are a bit confusing. See this excellent post over at Jeremy’s Make Wealth History
One leftover from my days as a magazine editor is that I still get sent (not that I ever asked for it) The Church of England Newspaper. So I regularly read of the arguments that dominate the lives of my Anglican brothers and sisters. The
Came across this today…but here I am in complete agreement with John Piper
I read this book by Kirk Byron Jones on holiday in February and it’s been sitting on my desk waiting for a review since then. I try and read a book on preaching on a regular basis as it helps me keep my thoughts on
In my ongoing efforts to keep on top of all my reading material, papers, books and emails I’ve been having yet another sort through. It’s a full time job just keeping on top of it, I think I definitely suffer from information overload. Anyway, I
Just been browsing around a few sites and discovered that Operation Noah have put the God is Green documentary by Mark Dowd on their site, first shown on Channel 4. It’s well worth watching. I first blogged on this when it was shown on TV.
It’s always encouraging when top leaders of Christian churches preach on themes dear to your heart. It makes you think perhaps you’re onto something after all. So here is this from Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams on greedy nations.
Today has been a great day in the life of North Shrewsbury Community Church. Most importantly because we celebrated the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Not only that but one of our members (Amy A) was baptised into Christ. What a great day for that to