Dog biscuits and life

Most of us have different parts of our life which are lived more in parallel. The people at work don’t know our friends at home and so on and it isn’t always comfortable when two different...

A Gap in My Knowledge.

A History of Christian Mission by Stephen NeilĀ  Much though I hate admitting that I don’t know something, the last few weeks have shown up something that should have been obvious to me: a large...

Short Term Mission

If you’ve come here looking for the stuff from the Above Bar short term mission seminar, you’ve missed the page. This is what you are looking for! But take a look around the rest of this s...

Riverbend: Thank You For the Music

Take a look at this post by Riverbend. I’m not trying to make a comment about the wider situation in Iraq here, but we must remember that the faceless ones, the statistics in our newspapers do h...

The Pope on the Bible

I discovered the following quote from an interview on Pub Philospher (what a great name for a Blog). It comes from an interview given by Father Joseph Fessio, a friend of Pope Benedict’s. In the...

How to Read the Bible Missiologically

How to Read the Bible Missiologically Brian Russell has a terrific series of posts on his Blog about reading the Bible Missiologically. The posts are based on talks which he will be giving to Wycliffe...

Are indigenous languages dead?

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!...