THE VIRTUAL ROAD TO JERICHO

When I was a small boy living in a rural County Down bungalow in the 1960s, the question posed by the gospel narrative, ‘Who is my neighbour?’ seemed easy to answer. The Ferguson family lived a field away, the Rooney family had a farmyard which was visible from our living room window and the Lowries and two other families lived in the nearby terrace of houses known as Calvert’s Row. Continue reading

THE SLIPPERY SLOPE TO NO MAN’S LAND?

Are evangelicals and evangelism on a slippery slope - even a slide into a cultural no-man's land? The answer, I suggest, is a definite maybe!

Maybe evangelicals have become so obsessed with issues of sexuality, gender and 'traditional' values that they are doing little else other than react to the agenda set by the prevailing secularised culture, and so have lost sight of their primary calling to make disciples of Jesus Christ. Continue reading