The Restoring Power of Criticism

Last night at the grow bag, we at Kingsgate, were looking at what it means to be Faithful, Accountable, Servanthearted and Teachable (FAST). Today as I read from weakness to strength by Scott Sauls, he nailed the importance and priority of allowing criticism to be a tool in the hands of a loving God to […]

There are no ‘little’ places and ‘little’ people

Scott Sauls again touching one a major nerve in our generation.   “I see how right Francis Schaeffer was when he said that there are no little places and no little people. If Jesus would choose the small, obscure town of Bethlehem as his birthplace and the better-known (but only because of its bad reputation) […]

Jesus’ upside down view of leadership

The following quote from Scott Sauls, although it uses America as the comparison with Jesus’ leadership worldview could so easily be replaced by the UK or the Western World in general. Feel provoked: “In America, credentials qualify a person to lead. In Jesus, the chief qualification is character. In America, what matters most are the […]

What is the most context-specific act in the entire spectrum of human behavior?

Eugene Peterson destroying the overly simplified definitions of love and leads us to an life of immersion in acts of love. Just brilliant! “Love is the most context-specific act in the entire spectrum of human behavior. There is no other single human act more dependent on and immersed in immediate context. A dictionary is worthless […]