Most people will be familiar to some extent to the country/pop mega star Taylor Swift. Some people are super fans whilst others are haters and probably trolling her on Twitter. I enjoy her music, I have from the first time I listened to her and I still enjoy it, to the extent of watching the Youtube Premier of Me!. Also, I enjoy observational learning, I … Continue reading Two things the church can learn from Taylor Swift
A couple of weeks ago I had the privilege of sharing with a group of Christian Union members in local high schools about Contagious Christianity. For a topic which sounds pretty simple if you know Jesus this was a mission and a half. Not because it is a tricky theology to get your head around but just because there are so many possibilities as to … Continue reading Contagious Christianity
What is Easter anyway? To some perhaps it is an illusive festival which rationally irritates year on year as it jumps around the calendar following the moon around, for others it is an excuse for a couple of extra days off of work, for many it is a time of great joy, celebrating Jesus or spending much needed time with family and friends and yet … Continue reading What is Easter anyway?
There are somethings you can only learn by experience and practice. For example, you cannot learn to swim by reading a book. Another more real example is learning to lead in three places at once. Perhaps you can learn a skill here, or a technique there to put into practice but really this is a sink or swim scenario. Over this camp experience I feel … Continue reading A learning curve…
Most people have seen the movie Titanic and I reckon everyone has the image of the string quartet playing as the unsinkable ship sinks imprinted in their mind for one reason or another. Just picture the image. I am wondering how I would react in this situation. How do you do your job when everything else is falling apart and yet others are in denial. … Continue reading The Sinking String Quartet