For this episode of Ponderings, Daniel speaks with Minister Nick Graves, pastor of the Old Lodge Lane Baptist Church in Purley, about his frustration with aspects of the Church and how he reached out to his community in a new way.
For this episode of Ponderings, Daniel speaks with Minister Madge Obaseki, a Church consultant and host of the Healthy Church Growth Show Podcast, about how COVID has affected churches, their services, and their connection with their congregation, and what we can learn from it. As a consultant, Madge works with churches of all sizes to […]
For this episode of Ponderings, Daniel speaks with Claire Bankole of Shift Youth + Community about COVID, fellowship, creative expressions of faith, her approach to ministry and reaching into communities. Claire is a former medical doctor who left the profession to answer the call and began working in Christian youth and community ministry. She is […]
Have you ever had a song that you can’t get out of your head, a brainworm that will not go away? All Together Now by The Farm has been that song for me. It was a Christmas hit about solidarity in the First World War—the 1914 Christmas truce that resulted in a football match between […]
This week Daniel spoke with Marcus Jones, News and Digital editor at Premier, about polarisation and the role of the media, the importance of simple-hearted faith, and the challenges associated with returning well to in-person worship.
For this episode of Ponderings, Daniel spoke with David Dickinson of Central Belfast church about how a year of lockdown has affected church, lessons David has learnt, and ways in which he has been challenged to go deeper in his own faith.
For this episode of Ponderings, Daniel spoke with Zachary Hutchinson, a final year student at St Andrews University, about the true meaning of ‘apocalyptic’ and the good and bad the of our current ‘apocalyptic times’. Topics covered include racial injustice, adjusting how we ‘do church’, and operating out of faith versus fear.