Monthly Archives: March 2010

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Book Giveaway: Generosity

After having recently visited this school in Pakistan and writing about it, I was contacted by Michael Wakely of Starfish Asia who support the school financially. Michael is the author of this excellent little book on generosity (my review here) and he generously has given

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I link therefore I am (04/03/2010)

PJ Smyth smashes pre-marital sex in this 2 minute video. (HT: Leaders Poole) The line up of speakers at this event is top quality and a great subject This is an interesting report on the state of foster care. I think it is reasonable to

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I link therefore I am (03/03/2010)

I’m one of a select few on the planet not to have seen Avatar, not been interested. However Mark Driscoll thinks it’s satanic and that’s piqued my interest. Andy shows up gossip magazines, celebrity and our notion of love in 52 words. Excellent.

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Book Review: Virtual Integrity

I’ve been thinking for some time about how I use the computer and the internet, it’s probably one of the biggest daily challenges I face. Not simply in avoiding temptation but in not using it as a cover for idleness or avoiding the important work

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Letwin responds to Badger

I regularly use the Facebook application Superbadger from Tearfund to send emails to politicians on issues of justice for the poor. I find it an easy way to stay involved. Recently I sent this email to Oliver Letwin of the Conservative Party. “In recent years,

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I link therefore I am (01/03/2010)

Inequality in incomes can demonstrate how wealthy a country is and also how unjust it is. Here’s the income gap for the US Here’s some good thoughts on the gospel and the poor In a way this post connects the previous two as Kevin DeYoung