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Singled Out


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I’ve rather dropped the ball on this one, but this month over at the EQUIP book club, Dani Treweek is reviewing the book Singled Out: Why celibacy must be reinvented in today’s church by Christine Colon and Bonnie Field. I haven’t read the book, but I went to Dani’s elective on singleness earlier in the

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Signing off from the EQUIP book club


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I put up the last post I’ll be posting over at the EQUIP book club today. All good things must come to an end – well, sometimes – and I decided that it was time for me to leave that one. If you’re interested in reasons they are basically these: 1) At this point in

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Mental health resolutions and good literature


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I do like the resolutions which John Piper has posted over at Desiring God, originally from Clyde Kilby, a professor of English Literature at Wheaton College, whose “plea was that we stop being unamazed by the strange glory of ordinary things”. And if you would like to read some good literature, in an old book,

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The fight for joy, and other books


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I’ve been a bit remiss here, because some things I take as givens, but in case you haven’t noticed through reading here, Jean has been blogging her way through When I Don’t Desire God – How to Fight For Joy by John Piper over at the EQUIP book club. She’s put in a magnificent effort

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An added extra


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Every now and then I point people to stuff around the internet that I find particularly encouraging to single women, and today is such a day. There is a paragraph in today’s post by Jennie on the EQUIP blog club, about our identity being in Christ, that, if you flip it over a little, I

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