Photographs

Sue returned from Madagascar over three weeks ago, but in that time we’ve more or less passed like ships in the night, with me being in Africa for a week and Sue spending most of the rest of the...

The Gospel According to Lynyrd Skynyrd

It shows both my age and my music taste (or lack of it?), but I had to give you a link to this. This post is more than a year old. It is quite possible that any links to other websites, pictures or me...

Translation is no Joke

There is an excellent, and rather amusing, post at Better Bibles Blog which illustrates some basic principles of Bible translation. You don’t often get cartoons in Bible translation articles ...

The Trinity and Bible Translation

This post is by way of thinking out loud. I’d value any comments you might have on what I say. The Bible describes God as a three persons in one – the Trinity. It is unreasonable for creat...

My Desk

It may not look like it, but I tidied my desk today! The things that are still around give a good indication of what my working life is like. More or less left to right… A pile of books which I&...

Leadership Books

I’m working on a module on leadership for my masters and starting a new module means ploughing through lots of books. Over the years, I’ve been exposed to a lot of leadership literature an...

From Maintenance to Mission

I was looking online for a sermon to listen to today. In the end, I didn’t turn up an audio file, but I strongly recommend this talk by Dave Burke of Bethany City Church in Sunderland. The title...

Maps and Stuff

I’ve just added the rather funky Geoloc visitor map to the sidebar. It’s rather nice and tells you were you are – presumably in case you are not sure. It will also tell you where oth...

His Part of Nairobi

Last week in Nairobi, I bumped into fellow missionary Blogger Paul Merril. I’ve had a sidebar link to Paul’s site for ages now, but I wanted to highlight it a little. Paul has the great ab...

Life

Lingamish has posted a comment on one of Sue’s email posts from Madagascar (nice chap that he is) and he mentions that he is looking forward to seeing the photographs. Unfortunately, as some of ...