I seem to be struggling to be creative of late, but the great thing about blogging is that you can always refer people to the good works of others. Once again, Brian Russell has an excellent post: Matthew… Read More
This post is more than a year old. It is quite possible that any links to other websites, pictures or media content will no longer be valid. Things change on the web and it is impossible for us… Read More
The admirable Brian Russel of Real Meal Ministries has posted a short piece entitled A “New” Ethos. It’s a super little article on the purpose of the Christian Church which picks up some of the themes that I… Read More
I’ve been having some problems with our blog software over the past few days and, unfortunately, I don’t have time to work out what is going wrong. To smooth things out, I’ve had to remove the photograph gallery… Read More
It is often said that the advance of Western culture means that minority languages around the world are being marginalised. I’m sure that this is true in the main, so it is nice to read about a situation… Read More
Christianity Magazine: Reviews You might be interested in this book review which I’ve just had published in Christianity and Renewal Magazine. This post is more than a year old. It is quite possible that any links to other… Read More
There is an interesting discussion on the BBC website about African languages. Lot’s of diverse opinions – and one which is absolutely correct in every detail! This post is more than a year old. It is quite possible… Read More
If you have visited this site previously, you will notice that it has changed somewhat. The Blog which was rather peripheral to the site is now the front page. Most of the other content, including photographs and contact… Read More
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