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I link therefore I am (11.10.10)

The Guardian asks ‘What are the connections to be made between the ‘big society’ and the church?’. The excellent Streetbank.com gets a mention Why women who ‘like it’ on Facebook should rethink And why not all forms of social networking amounts to much activity, by

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I link therefore I am (08.10.10)

What will future generations condemn us for? That’s the question Kwame Appiah asks in the Washington Times. Sean Green gives an honest example of a situation that breaks the heart Tim Challies has a good post on frugality Your regular quality infographic from Mint. This

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I link therefore I am (06.10.10)

From the Breathe network comes this post on why some people dream of eating at McDonalds I haven’t started stalking Francis Chan yet but if he moves anywhere near me I might. Anyway here’s a great talk by him on humility, pride and the mind

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I link therefore I am (05.10.10)

I liked Terry Virgo’s suggestion for launching a new small group (video about 5 minutes long) Mark Meynell does a round up of interweb treasure. Loads of goodies in this one particularly the ship in a storm video, the faith and prosperity graph and an

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I link therefore I am (01.10.10)

Are you smarter than the average American when it comes to religion? You can take a test to find out. I was gratified to learn that I am smarter than 99% of Americans on religious knowledge. Spiritual growth is so crucial and this from John

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I link therefore I am (29.09.10)

Jeremy gives us 10 facts about food waste that are worth knowing Which he follows up with his critique of our current government’s green credentials so far (not too impressive) I’ve only been a parent two and a bit years but I appreciated this reflection

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I link therefore I am (28.09.10)

Where is the oil? It’s a good question and this cool infographic from mint gives some of the answer. Here’s a headline, the US produces 5 million barrels of oil a day. The third highest figure (after Saudia Arabia and Russia) but uses nearly 20

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I link therefore I am (27.09.10)

Tim Chester answers the question can I change? Tim Challies has a good post on sex isn’t selling and another good one on Christian music piracy Albert Mohler on why Christians shouldn’t practise yoga (not a question I’ve heard in the UK for 20 years)