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I link therefore I am (14.07.2010)

Sometimes it’s just too easy to complain about things we don’t need to complain about. Read this and have your heart softened Brian Croft helpfully answers the question, ‘what are the most harmful consequences when a “married man” struggles with pornography?’ Last week I was at

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I link therefore I am (13.07.2010)

Tim Chester posts some more great quotes from Bonhoeffer on community. This time about listening Marcus asks ‘how is your worship life? Do you currently have the space, capacity and leisure to enjoy God?’ It’s a convicting question Over at Breathe, Mark asks ‘how well

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I link therefore I am (12.07.2010)

If you’ve ever wondered how conservative Christians (especially in the US) approach the issue of global warming, this post should provide the answers. Some questions and a 45 minute video explaining the view. If anyone has the time to watch it and post a response,

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I link therefore I am (09.07.2010)

No children allowed, well not very often anyway. Would you want to live there? It’s quite a different view of life to the one we have as a church Technology changes church, so watching it live from elsewhere is good but its not fellowship Christians

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I link therefore I am (07.07.2010)

The Guardian has a great article called The truth about the porn industry (HT: Tim Chester) Staying with Tim Chester, he’s been regularly quoting from Bonhoeffer’s classic on community Life Together. This one hit home: “Those who take refuge in community while fleeing from themselves

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I link therefore I am (06.07.2010)

Marcus Honeysett has a post on apostasy and the unforgivable sin in Hebrews 10 Marcus also has a great post on training preachers (I’m a fan) Last week I watched the new BBC Comedy Rev, Liam Thatcher sums it up for me quite well Countries

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I link therefore I am (02.07.2010)

The first three links here are all cribbed from Mark Meynell and his link treasure I don’t think the parish I live in is old enough to have an archery law for the vicar to use If this infographic is right Spotify isn’t good for

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I link therefore I am (01.07.2010)

Justin Taylor links to a discussion about how much should Christians care about the environment Jeremy wonders what if we scrapped aid and just gave the poor the money instead PJ & Ashleigh Smyth offer 6 tips on raising obedient children I know this blog