This from Andrew Blunt is important:
If we want to save the lives of young same-sex attracted men and women, we don’t need less deliberate application of theology; we need the deliberate application of a lot more theology. And that means we all have a role to play in living out God’s vision for sexuality and making sure that everyone can experience it as good news.
On Saturday I ran a half-marathon in what was for me a personal best time of 1:49:29. The first 15km was run at a steady 5 minutes per km. Eliud Kipchoge would have been 48 minutes ahead of me and he ran the second half even quicker! Here are some stats on a phenomenal achievement.
And if you wonder how you could fit in a little more training, here’s how.
This is a fascinating visual insight into faith in London.