading Thank God for Women