Monthly Archives: March 2010

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I link therefore I am (31.03.2010)

A bit late today but some good links I think Last weekend I was at a younger leaders conference with my better half. It was a privilege to ask a muddled question to Dave Stroud and get a sharp answer in return. Anyway here’s the

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I link therefore I am (30.03.2010)

I’m a fan of all things motorbike related so I like this, this and this Matt Hosier has some good things to say about self-control Time for some Easter related links. This video isn’t new but it is great, because it’s about My King. This

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I link therefore I am (26.03.2010) *updated*

In the last 12 years travel costs for the poor have gone up and come down for the rich. As Jeremy says, that’s backwards Brian Croft has good advice to the young man or woman aspiring to pastoral ministry in their church Marcus has some

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I link therefore I am (25.03.2010)

After a blogging break Marcus is back and this post is a cracker on perpetual infancy I’m encouraged to read that black pastors are seeking to deal with the error that is prosperity gospel that is common in many black churches Skye Jethani explains why

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Consumerism: It's not about the poor

*This is the third in my series looking at why consumerism is an issue for Christians – intro, part 1* The words ‘remember the poor’ ring loud in the Bible (Gal 2:10) and in recent years have had plenty of resonance in the movement of

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I link therefore I am (23.03.2010)

Consumerism is at its best or worst (take your pick) in the creation of demand for products we don’t really need. Take for example these videos on bottled water. One from Annie Leonard and one from Open University. Although as my friend Andy says, it