This year I started to make a note of what I was watching in terms of film and TV. I did so for a number of reasons. One I forget, so this helps but also because it will help me see the breadth (or lack
How Early Christians Managed to Offend Just about Everybody A good post here from Michael Kruger and a key lesson for today’s church. Why Norwegians Aren’t Moving to the U.S. I’m not quite sure why President Trump thinks Sweden is going to hell but Norway
There are many mysteries in life and many great unanswered questions. One of them surprisingly is, ‘why do we need to sleep?‘ No one really knows. There are all sorts of theories but no conclusive answers, yet one thing is clear: need it we do.
I’m guessing many of you are back at work, so this will hold off real work for a little bit longer. How can I be more productive? This is an excellent question to ask because it will feel like work but won’t really be work. Anyway
Happy New Year. I hope the coming year will be fulfilling, satisfying, stretching and well…however you define good. As it’s the start of a new year we are as usual overflowing with resolute determination that this year will be different and that this year we
There Can Be Only One Priority I struggle with many ‘priorities’ which as Keith Webb points out: “The reality is, multiple priorities means no priority at all.” John Calvin: the religious reformer who influenced capitalism Love capitalism? Perhaps you believe, like Donald Trump and his
I continue to rummage through my ever growing collection of articles that have been saved for a rainy day, here is an eclectic mix for a Friday. You all know about Amazon because that’s where we shop, but that’s arguably not the most important thing they do.
OK as you can see I’m road-testing a new name for these type of articles. Feedback would be appreciated. [poll id=”3″] So to today’s links: Andrew Wilson on the clarity of scripture Leslie Newbigin’s tips for church planters Mark Meynell on a book he never