I’ve been challenged to ‘pursue joy’ ever since 2012….. some weekend reading, has been calling me back to the book of joy, again. ”Christianity has been named, sometimes patronizingly, sometimes sentimentally, sometimes honestly enough, the religion of sorrow; but there never was a more complete misnomer. It is not the religion of sorrow, but the religion […]
from this week, that made me smile….. Fleshy motivation giving way to sight & Jesus showing the way through. How much God’s word blesses, nags & provokes my own soul. How learning godly trust is more satisfying than my best striving. The outrage about U2’s latest offering. It’s really not like a thief broke into your house […]
The summer tumbleweed has come our way and we’re doing a much anticipated family road-trip. I trust the books I’m bringing will get read. I’ll reconnect at the end of the month. Daily morning tweets continue!
We need to consistently get more intimately acquainted with Holy Spirit, but most importantly when our awareness, enjoyment and familiarity with him is more nostalgic than dynamic. 1 Krish Kandiah’s vision of an apostolic church. Compelling stuff. 2 Some of the clearest productivity insight. Six tips for everyday! 3 “Power and authority in the here and now […]
“Theology may perhaps be defined as the discipline by which the Church, carefully and with full knowledge of the risk, translates biblical faith into the non-biblical language of another age.” G. Ernest Wright 1 You know it, right…..the liturgy of coffee. That after church thing. 2 Apprentice’s really insightful summary of nine ways we fail […]
Movements that change the world, by Steve Addison is a great book. And here’s some of my favourite parts. “Movements are informal groups of people with an agenda for change. They have leading figures but no one person in control. Movements make history. “Movements change people, and changed people change the world.” “The New Testament […]