All over the world this week, Christian leaders, pastors and teachers are asking themselves the same question: “What am I going to say at the Christmas service?” From archbishops to Sunday school teachers, as the days of December pass, the tone of the question moves from one of quiet contemplation to mild and then possibly utter panic.
I’ve always loved Acts 10, the story of the divinely ordained meeting between Peter and Cornelius that unlocks the door for the gospel to go to the Gentiles. For a few years it has been one of my ‘go to’ passages when I am asked to speak on the topic of mission.
Warning: this post contains an obvious conclusion, but read on anyway! I am a 40-something Christian man. I am married, and at the moment I live in Australia (although I usually live in Mexico). I enjoy the cricket, can cook a good steak, and will happily go to the
From a church plant to Mexico: Peter Sholl talks about how God prepared his family for a good work in Latin America.Some people have a plan for their lives. They have a goal, they know how they're going to achieve it, and they work towards it. Others are content with