If you want to understand changes in mission, but you don’t want to read a technical book; why not try and novel.
While I tend to prefer my novels to include a few murders and a harassed detective, Jim Harries’ book which explores some important contemporary issues in mission is worth a read.
Some murders, some missiology, some history and a few walks in the hills: my reading for November.
Some contemporary murder mysteries, a fascinating historical novel and a rather odd, but very pleasing series set in a near-future Europe. This month’s reading.
Catching up on two months worth of reading; I’m sure that I’ve left some out.
A bit of history, a bit of virology, some practical theology and six murder mysteries.
Four murder mysteries, three science-fiction books, one military history and a book on depression: last month’s reading.
On overview of what I’ve read this month – too many murders!
Some good history, some real history, a bit of alternative history and a few novels; this month’s reading.
Two good church history books, some indifferent missiology, some awful science fiction and a book about vets in North Yorkshire; February’s reading.