Journalist John Naish is an ardent environmentalist and anti-consumer campaigner. He’s the brain behind the Landfill Prize for example and Naish wants to start a movement of ‘enoughness’. In essence Naish says, rightly, that we’ve lost all sense of what is enough in our lives.
I’ve had this book on the shelves for quite some time now and it never quite made it to the top of the pile. As I was recently travelling to Pakistan, an Islamic Republic, and this book deals both with terrorism and Islam I thought
I recently came across a couple of old journals. It’s a habit/discipline I no longer have (partly because I blog) and life has moved on. As I read it a couple of things strike me, first I’ve matured, thank God. I’m wiser, more sure-footed in
CS Lewis discovered Freedom from the Tyranny of Novelty Mark Heath has a good honest post on family devotions As Matt Hosier says we live in a crazy world. In the video a Christian think tank attacks the Mayor of London for attending a black
For sometime now I’ve been meaning to read a book by Francis Chan and I really enjoyed this one. Chan is the pastor of Cornerstone Church in California and every time I’ve come across him, he’s been saying something that really resonates with me. ‘Crazy
Make Wealth History asks ‘are the climate sceptics winning?’ – the headline fact is quite staggering Tim Chester asks ‘what can we learn from Albanian church planters?‘ Jeremy links to what looks a good website for the anti-consumerist among us, Life Squared If you’ve never
Tim Chester highlights an article by Marcus Honeysett on 10 reasons why churches stall – pay attention to no3 Tim also links to this video on missional church