Talk: Living Biblically integrated lives

Everything in society driving us towards compartmentalisation, otherwise known as spiritual schizophrenia, where we flick our a Christian mode on and off

Christians have been called to be disciples in a complicated and increasingly hostile world. It is far too easy to follow Jesus on Sundays and then ignore him the other six days of the week. How can we ensure we are living every day in a way which integrates both the secular and the Christian aspects of our lives?

Listen to a sermon I preached on this topic at All Souls Church, in central London, in January 2011:

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