‘Go make disciples.’ Jesus used his last words on earth to give his disciples a job to do. Don’t miss what he’s saying: being disciples means making disciples. It means telling others about Jesus and helping them follow his commandments.Read More
I was raised in a religious family. But I didn’t know God personally.
One day during a school assembly, missionaries gave out Bibles. We read John 3:16. I was confronted with the reality of hell and the promise of eternal life with Jesus.Read More
Do I seek to love strangers? Do I often invite others into my home? These are questions Rosaria Butterfield’s book helped me confront.Read More
Do you ever wonder how the gospel affects your life right now? Sure, it addresses the past: we’ve been rescued from sin.Read More
Overwhelmed by how needy the world is? I know I am. 97% of people in the UK aren’t followers of Jesus and need to turn to him.Read More
Recently we wrote about asking others to read the Bible. The writer of one Bible-reading resource claims that up to forty-percent of his colleagues have said yes.Read More
This week I went to a presentation of a new resource called The Word 1-2-1. Its aim is to make the gospel of John really accessible for friends, family and colleagues.Read More
Have you clocked the professional/personal divide in our workplaces? Shamed politicians, for example, have sometimes refused to stand down because some scandal happened ‘in their personal lives.’Read More
We've all been there. That moment when your mate's joke bombs. When you forget someone's name. When you mistake a stranger for your dad (true story).Read More
Peter and John lay awake on the hard prison floor. The last few days had been a blur. The fire and wind. The different languages. The healing of a man who had been...Read More
Where I work, August is holiday season. Work slows down. People put down their tools and get away. But do they?Read More
Getting alongside a gaggle of teenagers. Teaching the Bible. Dressing up as an alien. Refereeing a sport you’ve never heard of.Read More
Is spending time with God sometimes just a guilty thought before your head hits the pillow? And does evangelism slot into the ‘if-I-have-time’ category?Read More
Forgiven, adopted and loved people will change. Our lives will stand out.
How can we do this at work? Here are five ways.Read More
Sometimes you read something many times before it hits you.
For me it was these words…Read More
I know my colleagues need the gospel. I’m the only Christian in my team.
And yet, among my many spiritual faults, evangelism at work is up there.Read More
Lives matter. Not just our own.
Paul thinks that being deeply involved in others’ lives is crucial to the gospel.Read More
As a Christian I’m free to work in nearly all workplaces. But with such freedom comes responsibility;Read More