So back in the UK. It’s a funny thing, I’m starting to feel between two places. Odd. How to use the internet to influence…some good tips if you can strip out some of the ego The Barclays bank tax admission is going to lead to
I want to lift a few things that have been included in the links and draw them to your attention. Mark Meynell recently reviewed Carl Trueman’s Republocrat and this section on capitalism is worth considering, both Trueman’s quotes and Mark’s comments. “Another key theme to
A day with the family. This post was not written today! Two facebook links courtesy of McMurray. Info on Facebook photos and several good reasons to stop using it altogether When you’re church planting sometimes it’s all you see. Here’s a good resource for church
Today I fly home. It’s been a great trip but ‘Home’ has a very nice ring to it. Can’t wait. MArk Meynell has been in Sweden, just missed connecting. But here is his photographic evidence Would Jesus hate Barclays bank? Jon thinks the answer is
My goodness it’s cold here in Sweden, when the wind gets you it’s bitter and this is the south! Anyway back to Malmo today before home tomorrow. So a few more links for the weekend Whatever you think of male headship, this is godly advice
So the trip in Sweden is going well but my brain is full. Last night I played Bandy, indoor 3 a side hockey. That helped. Matt Hosier is good always. This time on the church and the elderly 6 ways to listen to a sermon.
Books Terry Virgo has a new book coming out The Spirit Filled Church Reading The Gospel Coalition have a series of interviews with leaders on their reading habits. Worth a look. So far Bradley Green, Fred Sanders and Carl Trueman Bookstalls Gary McMurray explains why
So today I’m leaving Malmo. Taking the train and heading east by about 3.5 hours to Kalmar. Has the church always read Genesis 1 literally? Apparently not. How to decode ISBNs Mark Meynell consistently comes up with something interesting. How about this for prophetic a