After a crisis the mature learn and change behaviour. What have our banks learned? Not much according to Jeremy A third of people in the UK think religious freedoms are being restricted Kevin DeYoung has 13 tips on leading prayers, most of which I’d never
A few days ago my friend Matt Hosier wrote this post in which he (rightly) pointed out that our society has some strange ideas about what to tolerate or not tolerate. His examples were our strange acceptance of promiscuity and our hostile rejection of obesity.
Tim Chester has reviewed ReJesus by Frost & Hirsch Mark Heath continues his review of minor prophets commentaries with this one on Amos by Andrew Hill and this one on Obadiah by Richard Patterson Mark Meynell reviews Jesse Rice’s The Church of Facebook Tim Challies
I’m reading significantly more this year (probably as a result of no longer having a TV) and so in an idle moment I wondered how many books I own that I haven’t read yet. The results were somewhat discouraging (and this just from my office
Tim Keller shows how Proverbs 3 offers a mini-guide to life. Superb stuff Jeremy thinks of ten ways to spend $379 billion Andy thinks we need to go deeper than making greed history to deal with poverty For practical measures you could support this school’s
*This is the second (the first is more of an intro here) post into ‘why I think consumerism should be a big deal for Christians* It’s quite a headline really, when you stop to think about it. Pretty much everything these days seems to be
Matt Hosier has another rant, this time about the way culture gets all righteous about the wrong things Jeremy notes some of the ironies of green consumerism Kevin Gill wonders how important is your mobile? Stewardship have made their seasons of giving resource for small
My friend Simon Guillebaud does challenge better than anyone else I know. Watch this video to see what I mean. You can watch more of these videos here HT: Peter Ould