Learning to See – Navigating the scientific experiments and studies during COVID-19 – Faithroots Guest post from surgeon, Mark Surg
The vaccine and abortion – Faithroots Vaccines including the ones for COVID-19 sometimes make use of aborted foetus tissue. Should you still take the vaccine?
Racism and the Gaslighting of a people – Faithroots Some people are suggesting that the #BlackLivesMatter protests increased racial tension
The vaccine and abortion (3) Doing ethics from three perspectives – Faithroots This is the third in our mini series looking at ethical considerations and the roll out of the COVID-19 vaccines.
Politician sacked … for being competent at her job! – Faithroots Why was the Shadow minister for faith forced to resign?
Pastors get depression too – Faithroots Results of a little survey I did on twitter
If someone says they have depression, please take them seriously – Faithroots A celebrity pastor is checking himself in for depression. However, just because he is using it as an excuse does not make depression any less real
The year we were given – Faithroots We may not have been given the year we wanted but we can still see God’s goodness in it
“Who are these people?” … “These are our neighbours” – Faithroots (reflections of life in Bearwood 1)
“I think I’ve just shipwrecked the Church” – Faithroots Bearwood reflections 2
Pantomime Farce – Faithroots The Government U Turn on Christmas measures
Christmas is not cancelled – Faithroots Despite Christmas restrictions there is much still to celebrate
Between scaremongering and complacency – Faithroots A new mutation of the COVID-19 coronavirus has emerged and whilst some are hitting panic buttons, others are crying “conspiracy theory”
“God has been so good to us” – Faithroots Bearwood reflections 3
A suppressed virus will always return – Faithroots – or why suppressing sin with legalism is never enough
Isolation is a form of death – Faithroots There is more than one way to die. Isolation is associated with Biblical imagery for death.
The Accidental Planter (part 1) – Faithroots more reflections on pastoral life in Bearwood
The Accidental Church Planter (Part 2): The unexpected plant – Faithroots The story behind Nueva Vida
In defence of safeguarding – Faithroots responding to a John Benton article in Evangelicals Now critical of church safeguarding policies and independent bodies
Why I started preaching longer sermons again – Faithroots at the beginning of COVID-19 like many others I shortened my preaching time to provide for shorter attention spans. I’ve built the length up again now. Here is why
Prioritising the non-vulnerable may help protect the vulnerable – Faithroots some counter-intuitive thinking on who should be first in line for the vaccines