Raising the Bar

RTB Arusha: Mhubiri aliye Mtumishi

RTB Arusha: Mhubiri aliye Mtumishi

Thanking God for a great time at Munguishi Bible College, Arusha, Tanzania. One of the things we did was to look at what the world values in terms of leadership and compare that to what Paul tells Titus to look for. . Three observations: There is some overlap between the leadership the world desires and the […]

RTB Kisumu 2015

RTB Kisumu 2015

. Praising God for a good time with some wonderful brothers and sisters in Kisumu. Here are some tweet-esque highlights: “Shall I obey the word of the terrorist or the word of God?”- missionary receiving death threat posted under his door It’s not a question of Will you suffer? – of course you’ll suffer, that’s […]

Raising the Bar – Which bar?

Raising the Bar – Which bar?

A good friend told me recently he was trying to lower the bar when it came to preaching in his church. And I completely agreed with him. My friend’s concern was that in his church – a sound, conservative evangelical, faithful Bible preaching church – Word ministry had become professionalised – certainly in the perception of […]

5 reasons why we love small group Bible studies

5 reasons why we love small group Bible studies

The power of community – Most cultures value meeting together and discussing serious matters as a group. It seems that the early church met in homes throughout the week, eating, praying, praising, talking about Jesus together (Acts 2:42-47; 12:12; 20:8; 1 Corinthians 16:19). These house gatherings are a great context for letting ‘the word of God […]