As we look towards Holy Week there are several online events taking place. I intend to let you know about them all in the course of the next couple of days. First of all, Duttyo is organising a set of online stations that will be posted each day at 9am from the 1st of April.
Here are some wise words from CyberSten. What do you think? Is the online world fraught with danger?
I was intrigued by a post on The Emergent Kiwi’s blog about Inking the Stations of The Cross. The full story is here. A pastor of a Montrose-area church recently challenged members of his congregation to live out their faith in an atypical way by getting tattoos that represent different Stations of the Cross, images
I feel a faith and film event coming on. This may be the film I use most often on a Sunday morning for the next five years. It may not.
Thanks to Fr Simon for sharing the clip on twitter.
Yesterday my colleague said “If we all did what Jesus said, we could change the world”. Ruth sent me this link illustrating some of these principles in action.
A couple of months ago I asked Tim if he would like to write a few guest blogs. Never one to shy away from controversy he has started to explore the issue of “what happens when you stop going to the same church”. It is probably best if I hand straight over to him and invite you all to