Great article on teenagers and stress, 5 tips to help them …. and some useful wisdom and insight to boot. Have a read
I went into the Gents toilet of a church last night and couldn’t help laughing out loud at the picture on the wall. It quoted Psalm 139, specifically the lines, “You know when I sit down or stand up!”
I am left wondering whether it is a Church with the best sense of humour ever OR if this is the most hilarious coincidental portrayal of a Psalm that is given a different meaning by context.
So encouraged by reading this, beautiful:
“Simon Foster had his arm twisted to sign up as a Christian Aid door-to-door collector, but he’s now been doing it for nearly two decades.
Has it been part of his growth in faith? He thinks so… and here he tells some of that story”
Filed under discipleship in action.
I’m looking forward to sharing a comic perspective on ‘Rediscovering the Spiritual Art of Giggling’ at the Boost Conference in October, and to being part of a great night of comedy at a Church in Bromley. In fact October is looking like a great month with some lovely outings in the diary.
Ali Campbell exploring the
challenge and a three step response
From ‘Multi Voiced Church’
“If you want a spiritual life, you must unify your life.
A life is either all spiritual or not at all”
Interesting research from the States on reasons people leave religion behind, some very useful thinking therein …. and challenges.
“It’s not that nones don’t believe in God, it’s that they don’t believe in religious teachings,” she said. “They have detached completely from religion and are finding meaning in their jobs, in raising kids, in their communities, in nature.”
Full Article here