I haven't been blogging for a bit so, at the prompting of a pal, thought I should post a ditty or two. Nice to missed.
I have preached a couple of sermons recently, one on heaven and one on trials, and the Lord has shown me grace for them. In the one on trials, I revisited my fathers time in a Korean POW camp as told by my Godfather in 'In Spite of Dungeons'. I nearly cried reading out a quote from it but managed to hold it together.
I am freshly reminded of my desire to at least finish, and at best to 'Finish Strong'.
Mrs C and I painted a room listening to a sermon on hell, Who said romance is dead?
I watched this and am yet to experience anyone offering to give me a private plane.
I've been mulling on this post and noted the interesting transition from alcoholic pastor to church consultant. Also, did I read that right? A $63m church budget......
An update on matters sexual in the C of E. On that same subject, Andrew Wilson has a recommendation for post of the year.
The song 'Good, Good Father' has got into my bones.
I love the Lewis quote at the end of this post.
The Discovery Bible Study is a simple but seemingly rather effective idea.
The blog has been very quiet but I am putting my toes in the water again. We'll see how it goes. The book I read over Christmas was one...
I watched the Cornel West interview and he quotes a Tennessee Williams essay called 'the Catastrophe of Success' which makes inter...
My pal David is a thoughtful friend and we discuss 'matters theological' regularly. I asked him to have a muse on the Keller conver...
If you have not heard of Rob Bell welcome-this is called the Internet. He is the founding pastor of Mars Hill Bible Church , (not to be co...