I stumbled upon this video.
There seems to be a lot of conjecture and hyperbole around at the moment. If all the people in the world camped out in your back garden, Would you write and tell the king or would you grab a tent and join ’em, I can see that all the possibilities for freedom, Could just sway
Kore posted a link to this wonderful video by DanDifelice.
I came across this wonderful image on Richard Littledale’s blog. It is a wonderful reimagining of church art in a contemporary way. I love the guy in a hoodie praying!
Each year Simon Kershaw produces a lectionary that works with most forms of computerised diary and digital devices. This is one of the things my phone does that I use most often. Here is the common worship almanac and lectionary for 2011-12. In the past I’ve used it with an SPV, a Blackberry and now
This is 1 Timothy 4:9-14 read by a couple of peeps I know. The images came from YouTube. The music from a CD.
This is a set of intercessions based upon the Queen and Bowie song Under Pressure.
You may remember last years Advent Conspiracy campaign. The premise is to make our celebration of Christmas mean something: The story of Christ’s birth is a story of promise, hope, and a revolutionary love. So, what happened? What was once a time to celebrate the birth of a savior has somehow turned into a season
Phil Ritch posted this on his blog with the simple question, “is this what church feels like”? What a wonderful video. I have struggled to articulate what it is like for a hairy biker like myself to enter the church for the first time. It is two evenings ago that I was trying to explain this to