Apologies for the silence on the blog but I've been away on Men on Mountains. We climbed Hellvelllin and Red Pike which was fun and we missed all the pre-Brexit build-up.
I am happy to confirm - God is good, the gospel remains unchanged and the church is still very much the hope of the world.
Loved David Keen on 'And now the good news...'
Enjoyed this about slowing down over the summer
I never got around to watching this 'Brexit the Movie' which I probably should now we're out and the 'Yes minister' clip has been doing the rounds.
A good piece by Patrick Dixon on the post-Brexit outlook.
Johnson's article in yesterdays Telegraph and Owen Jones on 'Great changes ahead'. Also, an interesting piece by Yanis Varoufakis
Love the photo in this piece by Cranmer.
The BBC has a crack a predicting impact on everyone's money
The new book by Os Guinness caught my eye so did Zeal without burnout.
I enjoyed reading J D Greear's plumb lines and Trevin Wax's post entitled 'The counter-intuitive vision of Christian morality'
One of our Men on Mountains is now running All nations.
It's always my recommendation but worth saying again- a good response to just about everything is to pray....
'When once Thou visitest the heart,
Then truth begins to shine,
Then earthly vanities depart,
Then kindles love divine'
Prayer, Tim Keller P. 171