In setting up my journal for the year I decided to include two bible trackers. One is all the chapters of the bible, so I can mark what I’ve read in any context (church, bible study, solo study). The other is the Bible Reading for Shirkers and Slackers plan, which is great for those that […]
Happy Easter everyone! I didn’t have my heart set on going to church on Good Friday morning, but I’m so glad that I did. It was quite moving to hear the whole of Jesus’ execution story read. I’ve heard it in pieces many times before and have probably read it in its entirety before as […]
The goal Last year I decided to read the bible in chronological order (i.e., the approximate order that the books are set or written, not canonical order). I was doing well until I had surgery and then I wasn’t really able to read anything while in hospital. Then when I got out and recovered, my […]
The Website Last Saturday I attended the launch of Fervr: a website to encourage young Christians to live Christ-centred lives, encourage non-Christians to think about the values of our society, a resource for Christian leaders who are teaching young people, and also a place to connect people with Christian groups in their area.
I had a brief conversation on Twitter with @niphal today that really echoed in my mind during the event I attended tonight. niphal “There’s probably no God. Now stop worrying and enjoy your life.” http://twurl.nl/j5depe Reactions? kristarella Reaction: they can advertise atheism if they want, but I’ve never seen a religious advert on a bus, […]
At bible study a few weeks ago we were finishing looking at 2 Timothy. We were having some solo time to go over the book and see what we could summarise from it. Sadly, I missed about half of the studies from 2 Timothy and only got to the end of chapter 2 when I […]