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Some years ago I twittered over on Frank Viola’s website (an absolutely cracking place to visit for some great thoughts, reflections and quality books etc) . . . he posted one word “Twitter” and wanted a response . . . . I replied, “All that twitters is not gold” (Ha!) . . . . Well,......
Oh. My actual word. Having picked up a copy of The i Paper this morning I was more than a little gobsmacked to discover that an awful, shaming and shallow programme was making a return. “Your Face or Mine?” a throw pack to a pre social media age when, in the original version, contestants would choose......
We pass on what we love. Obsessed with “Strictly Come Dancing” or the new series of “I’m a Celebrity”? We pass on what we love.  We find it hard to shut up about our passions, however inconsequential they might be to others.  The thing is, there are things far more important to share than our......
Whether you are running a Light Party, taking your kids to an All Saints Celebration, stocking up on penny sweets (nothing costs a penny anymore) for those door knockers . . . OR, turning out the lights, ducking behind the sofa and waiting until the craziness is over . . . can I suggest you......
I listened with great interest to the first Reith lecture of this year being delivered by Kwame Anthony Appiah (there are to be another three) – check out the Reith website here for more information about them. My great interest was in what the content of the lecture might be. The subject was “Creed” from......
I was pretty excited when I heard about “Naturally Supernatural” a new conference from Soul Survivor. It should be natural for us to me living and moving in the supernatural (which, for me, is about doing the normal stuff of life in the power of the Spirit – knowing that the same power that raised......
Hey, I know we are weeks away form Christmas – but, mince pies are on the shelves, I’ve been tracking down Spyro Gyra’s Christmas album (yes really) AND . . . the Bible Society have released this fantastic video 🙂 Written and narrated by Dai Woolridge and illustrated by Emma Randall, it is beautiful to......
Lead a church? Got a children’s ministry happening? Does anyone not on your staff know it happens? I’m not joking. I get to visit a bunch of churches in my role as a youth and children’s minstry consultant and it often staggers me that if you were new to a church or walked in off......