I hate to admit this but the more I’ve blogged the more I’ve messed around with the settings and appearance of everything my blog, to my desktop, to all the applications I use. There is only one conclusion. I am a geek. This is doubly
Here’s one for everyone, I appreciate not everyone shares my faith so perhaps interest in world mission is not on your agenda. What should be though is buying fair trade products or at least products that work on similar lines such as rainforest alliance partners.
If you don’t, perhaps you should. Friends of mine are partners with Interserve and their latest magazine is available with some encouraging reports of church growth from around the world, including surprising places like Iran. Here for more
For my first book review of 2009 (although to be fair, I finished reading it in 2008) is Brian Rosner’s How to get really rich: A sharp look at the religion of greed published by IVP. It’s currently out of print, but if I was
Luke’s looks at Mark Driscoll’s e-book Porn-again Christian Jeremy has read The Costs of Economic Growth by E.J Mishan Tim has read the interestingly titled Incomprehensible Demoralisation by Jared Combs Trevin Wax (such a great name) reviews GK Beale’s ‘We Become what we worship’ Luke
Mark Heath has been reflecting on John 13:29. He writes: “Both ways of spending money, whether on feasting or philanthropy, reveal Jesus’ desire to use the little money he did have to bless others. He feasted with not just his friends, but all sorts of