OK, so some of us can’t have an iphone. But could this be the next best thing? HTC’s sleek, full keyboarded wonderphone? It is going to run Google’s new ANDROID operating system. Check out these pictures from EndGadget.
I try to read at least one book on preaching a year. I want to continue learning how to stay faithful to the text and continually rethink how best to stay connected to the culture. Here are some of the best books I have read over the years. 1. How to Read the Bible for […]
A review by Joel Kandiah (aged 9) and Krish kandiah (aged 36). This is fictional story based on the best selling children’s book by the irish Writer John Boyne. It tells the story of a friendship developing between Bruno the 8 year old (he’s 9 in the book) son of Nazi Concentration Camp commander and […]
There’s no stopping the new sprint force from Jamaica (apart from one slip up in the womens 4 by 100m relay final). Usain Bolt is the poster boy for global athletics with his effortless 100 meter final run which had him slowing down with 10 meters to go and still break the world record. His […]
My 9 year old son has started a new blog all about nintendo games. Take a look at it and let me know what you think and how he can improve his blogging skills. We are using it as a literacy encouragement project as my son is a voracious reader but can struggle to generate […]
Here’s a review of NT Wright’s wonderful Surprised by Hope on Christianity magazine’s website.
Here’s another review on Christianity’s website, this time of Andrew Wilson’s excellent book Incomparable.
Thought you might like to see my review of Roger Olson’s intriguing book from the Christianity website.
Visiting churches on holiday during the summer season can mean that you get exposed to more all age services than you might have bargained for. That was my experience this summer. The problem with all age services is often everyone hates them. The young people hate them because they don’t get to go out to […]