A great many senior figures in the Church no longer value the work of full-time theological colleges.
I see little evidence on social media that Christians, let alone clergy, provide any greater wisdom and insight to the great causes.
Lent is a voice crying in the wilderness, a finger stabbing in the direction of Golgotha.
A few Lent book suggestions from authors at Covenant.
The Incarnation is not a principle. It is not just a reminder that God works and speaks through people. It is not primarily a model for ministry.
At Covenant, we get a lot of questions about what we’re reading. Here's a long list for your late summer reading.
On a cold Saturday morning in early March, I picked up the "Clerk of Oxford," and we drove out to South Leigh.
There is a very old legend that anyone who spends the night on Cadair Idris will either be struck mad or wake up a poet.