I knew a good electric motorbike had to happen sooner or later. Thank the Lord for Mission Motors. All I need now is $68,995.
Blogging has been at a minimum of late – I’ll explain at some point or other. But other areas of the blogosphere are still steaming on. Here are some good/interesting/funny things I’ve read this past week. An interesting post from No Impact Man on how
As always some good reviews out there, if you can’t read the books then read the reviews and keep up to speed with all the great (and sometimes not great) material available. Tim Challies has reviewed Outrageous Mercy by William Farley Greg Boyd has reviewed
My good friend Simon Guillbaud continues to do some incredible work in Burundi through his organisation GLO. Have a look at the progress on this project from one short film to the next!
I read this today: “I want to understand Christ the way Christians do – not to become one of them, but in order to enrich my own religious life. I want to learn from them how to have a personal relationship with a personal, humanized,
I think I’ve missed a few reviews this week – apologies if I’ve missed yours Challies has read two by John Piper This Momentary Marriage and Velvet Steel Jeremy has reviewed Localization: A Global Manifesto by Colin Hines Matt Hosier has read Minority Report a
Peter Doodes on Can Money Make you Content? Skye Jethani on The Greening of Christianity
The Divine Commodity: Discovering a Faith Beyond Consumer Christianity by Skye Jethani (Zondervan 2009 192 pages) Before you even read the book you have to say it’s pretty encouraging that it even exists. Not long ago a book on consumerism from a mainstream American publisher