Autumn preaching series ideas
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 06-29-2011
3 ideas for planning your autumn Bible teaching series September is the new January. With the start of a new academic year, churches are often up for a new teaching series. In churches I have been part of the autumn is often one of the most consistent times for church attendance so making sure you have a real humdinger of teaching series can really get your year off to a good start. Many of us know the benefits of putting together as much as we can before the Summer so…
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Coldplay Glastonbury Dream set list Bingo
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 06-25-2011
Here's my best guess at Coldplay's setlist for their Glastonbury slot tonight: 1. Life in Technicolour 2. Viva La Vida 3. Speed of Sound 4. Yellow 5. Trouble 6. Fix You 7. Clocks 8. The Scientist 9. Every Tear Drop is a waterfall 10. Politik Wishlist: 1. Strawberry Hill 2. God put a smile on your face I think they will return the compliment and play a bit of u2 tribute, I think it will be "Stuck in Moment"...
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Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 06-24-2011
Post the 10 songs you think that u2 are most likely to play at Glastonbury: 1. One 2. Elevation 3. walk on 4. Beautiful Day 5. City of blinding lights 6. Magnificent 7. Vertigo 8. Get on your boots 9. Mysterious ways 10. Pride Wild card Boy falls from the sky Ultimate wish list: With or without you Sunday Bloody Sunday Running to stand still   Actual set list (courtesy of the BBC) 1. Space Oddity 2. Even Better Than The Real Thing 3. The Fly 4. Mysterious Ways 5.…
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Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 06-24-2011
Vancouver is a romantic city and I try to spend as much time there as I can afford. I was recently a visiting faculty member at Regent College and became an adopted Canucks fan for the Stanley Cup. The world's attention has settled on this magnificent city with its rolling mountains, lush forests, imposing sky scrapers and sandy beaches. The reaction to the final game of the NHL hockey tournament; the much coveted Stanley Cup, which has never been won by the Canucks was unprecedented. With a full scale riot…
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Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 06-17-2011
The final episode of the Harry Potter series is coming this Summer and the trailer is finally out. Watching it makes me wonder if this could be the finest continuous film series ever? Trilogies aside; Lord of the Rings, The Godfather and Toy Story are therefore ruled out of comparison. Is this the longest series of films that has managed to keep the same cast, the same quality of story telling intrigue and excitement. Many of us were hugely disappointed with the Star Wars Prequels, The Xmen series is shaping…
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Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 06-16-2011
  Things have been busy lately so I have collected a large pile of books that i haven't got round to reviewing. So here is a whistle stop tour through three of them. All of these books are available through your local Christian bookstore. 1. The adventure Bible, Zonder Kids This is a very attractive children's Bible aimed at 9-12 year olds. Its got a great full colour cover that has the feel of adventure map on it inviting children to delve deeper into God's word. It uses the 2011…
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50 Best kids movies ever…
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 06-12-2011
So here is my totally unofficial, unscientific, just for fun list of our family's top 50 films for children. 50. Prince Caspian 49. Shrek 4 48. Old Yeller 47. Short Circuit 46. Sinbad- legend of the 7 seas 45. Beauty and the Beast 44. Surfs Up 43.ET 42. Mary Poppins 41. How to Train Your Dragon 40. Sound of Music 39. The Rescuers 38. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang 37. Wallace and Grommet and the case of the Ware Rabbit 36 George of the Jungle 35. Hoodwinked 34. Chicken Run 33.…
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Politics according to Grudem
Posted By :Date :Krish Kandiah | 06-07-2011
Politics - According to the Bible A Comprehensive Resource for Understanding Modern Political Issues in Light of Scripture I have been putting off writing a review of this book. I owe an enormous debt to Professor Grudem because his was the first systematic theology that I read cover to cover. It was a really engaging book because he didn’t duck out of the juicy bits of theological discussion (at the time for me these were: speaking in tongues, prophecy, etc). I loved the way he seemed to know everything –…
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