Here are a few things to entertain you during your lunch/coffee/work Our house is on the market and Mint has an infographic to match Jeremy explains the power of a nations credit rating and gives us another reason to hope for financial reform However whatever
So back home and getting ready for preaching twice at Christchurch Manchester on Sunday. Should be fun. Japan one week on. The photos are devastating. Christianity magazine has had a redesign and very impressive it is too. It’s lead article is on consumerism. Even better.
I’m in Copenhagen today, praying with other leaders for the advance of God’s kingdom across northern Europe. In the meantime, reviews (other than of Love Wins) have been thin on the ground but here are a few book related goodies for you: Bookselling: Prospero comments
I wonder how many blog posts I can wring out of this one? A few more I think. I’m continuing to round-up posts on this because there continues to be plenty of thought provoking writing on the subject on both sides and I think it’s
Welcome to another week, hope it’s a good one for you. Here are my work delayers or lunch fillers for today: Have you thought about how ethical is your supermarket? Rob has and it’s an unsettling question. In a combined effort PJ Smyth offers 10
OK, so this was my final round-up and then a whole load more interesting and helpful posts were published and so the blogger in me feels compelled to post. I’m hoping to get a review copy of Bell’s book soon, so I’ll try and get
Facebook has become something of a fixture in life but I was beginning to question it’s privileged position in my life (in a similar way to questioning the place of the TV – which led to its eventual banishment). Then as I was fiddling around
I’ve been away on a few days training, getting to know some new leaders. It’s been a privilege to sit with guys from Serbia, Holland, Germany, Canada, Sweden and the UK. Jeremy has an interesting take on the activity of international finance following the Japan