joining the dots

I'm sorry, I haven't blogged for a long time. I hope to start again very soon, but until then, enjoy the archives!

How much confidence do you have in the gospel? (Part 1, Introduction)

How much confidence do you have in the gospel? By Gospel I mean, “Good news of Jesus”. So, how much confidence do you have in the good news of Jesus? … Continue reading

14/05/2012 · 3 Comments

Clouds and sunshine: Reflections on the funeral of a seven year old

Last week I attended a funeral of a seven year old boy called Livingstone. He was the son of a Pastor, from one of the rural churches I’ve been working … Continue reading

23/08/2011 · Leave a comment

Jesus: Extraordinary and/or ordinary?

I’m just thinking out loud here, so please bear with me (and help me formulate my thoughts). There’s plenty of evidence to suggest that Jesus was extraordinary: his virgin birth, … Continue reading

23/09/2010 · Leave a comment

iDoubt .2 (“I do believe; help me overcome my unbelief”)

I often have doubts. I have doubts about God, the Bible, Jesus and myself, and that’s just before breakfast. A man once said to Jesus, “I do believe; help me … Continue reading

15/09/2010 · 1 Comment

The Islamist (Book Review 1/13)

A couple of weeks ago I made a list of the 13 books I want to read over the next year. I’ve just finished one entitled “The Islamist”. It’s written … Continue reading

02/09/2010 · Leave a comment

Part 2: Barack Obama: War Chief/Nobel Peace Prize Laureate

(a confused persons thoughts on following Christ and fighting violently for peace) President Obama pondered while the world waited to see whether he would or wouldn’t send more troops. Meanwhile, … Continue reading

14/12/2009 · Leave a comment

Part 1: Barack Obama: War Chief / Nobel Peace Prize Laureate

(a confused persons thoughts on following Christ and fighting violently for peace) In the next few days Barack Obama will be in Norway to receive his Nobel Peace Prize. Just … Continue reading

08/12/2009 · Leave a comment

dance to the beat of the song in your head

Rhythm, and the idea of finding a rhythm for life, must have been on my mind in the summer of 2007 when I entitled a series of talks, “Dance to … Continue reading

19/11/2009 · 2 Comments

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