Monthly Archives: January 2014

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Learning to live with faith

We meet as a church in the middle of the week to worship and prayer. It’s our custom, our habit, our rhythm. The challenge is not to see it as simply a meeting but as part of what sustains us. Eating is an activity, it

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Book Review: No Perfect People Allowed

What kind of church is your church? Who is welcome at your church? I mean really welcome. Would the gay activist, the muslim, the local thief or drunk? What behaviours do they have to conform to before they’re welcome? John Burke sets out to help

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The church as God’s family

“The Scriptures command us as God’s family to encourage and build up one another, instruct one another, teach and admonish one another, prompt one another toward love and good deeds, serving one another in love. We teach people how to relate to each other in

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Book Review: Born to Run

I love running, it’s been a consistent pleasure and inspiration which is a good way to describe Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen by Christopher McDougall. McDougall was a journalist for Men’s Health but found himself

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Tools to protect your time & your integrity

There are a few more tools that I need when I consider my use of computers and especially when I go online. Integrity tools I’d love to be able to confidently write that I can be trusted to surf the world-wide web without ever looking

My favoured social media, apps & tools

I engage with lots of apps, tools and networks every day, as I’m sure do you, but I’m learning. Here is what I’ve learned and what I still need help with. Networks Twitter: this is my favoured network and also my favoured time-wasting tool. I have

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Navigating social media

It’s not quite infographic Tuesday yet here on the blog, but as I’m posting about social media this week I thought I’d share this: – See more at: