Interesting reading - poetry and fencing being unlikely routes to faith. Atheist Professor Becomes Christian..
In one of the few moments recently when I stopped worrying I found myself thinking about what kind of things I mostly worry about and I realised that almost all of them fall in to one of two categories. I either worry about time or resources. How often do you find yourself saying or thinking... Continue Reading →
This morning I read two brilliant blog posts on church. The first one was by Philip Yancey advocating the strengths of small churches over large ones (and making some accurate observations about families along the way) and the second one was by blogger Rachel Held Evans on why the church should stop trying to be... Continue Reading →