It has been a week of strange experiences. I mentioned in passing to our lovely local journalists that I was involved in a service at Dewsbury Minster called the “Rock Mass”. Obviously we have done a few of these before but this time it seems to have legs. Something to do with it being in a
It hardly seems two minutes since this was playing on radio stations around the globe and yet my calendar informs me that it was released 18 years ago in 1993. This month’s Classic Rock Magazine has an interview with Lenny Kravitz about the iconic song he wrote on the back of a paper bag that took the world
I humbly perform before you an act of contrition. Dr Ruth pointed out that for the last few years she has wanted to play this song in church, probably at a Rock Mass and that she told me about it a long time ago. I have to admit that I may have heard her say
I don’t know if you’re looking for resources for a harvest festival service. Unfortunately mine was a couple of weeks ago. In this clip David Mitchell says something incredibly obvious. It is almost so obvious it doesn’t need saying. Never the less he has said it anyway. Good for him!
I was reading an interesting article from the BBC entitled “The myth of free wi-fi”. I am a tech savvy guy with more computers and iStuff floating around my house than it is possible to use. To be honest I’m surprised my fridge isn’t wi-fi enabled – perhaps that is my next step. My thoughts on
This looks like a great campaign from the Methodist Church. The Christian life is often built into some ‘mystic art’ that only qualified people are capable of doing. The Tell, Show, Be campaign seeks to shatter the mystique and encourage the whole body of christ to get on with being followers of the way.