It’s not a word I know – but what would you call someone addicted to buying books? Perhaps that what I am. I went to the small town of Wem today for a course and during the lunch break went to find the secondhand bookshop
The first part generated some interest and this comment really made me think…. “Having been brought up in a nice protestant middle class home, I was conditioned into a culture of high educational achievements, good job leading to a house, wife, 2.3 kids, nice car
I just read this news piece from the BBC that explains much of the reason for China building 2 new power plants a week is to satisfy the demands of western consumers. Everybody’s aim is to try and have their cake and eat it. To
Make Wealth History is a really interesting blog that I came across while ‘researching’ (my wife calls it wasting time). Anyway it’s well done, thought provoking and challenging. It’s also well used and getting comments and growing so do engage with it.
I’ve decided to make a slight adjustment in regards to the content of this blog. I have a clear focus on Christian responses to consumerism and the rediscovery of a richer way of life and I think I’ll keep it that way, for the most
A friend recently introduced me to the sermons and work of Tim Keller from New York. It’s certainly thought provoking stuff, I struggled with the first talk not really getting into it but the second really had some gems in it on Treasure v Money.
Christians like us love testimonies right, we love stories of how people come to Christ and the stories we love the best are those who were really bad, who were really far away, were really sick and now they’re really saved. We love it, I
For many evangelical Christians, a debate has been taking place over our understanding of what and perhaps more specifically how Christ achieved for us forgiveness from sin and a restored relationship with God. I’ve been posting on Adrian Warnock’s blog so although that debate isn’t