Monthly Archives: January 2008

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Johnny the Bagger

During my talk last Sunday on following the call to love God and love people, I talked about how it takes us out to people, it makes us GO, it propels us forward and out of our comfort zones. At the end I read a

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Generous Going

In the final part of my January series on discipleship I talked about Generous Going, following on from Discipleship, Generous Living, and Generous Giving (follow the links for the audios – except for the giving talk, not sure what happened there but we lost the

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Get Saved

This is the third in my series of posts on the book ‘UnChristian: What a new generation really thinks about Christianity..and why it matters’ (see here and here for earlier posts). The second major complaint is that “Christians are insincere and concerned only with converting

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Book Review: FB Meyer

I’d never heard of FB Meyer before but a friend lent me this book and I’m glad he did.Bob Holman’s biography of this 19th and 20th century church leader is inspirational. If you live in London you should read it because it forms part of

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Hypocritical

A while ago I promised to blog through the book Unchristian by David Kinnaman (see here for that post) and I’m finally getting round to it. The first major challenge was that young people in the US perceived Christians as hypocritical and he backed it

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Consider your ways

From Justin Taylor’s blog I followed a link to this which, if you’re reviewing the health of your soul makes for provocative and helpful reading. Do ask yourself and answer the questions…