Monthly Archives: April 2009

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Ukraine

Today I’m on way to Ukraine to visit some churches we’re in partnership with and see the work that they’re doing. I’ve made the strategic decision to leave the laptop behind. Hopefully this means more reading and a good technology break for me. I’d appreciate

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What you've been reading (30/04/09)

Jeremy has read Shaun Chamberlain’s The Transition Timeline Mark Heath has read The Message of the Resurrection by Paul Beasley-Murray Tim Chester has reviewed Rob Bell’s Jesus wants to save Christians (my review here) Matt Hosier has reviewed Eugene Peterson’s Travelling Light Tim Challies has

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Is having 'too much' wrong?

I’ve just listened to a talk from The Gospel Coalition. It’s titled the The Gospel & Money by Tom Nelson and Matt Perman. It’s OK. ‘C’ grade at best. They both talk really fast and say a lot without saying much. I was a bit

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Passing the Plate

Will Willimon reflects on giving after having read Passing the Plate. Here are some great quotes, “Evangelical Christians tend to be the most generous (giving the lie to the misconception that liberal Christians are more liberal in their concern for the less fortunate), but even

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Posts of the Week (24/04/09)

The top 4 are all from Glen Scrivener which is a high hit rate. The first is purely because he quoted Bonhoeffer and Life Together Knowledge Puffs Up made me think As did this on models of masculinity And this on real men McFlurry on

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What you've been reading (23/04/09)

Jeremy has read James Howard Kunstler’s The Long Emergency Luke has reviewed the ESV Study Bible in 4 parts 1, 2, 3 & 4 Tim Challies has read T David Gordon’s Why Johnny can’t Preach Which has also been read by Dave Bish compared with

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Breathe 12

Here’s the latest update from Breathe Breathe 12 Breathe 12 Phil Whittall The latest update from the Breathe Network Publish at Scribd or explore others: Magazines & Newspape simplicity consumerism