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Sandy Grant

Down-under round-up: 6 May 2015

Sandy Grant

May 6, 2015

Not all Christians have the same amount of time or inclination to read widely. So I’m trying to save pastors, elders and other interested Christians time by selecting a bunch of the best articles round the web each week. I’m doing it with a small bias towards stuff by Australian evangelicals that deserves wider exposure. […]

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Mark Gilbert

The surprising secret to church growth in the United States

Mark Gilbert

May 4, 2015

We hear a lot about church growth from Americans. From Saddleback to Willow Creek and beyond, church growth has been one of the hot topics this decade. Having returned from a visit to the Together for the Gospel conference in Louisville, Kentucky, I think I’ve worked out their secret. Church growth in the US is […]

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Lionel Windsor

Learning to live in 3D

Lionel Windsor

May 1, 2015

Have you ever been watching a 3D movie wearing 3D glasses, and done that thing with your eyes? You know, that thing where you close one eye and look at the screen, then open that eye and close the other eye and look at the screen again? If you have, then you will have noticed […]

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Sandy Grant

Down-under round-up: 29 April 2015

Sandy Grant

April 29, 2015

Issue of the week Australia and New Zealand observed the centenary of the Gallipoli landing in Turkey on 25 April 1915, a date commemorated every year as ANZAC Day (ANZAC = Australian and New Zealand Army Corps). Of the various Christian reflections around the anniversary, Murray Campbell’s The Stupidity and Brilliance of War was perhaps most helpful. […]

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Colin Marshall

The refugees of Moab

Colin Marshall

April 27, 2015

God weeps for the refugees of Moab. They break his heart. How do we feel about the refugees on our screen everyday? My heart cries out for Moab; her fugitives flee to Zoar, to Eglath-shelishiyah… Therefore I weep with the weeping of Jazer for the vine of Sibmah; I drench you with my tears, O […]

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Jean Williams

Review: An app to help you pray

Jean Williams

April 24, 2015

High in the Himalayas, ropes bend along the mountain paths. They are hung with prayer flags: squares and strips of fabric like colourful handkerchiefs hung out to dry. The flags dance, toss their tails, grow ragged over the years, and scatter prayers and blessings to the winds. Well, PrayerMate is no prayer flag. It won’t […]

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Sandy Grant

Down-under round-up: 22 April 2015

Sandy Grant

April 22, 2015

Issue of the week Once again, the depravity of Islamic State was on view. I was very moved by this response from the Anglican Bishop for Ethiopia, Dr Grant Le Marquand, regarding the 28 Ethiopian Christians murdered in Libya by IS: Personal details about the men who have died may emerge. For now we can […]

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Sandy Grant

Down-under round-up: 15 April 2015

Sandy Grant

April 15, 2015

Here’s what caught my eye on the screen over the last week. Issue of the week Concern over the very real threats to religious freedom through accelerating discrimination, litigation and their threat continued to be discussed widely. But amidst all that, this needed saying. And bluntly. (And yes, I was challenged.) Man Up, Campus Christians—Your […]

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