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I link therefore I am (11.06.2010)

The World Cup is upon us and here are the stadiums in all their pristine glory Matt Hosier continues to look at churches and all things multi. This time some history from Newfrontiers Mint has the second in its series on the European financial crisis

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I link therefore I am (08.06.2010)

I had a text and read a blog recommending this resource, so thought I’d pass it on – Seeds Family Worship Matt Hosier has rediscovered his blogging mojo and is looking at the whole going multi thing in churches If the European financial crisis has

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I link therefore I am (07.06.2010)

Desiring God have a new website in beta, if you’re interested Here’s an article that wonders why is Britain so selfish? If you look closely you’ll see consumerism lurking in the shadows Mint enlightens on the top 10 conversation etiquette mistakes. I’m guilty on a

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I link therefore I am (02.06.2010)

The desire for a more affluent life means parents spend on average just 49 minutes a day together with their children, according to this report worryingly 25% of 8-15 year old kids now say money is more important to them than their health Which may

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I link therefore I am (26.05.2010)

Bit more random today, but some good things here (well I think so) I never knew watching pop idol was a sin but apparently it is. So is going to a community church. If you don’t believe me just listen to this guy. This puts

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I link therefore I am (25.05.2010)

Today’s set of links have a definite theme to them, as I caught up on some reading – there were plenty of posts connected to how Christians think, live and act in connection to wealth, poverty and mission. Here they are: Here’s an interesting debate

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I link therefore I am (21.05.2010)

According to science, apparently, we shouldn’t exist The UK will soon see it’s first advert for abortion services, if this idea gets you upset (and it should) then you could write a letter like this Andy asks whether you would ever rejoice over taxation? Another

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I link therefore I am (19.05.2010)

I was recently at Newfrontiers prayer & fasting which we do three times a year, in this interview Matt Chandler shares his thoughts on his experience Dave Bish reminds us that Jesus is better While Andy reminds us that the Bible is great Pete Sanlon