Confessions of a Rich Pastor

Forbes recently came up with a list of the top ten richest pastors in the world. It includes such TV evangelists as Bishop TD Jakes (estimated worth £93 million), Bishop David Oyedepo (£93 million), Benny Hinn, Kenneth Copeland, Matthew Ahimolowo of KICC, Joseph Prince, and the wonderfully implausibly named Creflo Dollar It is deeply sad that five of the top 10 are from Nigeria, where … Continue reading Confessions of a Rich Pastor

The True Purpose of the Church – Some Reflections on Dr John Chalmers Sermon in Stornoway – August 2014

I have come to a rather worrying conclusion – which I will share with you at the end of this article. I want to reflect a little on two things in the past week which indicate the state of the Church in Scotland. I recently attended a conference in St Andrews at which there was a considerable variety of Christian leaders. We heard a superb … Continue reading The True Purpose of the Church – Some Reflections on Dr John Chalmers Sermon in Stornoway – August 2014

Jesus is Alive! Article in The Scotsman

It is wonderful that this article is published in The Scotsman today. It is my response to Elton John’s claims about Jesus. I am delighted that we are able to testify in the national media that Jesus is alive! Tolle, Lege and pass it on! http://www.scotsman.com/news/jesus-is-alive-with-joy-love-and-compassion-1-3494240 Continue reading Jesus is Alive! Article in The Scotsman

Tony Benn – Lessons for Christians, Politicians and Secular Humanists

Tony Benn – Lessons for Christians, Politicians and Secular Humanists Published in Christian Today http://www.christiantoday.com/article/tony.benn.lessons.for.christians.politicians.and.secular.humanists/36231.htm   (Photo: Isujosh) Tony Benn Today I am in mourning. Another key person in the country I grew up in has died. Tony Benn (aged 88) had the unusual distinction of being regarded as a national treasure even before he was dead! The facts about him are easily accessed and … Continue reading Tony Benn – Lessons for Christians, Politicians and Secular Humanists