Some companies prey on the poor. Mint shows you how A new TV programme will have a Rev. live without money Is the evangelical church growth, market driven? I like what Francis Chan has to say on public passion vs private devotion My friend Mark
This will be my last set of links for a week or so, later today I’m flying out to Pakistan for a week to visit some friends of mine. I’ll hopefully share some reports and pictures when I’m back (sooner if I get web access).
If you haven’t given yet to Haiti, please consider doing so. Watch the appeal film here Dan Rodgers blasts the prosperity gospel with both barrels and then throws the gun at them Climate Change need not be all bad, something beautiful could emerge This article
I came across this article from a couple of years ago on resisting the consumer urge This is a good rant about a church’s decision to bless laptops and mobiles Last week I made this list and you can find some good follow on thoughts
This is very, very clever. You should watch it Why cars make it worse in the snow, at least in the UK Will Willimon has 4 questions for pastors Matt Hosier reflects on baptism Tim Simmonds feels the heat about preaching My friend Jeremy has
There are a few clusters of links around today starting with the environment: Jeremy posts a table of depletion rates of most vital resources and Al Mohler adds his voice to those that say Green is the new religion. On Discipleship here are two great
Here’s a bumper edition for Monday: This is what Battersea power station could become (at last) Mark Heath has some good comments on perseverance in 1 Thessalonians We all suffer from Tech Lust according to Mint.com
The web is amazing – for information hungry people like me, what you can learn in a day on the web is staggering. So here’s what I found interesting today Some people advocate the use of social networks while others will help you commit social