At the end of May I’m involved in our local and utterly brilliant Soul Purpose weekend. Here’s what I posted on that blog…. I don’t believe you get to heaven by doing good works, but I also don’t believe we can know how to live
It’s an interesting idea (although wrong) that things on earth are under an alien power for the earth is the Lord’s and everything in it, but right in that not everything has kingdom values and almost nothing is neutral…. “You who are God’s servants are
As a young(er) leader in church (does 33 still count as young?) one of the greatest helps to me has been spending time with older, wiser and more experienced – and in my eyes more Godly leaders. No question that time with these men and
I’ve been thinking for a while that I need to get a fresh handle on where we’re at with taking the environment more into account in our lives, with not being consumerist and trying to live more simply. I think the best way to sum
The title of this post was the title I was given at last weekend’s social action conference. I was the first half of the main afternoon seminar hosted by Mick Taylor of Kings Church Catford. The second half was by Andy Clasper of Micah Challenge.
I saw this today at a social action conference I attended. Thought I’s share it
I think this is about right
I’ve been a bit busy preparing talks and hit a run of meetings (will they ever end?) but I’ve enjoyed preparing for part of a seminar called ‘how to live a mercy filled life in a difficult world’ at the upcoming Newfrontiers social action conference.