If I invest myself into the wealth of this world then death will be loss of everything I live for.
The prophets were not receiving texts from God on their iPhones but they still endured boring lunches, feeling tired, squabbling kids and in-laws just as we do
Christians like to claim we are peaceful, sadly we are not. If you want to witness heated debate, parliament is a good place to find it. If you want to see nasty, divisive debate, go […]
Imagine spending thirty years of your life intensely focussed on what you are convinced is your entire purpose for being. The enormity of the task sometimes causes you to quiver and seriously doubt yourself, can […]
A blog post by Ann Voskamp a few months ago in which she discussed the question of How Christian [women] May Create got me wondering how the process/art/work of creating might look for Christian men? […]
After writing this post and submitting it for publishing, I realised that it does not fully reflect my thinking on the topic. Do read the two comments below the main body of the post as […]
Does the tool I write with determine the message I write?
At the risk of sounding blasphemous, Colossians 1:19-20 makes me think of Jesus as being a bit like a black hole. In astronomy, the idea of a black hole is that an extraordinarily large amount […]
I learned a new word today courtesy of Tim Challies who wrote some advice for pastors on using Facebook. He commented that there is a risk of becoming discarnate by substituting an online presence for real in-the-flesh (incarnate) interactions with […]