Belonging to The Church and to a church (Acts 2:42-47)

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 few years back we did summer camp at home for our church young people at Bearwood. The camp finished at our Nueva Vida Service with a bi-lingua celebration.  I thought I would share here the talk I gave to round things off.  During the camp, the young people learnt about: Calling God Father, Living for… Continue reading Belonging to The Church and to a church (Acts 2:42-47)

Church decision making ā€“ methods and majorities

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This is a follow up to my article on how we go about making decisions as churches. In my previous article, I talked about when decisions should be made by church leaders and when they should be made by the whole congregation all together. Today, Iā€™d like to talk about the nuts and bolts of… Continue reading Church decision making ā€“ methods and majorities

Being the local church in lockdown

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I would like to pick up on a question asked in response to my post about committing to a local church the other day. The question was that if we are broadcasting our services on Facebook, Youtube and Zoom and people can join in from anywhere and everywhere then how can we still claim that… Continue reading Being the local church in lockdown

Why commitment to a local church matters

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In conversation with one of the people who has decided to open up his church during lockdown, he was quick to talk about the positives because he was seeing growth during the past few weeks following the decision.  I asked him whether this growth was from hungry unbelievers desperate to find Gospel food, from discontent… Continue reading Why commitment to a local church matters