We’re creating new structures, causing a lot of pain by making people redundant and are conveying a renewed sense of purpose. But before we get too comfortable let’s recognise financial uncertainty will be a dominant characteristic for years to come. 1. Historically income has risen at, or slightly below the rate of inflation. Costs, particularly... Continue Reading →
2012 A good year for Baptists?
I’m gradually getting into the swing of things after a post Christmas break but before I get completely overwhelmed by my ‘to do’ list a couple of thoughts about why the year ahead may prove to be a good year for BUGB. Mind the gaps: Looking afresh at what we do creates some pain and... Continue Reading →
Keeping up with BUGB debate (updated)
For those of you trying to keep up with the Baptist blogs and the various contributions Andy Goodliff has produced a summary here As far as I know there have only been three new contributions in the last couple of days. The first from Steve Holmes (here), the second from Simon Jones (here) and the... Continue Reading →