Here’s my last round up of book reviews and things for 2010. As always peruse, use and read! Reviews Charles Crosland has read Eric Metaxas’ biography of Bonhoeffer: Pastor, martyr, prophet, spy Tim Challies has reviewed The Death of the Grown Up by Diana West.
I’m not sure there’s anything remarkable in this bunch of links but there you go. I hope you all have enjoyed reading this blog during the past year, I’m very grateful and thankful that you have and I hope you’ll carry on in 2011. It’s
These are the books I’ve managed to read this year. It’s the most since I started blogging. Maybe next year I’ll manage 50! The Way Forward? Christian Voices on Homosexuality & the Church Silent Savior by AJ Gregory Status Anxiety by Alain de Botton You
I don’t know why I was selected to review this book, I’m not particularly qualified but I reviewed it for Christianity magazine, so here it is. ‘The importance of the media team in enhancing the church’s ministry cannot be overstated’. I beg to differ.
I spend quite a lot of time (too much in all likelihood) online as the internet has become ever more useful and interlocked into how we do things. Basic things that once required pen and paper are now done online. I’ve noticed that as someone
In terms of decision making 2010 was quite a year and in 2011 I get to follow through on some of those decisions. There are a number of challenges ahead: In January we launch Hope Church and as a church begin Just 10. We’ll also
It’s often fascinated me which posts have caught the attention both of the regular reader and occasionally wider afield. Those posts aren’t always the ones I spend most time on or the ones I care most about. So here are my ten most popular posts
Christmas has been tamed but at its heart it is scandalous, shocking and offensive. I’ll let Richard Dawkins explain why. Dawkins was (over) reacting to the Pope’s Thought for the Day on the BBC yesterday. “(this is)…the centrepiece of what Ratzinger actually did say in