(Re)Launching a TV Station in Burundi!

The poor and broken little nation of Burundi holds a special place for me and Si Guillebaud is both a friend and a hero of mine, so I thought I’d use this blog just to draw attention to some of the remarkable opportunities that come his way and encourage you to get involved and support his work. This one caught me by surprise. The dedicated staff at Heritage TV hadn’t been paid for four months, and in desperation they were fasting and praying: “God, if this TV station is yours,…

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The Curiosity Index (16.06.2017)

Six attitudes that kill evangelism in the church 1,2 & 5 are the ones I’ve heard the most Three lessons I’ve learned about not being a natural evangelist. So here’s a good counter from Chris Green The decline of Christendom Nothing speaks more powerfully of the decline of Christendom than abandoned churches. These beautiful and haunting photos give you the proof. The mystical side of Marshall McLuhan I didn’t know the link between McLuhan and de Chardin. Sweden opens an entire mall full of reclaimed goods I like this story and…

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Evangelicals, homosexuality, gender & the media

Today The Independent newspaper in the UK published this piece on how some evangelicals are handling the thorny issue of homosexuality. Peter Ould does a good job of showing up some of the many inconsistencies and problems in the article. Peter’s blog by the way should be required reading for any evangelical thinking wanting to keep tabs on how this debate is evolving. Instead of repeating his arguments, I wanted to take another angle looking at what lies ahead for evangelicals (and especially those in the established church) over the…

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