I’ve been a bit short on interesting things lately, so only two for today Two links on climate change, one for the pessimist and one for the optimist If the oceans do rise and land disappears. I wouldn’t mind living here
I like this project from adbusters that promotes local businesses. Your local Christian bookshop should be one This church leader has decided to leave facebook. Brave man. Andy reflects on why teenagers prefer twitter to blogging What TV characters teach you about money
CS Lewis discovered Freedom from the Tyranny of Novelty Mark Heath has a good honest post on family devotions As Matt Hosier says we live in a crazy world. In the video a Christian think tank attacks the Mayor of London for attending a black
Make Wealth History asks ‘are the climate sceptics winning?’ – the headline fact is quite staggering Tim Chester asks ‘what can we learn from Albanian church planters?‘ Jeremy links to what looks a good website for the anti-consumerist among us, Life Squared If you’ve never
Tim Chester highlights an article by Marcus Honeysett on 10 reasons why churches stall – pay attention to no3 Tim also links to this video on missional church
Some companies prey on the poor. Mint shows you how A new TV programme will have a Rev. live without money Is the evangelical church growth, market driven? I like what Francis Chan has to say on public passion vs private devotion My friend Mark
This will be my last set of links for a week or so, later today I’m flying out to Pakistan for a week to visit some friends of mine. I’ll hopefully share some reports and pictures when I’m back (sooner if I get web access).
If you haven’t given yet to Haiti, please consider doing so. Watch the appeal film here Dan Rodgers blasts the prosperity gospel with both barrels and then throws the gun at them Climate Change need not be all bad, something beautiful could emerge This article