I’m a fan of rail travel, and the idea of being able to get on a train to China from the UK sounds great. I’m betting China will have managed this feat by 2020 but Britain won’t have been able to get high speed trains
As we get nearer to the election, expect to see more political links here. Here’s a new initiative called Christians and Candidates 2010 which gained some attention in the Telegraph amongst other places, for its plan for special hustings Peter Ould comments on the Jon
How much money would you spend/waste if you were an early adopter of new technology? Jeremy uses TV to illustrate Skaters are a dedicated bunch, these boys made the only skate park in east africa (HT: Jeremy) What do you think about crime and punishment?
I quite like the symmetry of the date which is, I think, a bit sad. Anyway here are some links: You may not read the whole thing but you should read long enough to pray for Christians in Iran Talib Al Qaleb continues to tell
Tim Chester has a few posts related to the Total Church conference subject matter. This one is about meetings On a similar theme is this short video (which I may have posted before) about missional church If anyone in the church convinces me that we
Bit of a bumper edition for the weekend this one, but some treasure in here I think. Starting with comedian Frank Skinner’s take on being a Christian in the UK. Here’s what he says about Jesus, “Surely the central image of Christianity is someone who
PJ Smyth smashes pre-marital sex in this 2 minute video. (HT: Leaders Poole) The line up of speakers at this event is top quality and a great subject This is an interesting report on the state of foster care. I think it is reasonable to
I’m one of a select few on the planet not to have seen Avatar, not been interested. However Mark Driscoll thinks it’s satanic and that’s piqued my interest. Andy shows up gossip magazines, celebrity and our notion of love in 52 words. Excellent.