I’ve not stopped writing! I’m just writing loads of things elsewhere so inevitably it’s been a challenge to keep up with things on the blog. They’ve been in the pipeline for a while so it’s good finally to have them out there. Here are the links:
- Ephesians 6 and the Road Less Travelled: A contribution to the Rabbit Room’s recent series on the chapters of Ephesians. An honour to be amongst such illustrious company for this!
- Should Pastors admit they have depression: a piece for Gospel Coalition. Unfortunately, it’s slightly truncated (for reasons of space presumably) so it comes across a little more bluntly than I intended. But the point still stands.
- Remembering Uncle John Stott: A friend for the world: written for the IVP blog to coincide with the publication of an innovative version of The Contemporary Christian in five mini-volumes, arranged by Tim Chester.
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Thanks really enjoyed the post on ‘Uncle John’. I look back on how fortunate I was to hear John Stott preaching regularly at the very start of my Christian life. I started out knowing next to nothing – but so much of my Christian life was shaped by his books and preaching in that early period as a student.
really glad to hear it!