Our Nepalese Journey: 2015-2020

Our Nepalese Journey: 2015-2020

Sandhurst Baptist Church is a small Church with a big heart for the Community of Sandhurst. We are outward looking and Missional and look to link with the outside community whenever possible. In early 2015, a couple of us were praying in Chapel when a lady from the...
Preaching On ‘Church Values’

Preaching On ‘Church Values’

Last year I preached a series on ‘values’, those words used by contemporary churches to describe the kind of church they aspire to be. It was not a list of values we had generated ourselves – we don’t have an agreed set of values – but instead we unashamedly...
Truth

Truth

I am writing this just a few days before Polling in the 2019 election campaign. While many issues have been discussed, from the NHS, to Brexit and the Environment, there is one overarching issue that has been at the heart of the campaign; Truth. And more importantly...
‘I Couldn’t Do What You Do’

‘I Couldn’t Do What You Do’

I was at a city-wide ministers event recently, I have been really struggling with my calling to the inner city, it is hard, everything takes time, you feel like you are making no progress, nothing changes quickly. Our church is based in the third most deprived area of...
Jesus On The Margins

Jesus On The Margins

For the last year or so I have been the oldest member of a group in Plymouth that works across churches to inspire people to get involved in Social Justice. Most of the group are millennials who are passionate about God and Social Justice – but that does not...
More than just a Sunday Thing

More than just a Sunday Thing

When Europe take on America on the Albatros golf course at Le Golf National in Saint-Quentin-en-Yvelines, southwest of Paris, at the end of this month (28-30 September), one thing will go largely unnoticed. Thousands of words will be spoken and written about the Ryder...