I lead a church that was started out just over 5 years ago. I’m in favour of starting new churches. Not everyone else is and the arguments are similar and familiar. Ian thinks it is more empire building than mission in some places but not
Krish Kandiah lists his top 10 books to engage with the bible Colin Green over at Christian Bookshops Blog reviews Insight into Bereavement by Wendy Bray and Diana Priest Tim Challies has digested Michael Horton’s Christless Christianity All these as usual some of these books
Off on a week’s break to Boscastle, Cornwall today. But I’ve posted ahead so hopefully there’ll be a few things of interest between now and then. Looking forward to a blogging fast. Stay well.
Abortion is big issue. It’s an important issue. But I’ve never lived in a country where it wasn’t readily available and I’ve not lived in a country where Christians are almost a majority, so the temperature of the debate in the US has always surprised
I recently joined in (just) on Blog Action Day which had poverty as it’s theme. As you can see there was a pretty big spike on the blogosphere about this and that’s a good thing. Head here for more info on it and think about
This is the conclusion of the World Evangelical Alliance Theological Commission, which is good and slightly surprising that it’s still an issue. Here for a fuller statement
It’s been a while since I last picked up this series that was provoked by this post but self-discipline requires me to plough on and finish what I started. The heart is a funny thing and by that I don’t mean the blood pumper that
Unpacking Forgiveness by Chris Brauns reviewed by Tim ChalliesIt by Craig Groeschel reviewed by yours trulyHow to be free by Tom Hodgkinson was read and reviewed by Jeremy5 Things every Christian needs to grow by RC Sproul reviewed by Tim Challies All these as usual