Liam Thatcher is a pastor, preacher, writer, sourdough baker and occasional stand up comedian. He was the teaching pastor at a church in London for twelve years, and has recently relocated to Oxford with his wife and daughter.
Society is turning to religious practices to help them deal with the pressures of modern life. Christians should see this as a great opportunity
Restrictions may be coming to an end but 66 per cent of British people still think masks should be worn indoors. And while some Christians are celebrating a return to congregational singing from Sunday 25 July, others are more cautious. As church leaders face tough decisions on what to allow in their services, Liam Thatcher explains why ‘personal choice’ is a double-edged sword