Over the last year or so I have disabled the comments feature on my blogs due to my perception that generally comments do not add very much additional value to the original post and the […]
It is reasonably well established that the spiritual growth of Christians is closely linked to how regularly we read the Bible, ponder it’s meaning for us and engage with God in prayer. Most of us […]
A thought provoking and cleverly made little video for your bemusement: The Innovation of Loneliness
Why do I give my time to that low-priority stuff which could easily wait at the expense what is immediate and important?
Today Ann wrote about wounds, scars, pain and the beauty of Christ redeeming our lives. Whoever and wherever you are, life will knock you around and wound you in many ways. This week the scab […]
I deleted 52 blogs off my feed reader today. They were all good ones too. Now I have only 10 feeds remaining, one of which is my own blog. Why would I do that? I […]
Does the tool I write with determine the message I write?
Netted recently: Michael Hyatt (Chairman of Christian Publishing house Thomas Nelson) contends that there are too many low quality books flooding the market: … I contend that we need better books not more books. I […]
Netted recently (and not so recently): During the month of May christianaudio are giving away a free download of the book The Next Story by Tim Challies. I have begun listening to it and if […]