The smartphone now makes it so easy to get access on the move to audio podcasts of teachings and direction from many people. Certainly I'm finding that I'm using my smartphone more in the car to listen to sound Christian teaching, doctrine and worship rather than the radio or the news.Here's a list of people … Continue reading Favourite Podcasts
I've used this image in a post previously as it seemed to make a good point. However there was something about the word 'tolerance' and how it's being used today.We can have a look at the Oxford English dictionary definition to get an initial thought of how tolerance is defined:Definition of tolerancenoun1 [mass noun] the ability or willingness … Continue reading Tolerance or something more…
Time to treat myself to another book to go on my Kindle. Problem is choosing one!Any book that catches my eye I add to my Goodreads.com account so I have a continually growing list of books to choose from. What I choose depends a lot on how I feel so at the moment I have … Continue reading What Book?
Image via WikipediaIt would seem that just reiterating that statement of Christian faith is enough to bring down the wrath of the Advertising Standards Agency. If you believe that statement is true then please sign the new e-petition here.The statement goes:I believe that God can heal Responsible department: Department for Culture, Media and Sport Whether or … Continue reading I believe that God can heal
Jesus of Nazareth by Pope Benedict XVIMy rating: 5 of 5 starsI was pleasantly surprised by how readable and encouraging this book is. Pope Benedict XVI has shown himself to have a fantastic understanding of the Gospels and their sources, as well he should! He brings that information along and presents it in a fresh … Continue reading Jesus Of Nazareth by Pope Benedict XVI
Image via WikipediaSometimes we hear words that touch us in way that our only response can be "Oh God!" But it's an exclamation of surprise that something so deep can be communicated so simply.One such of these is from Pope Benedict XVI."Even suffering is part of the truth of our life. Thus, trying to shield … Continue reading Suffering
It's at times like this leading up to the major Christian events and feasts that I am beginning to realise how important the concept of tradition and liturgy really is.I became a Christian in 1994, being baptised at an Anglican church in Farnborough, Hants. The church was an evangelical Anglican church which was 'traditionally' evangelical … Continue reading In My Own Strength