*Warning- This is not a very well thought out post* Fortunately you can get away with that on blogs from time to time. I’ve just been wondering what is THE battle, THE issue to which I should commit my energy and efforts. Poverty? Climate Change?
This Saturday sees the first Breathe Conference take place at St Paul’s Hammersmith, London. The theme is ‘Following Jesus in a consumer culture’ and it should be good. Bishop Graham Cray is giving the keynote talk and the discussion groups should be lively. As always
I’ve always been good at mis-managing my time. I have a seemingly inexhaustible supply of reasons to do something else, and an infuriating ability to think I can get everywhere and do everything in ‘just 5 minutes’ meaning I’m often late or rushed. There’s probably
We’ve just returned from a week’s break in Tenerife (off-setting due to happen later today) and on the whole it was a good rest and an enjoyable experience visiting such a beautiful mountainous island. However the break also became memorable for negative reasons. The second
Basically we buy too many clothes, too cheaply and throw them away too easily and that is a problem. Keeps the makers in poverty, the environment in crisis and our society in slavery to the god of more. Read this.
A friend of mine recently chatted to me about the whole idea of being ‘off-line:on-life’ and it’s worked it’s way deep into my soul. I live way too much through my computer screen – the endless emails, the blogs I read and this one I
When The Game Is Over It All Goes Back In The Box is the latest book by John Ortberg and I have to say, I really enjoyed it. Here are my reasons why: It was on a subject close to my heart at the moment, being
During my talk last Sunday on following the call to love God and love people, I talked about how it takes us out to people, it makes us GO, it propels us forward and out of our comfort zones. At the end I read a