Great post from my mate Tim Simmonds on his thoughts about community (or lack thereof) in the church after reading this blog.
This is a bit of a cheat as Day 3 happened a few days ago but ‘better late than never’ according to my mum. Actually being late wasn’t a great idea on that front so I’m not sure she’s saying what she really thinks. Anyway, Day 3
I am exhausted after another amazing day! We began with worship led by Gareth LeLong-McKean, where again we really sensed God’s presence with us. Plus teaching from myself and Terry Hotchkiss on how God could use even a single conversation to change someone’s destiny. Stirring
Well we’re up and running! Let’s Go North Shrewsbury began today. We were so encouraged by the turn out with 54 volunteers from 5 churches coming on the first day. In fact we had so many people that we did an expected 2 afternoon’s work
I’ve been getting ready for our church’s biggest ever outreach which starts tomorrow so I’ve been a bit busy and I guess will be a bit busy until next week. I’ll post some stuff if I get the chance about how things go, but we’re
But I don’t mean thankfulness… head over to Make Wealth History and follow some of the threads form this post on a nation in debt. For a different angle on the debt debate, read this article from the Beeb
Generosity: big-heartedness as a way of life by Michael Wakely is a great book (Click on the title to buy it). What is generosity? How do we cultivate it? How do we know when to stop? Generosity should be at the heart of the way
Is it possible to have too much choice? Can having so much choice actually make us unhappier? Well this guy (Barry Schwartz) thinks the answer is yes. The clip is about 20 minutes long, but he’s a good speaker and it’s pretty thought provoking.