My friend and fellow writer/blogger Alistair Chalmers, shared this tweet recently. Now, Alistair as well as being a great writer is a phenomenal reader (the two often go together). So, he reads and reviews a lot of books, far more than I get through, so I suspect his comments reflect some observations he is seeing… Continue reading Should publishers only publish genuinely original books?
Equipping people for urban mission will need more than an alternative to seminary
Regular readers of Faithroot.com will know that I’m particularly passionate about seeing people equipped to pastor and plant in our urban contexts. This means that we need to be able to identify, call, train, send people from urban backgrounds, from working class and estate contexts, from different ethnic groups. It will mean encouraging and equipping… Continue reading Equipping people for urban mission will need more than an alternative to seminary