Can we be secure in a world of insecurity?

As I mentioned in a previous post, I'm on compassionate leave looking after my wife and family as she recovers from major hip surgery. It was a great blessing, then, to be able to speak at an evangelistic jazz cafe for some of my friends at Bessacarr Evangelical Church last week (thanks to those who … Continue reading Can we be secure in a world of insecurity?

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Where do university students in my city live?

One of the things I've noticed in student ministry is that quite a lot of decisions are often based on hearsay, urban myths and second-hand information. But actually we can make better informed and wiser decisions if we make the most of information about our finger tips that is actually pretty accessible. Let me introduce … Continue reading Where do university students in my city live?

Four models of church-based student ministry, and how we might work better together

I'm on compassionate leave as my wife recuperates from an operation, but will still aim to post from time to time over the coming weeks. When I get back, one of the sessions I'll be leading is for church-based student workers in Newcastle. The aim of the session is to consolidate their (already strong) partnership … Continue reading Four models of church-based student ministry, and how we might work better together