The Dean speaks on Driscoll, and does so very wisely, lovingly and graciously. I was so pleased when I read this.
At the church I previously attended, reading the bible in church was something to be taken seriously, as well it should be. I did a purpose-designed training course with Kel Richards on how to prepare and then execute it well. So, last week when I received the email telling me that I was on bible
My church is holding an Ultimate Jazz event this Friday evening, as the beginning of a mission week, which should be great! So, I took a deep breath and invited three people from my work. So far there hasn’t been a positive response (two of the three had good reasons for not coming, the other
I am just going to post something else real quick so this doesn’t look like a craft blog :). At the moment we are having a series at our church summer fellowship on “How to be happy in church”. It might sound like an odd title, and the reality is that it is not even
Years ago in the front of my Honours thesis I wrote a quote by Annie Dillard from ‘Pilgrim at Tinker Creek’ about the “great hurrah” of wild animals. It went with the picture of Eucalypt the kangaroo caught on the alert with an overflowing mouthful of grass. I had never read ‘Pilgrim at Tinker Creek’