How Christians and the Church should respond to Corbynism

This article has gone through so many changes, it’s crazy!  The post talks about how Christians and the Church should see the ‘Cult of Corbynism’ and how do we respond to it.  I do not hide the fact that I support Owen Smith and the PLP in the attempt to remove Jeremy Corbyn from leadership. […]

The Second World War, Eastern front

God’s Grace at work during the Second World War

Grace is such a wonderful and amazing conundrum (and I don’t use these terms loosely!). Throughout history, since the beginning of time itself, God has guided and protected us, through trials and tribulations, as well as bestowing upon the world His greatest gift. Every breath we take is another gift from God. How often do […]

Why I am not a Calvinist

I am not a Calvinist. This may be a shock to some of you who know me, and those who don’t know me, well I doubt you worry as much!  Before there is total uproar at my statement, let me explain myself in this post. Firstly being a ‘Calvinist’ means that you are labeling yourself […]

Serving Christ on a Beach Mission

As Christians, we may often talk of ‘believing and doing’. But when was the last time we shared the gospel with a person or a group of people? We are called to take the gospel into all the world and make disciples of all men. This is part of our faith; we should be active […]

That homeschooling lark

Proverbs 22:6: “Train up a child in the way he should go, and when he is old he will not depart from it.” Arguably the most important stage of a person’s life is their childhood, their upbringing. Take one look at the packed prisons up and down the country: nine times out of ten, for […]