Eddie and Sue Arthur

Tag: sport

The Olympic Lie Revisited

I love watching the Olympics. I am in awe of the athletes and I’m staggered at the hard work that they put in. But there is more to life than that.

Hard Work, Hard Places, Hard Cash

If we concentrate our funds and our mission effort on places where people become Christians relatively quickly, we will be concentrating on places where, by definition, there are lots of Christians.

The Olympic Lie

The utopian optimism of being able to achieve anything as long as we work hard enough has to give way to a realistic assessment of ourselves as fallen creatures.

People You’ve Never Heard Of

The Christian faith is growing around the world and for the most part, this is due to God working through people that you’ve never heard of.

Jimmy Montgomery BEM

Some rambling thoughts inspired by a childhood hero.

Dig In Till Tea

Some thoughts on a eulogy for a young cricketer.

Sporting Event of the Weekend

The news today is buzzing with stories about England’s defeat by Germany in the World Cup. This means that many people are unaware of the most spectacular sporting incident of the weekend which took place at the European… Read More

You Can’t be an Evangelist if You Don’t Like the World Cup

Let me admit straight away, that I’m not a great football fan; I’ll also admit that the title to this post is just a little hyperbolic! Football as a Conversation Starter Now, I may not be a great… Read More

A Tale of Two Blunders

You may have noticed that there is a football competition going on at the moment. Last night, England played against the United States; for me and thousands of others the game was an affair of two big mistakes…. Read More

The Latest Must Have Bible!

You might be tempted to think that this is a belated April Fool’s joke! Featuring exciting and inspiring full-color inserts with photos of and insights from stock car racing’s finest personalities, the NIV Thinline Bible: Stock Car Edition… Read More

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