I really like Grove Books. Their booklets are almost always well-written and provide readily available and accessible ways into a subject. You get an overview, a bibliography and a well-written introduction into whatever subject you care to imagine. Frankly I think they are an invaluable
“…in a society which worships material prosperity, Jesus commands us to worship God and to invest in heaven’s treasures. This means having a mindset at odds with the materialistic consumerism of our age. It means believing that ‘a person’s life does not consist in the
A good post by Tim Challies on discipline Do you know what Ash Wednesday was all about? Skye Jethani will enlighten you This reminds me of why fighting for justice on the political level is important.
Today and tomorrow I’m at the Total Church conference in Sheffield, with Tim Chester and Steve Timmis. Reports to follow later on
Gary McMurray reviews The Last Gospel by David Gibbins and God’s Big Picture by Vaughan Roberts Mark Heath reviews John Stott’s final book The Radical Disciple and this commentary on Zechariah and on Malachi Here are some writing tips And a look around another pastor’s
Why is it that if John Stott, Ron Sider, Tim Keller, Randy Alcorn, Tim Chester, Jim Wallis, Craig Blomberg, Tom Sine, Rob Bell, Shane Claiborne, Skye Jethani, Graham Cray, Richard Foster, Dave Bookless, Ruth Valerio, Dave Toycen, Michael Wakely, Matthew Sleeth, Brian Rosner, John Ortberg,
A storm is brewing and it could become a blogosphere Hurricane. The storm is called Brian. Brian McLaren is a polarizing figure, loved by the left and rejected by the right. First the debate was whether he was evangelical, now it’s whether he’s even Christian.