goosebumps and justice

I ended the service at Drumchapel Essenside URC with these brilliant words from Roddy Hamilton: let us go out with quiet boldness, tender daring, simmering anger, impatient justice. let us go out with provocative peacemaking into advent, enough to crack open the moribund and dry faith of the world in it’s spent and necrotic cravings. Read More …

Christian Youth Work?

On Friday I spent the morning at a meeting of Christian Youth Workers who are discussing setting up a network. To help us think about what the network should be and how we could describe it Neil Pratt from ICC led us through a discussion on ‘what is Christian Youth Work?’. I’ve always been a Read More …

ill informed

I’m fed up with people who don’t know what they are talking about jumping on band wagons because it suits their purposes. Question Time (BBC)  over the past few weeks has seen a whole load of people calling for a referendum on the new European ‘constitution’.  It is painfully obvious that the vast majority of Read More …

Kant you tell it’s different in church now?

I had Ethics class today at Uni.  A quick spin through feminist and postmodern ethics.  It was hard work but fascinating.  One of the many thoughts that struck me was that these ethical theories explain clearly the differences in Traditional Church and Emerging Church.  I’ll try to explain.  For me the main differences in the Read More …