Monthly Archives: February 2018

The Round Tower

One of Copenhagen’s best-known buildings is the Round Tower. It’s a remarkable building for a few reasons: it’s Europe’s oldest functioning astronomy observatory and it has a unique spiral ramp. The views over the rooftops of Copenhagen make the climb worth the effort. It was

The Curiosity Index (05.02.2018)

Don’t Be A Shrub Some good biblical meditation from my friend Adam Belle here on Jeremiah 17. Read it and resolve in your heart not to be a shrub. Irish border after Brexit: an expert on Norway-Sweden explains how to keep things smooth It doesn’t have to be complicated,

6 tips to engage your community online

At Grace Church, even though we’re just a small church, we work hard at building community online and offline. We encourage engagement primarily using Facebook group and WhatsApp. Here’s our six tips – which we refine and try to practise.

Book Review: When breath becomes air

Death, it awaits us all but few of us think about that very much. Even less of us live as if that fact is important. We live as if life will just carry on until one day it doesn’t and we, despite all the overwhelming

The Curiosity Index (02.02.2018)

Praying for London: Five Highlights Really encouraging report of both united prayer and kingdom advance in London. 11 New People Join Social Media Every Second How about this stat: “There are now only 25 countries around the world where a Facebook-owned app isn’t the top

What I watched in January 2018

This year I started to make a note of what I was watching in terms of film and TV. I did so for a number of reasons. One I forget, so this helps but also because it will help me see the breadth (or lack

The Curiosity Index (01.02.2018)

Welcome to February! My Larry Nassar Testimony Went Viral. But There’s More to the Gospel Than Forgiveness. If you’re involved in any way in church leadership, this may be the most important read of your year. Make sure you have good practices in place to