I love Matt Redmond's 'Random thoughts' and this one makes me want to go and buy the new Radiohead album.
Thinking Anglicans has a whole lot of stuff on the C of E getting managerial that includes a quote from Ric Thorpe who is splendid. Eugene Peterson is not a fan of the managerial in ministry.
Ever since I discovered my Myers Briggs profile on a course run by Deidre Tidy it has been of interest to me. Here is some stuff on what book to read depending on your MB profile. If you'd like more this is about best leadership type by profile. Eugene Peterson hates Myers Briggs.
This open letter to someone having an affair is powerful, Eugene Peterson hates divorce and the pain it causes as he described to me once in his talks on Ephesians.
15 verses to get into you (h/t Challies)
This review by Denny Burk has horrified and stuck with me long after I read it as its implications will with you I imagine. On that same topic, Mrs C and I watched 'Spotlight' which is a terrifying and compelling film not to be missed.
I happened upon this book list on prayer. On balance Eugene would I think approve.
A friend went to work with Jackie Pullinger for three weeks and while she was there read 'Different: living the holy life'. It impacted her greatly and she tells me it will you if you read it. Eugene is a fan of holiness.
Searching for a sermon I listened to recently, I found this post entitled 'The 7 Greatest sermons I've ever heard' . I plan to listen through a few of them for my holiday devotions, refreshment, inspiration and refilling. Interestingly, but not surprisingly, no Eugene. He's not everyone's cuppa.
I've revisited 'The Passionate church' and think it holds such good visual tools for discipleship.
In August I've seen and visited lots of people in our church and its been wonderful and so very encouraging. Looking out over all the people in our garden at our recent church BBQ I felt deeply moved (once again) by God's grace to us all.