1. Cutting to the Heart: Reviewed in Evangelicals Now

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    18/12/2015 by Chris Green


      This is a really positive review by Peter Lewis, writing in Evangelicals Now.   ‘Not a mirror but a …
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  2. Not just for arty types – a brilliant exhibition in London builds massive gospel bridges. If we can cross them…

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    07/10/2016 by Chris Green

    Mark Rothko, Orange and Yellow

    These painters are explicitly aiming to paint an eternal tragedy. They are painting what we would call the Fallen Condition. They are expressing what it means to be a ruined Image Bearer.

  3. How I use Evernote as a pastor


    30/09/2016 by Chris Green


    I use Evernote as my digital brain – how does that help me as a pastor?

  4. Getting out of that Monday mood


    26/09/2016 by Chris Green


    It happens every Monday, in pastor’s homes and studies around the world – we look back on yesterday, and ask, ‘How did I do?’…

  5. The easy part, and the hard part

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    22/09/2016 by Chris Green


    In every leadership task there’s an easy part and a hard part – and they just keep on coming

  6. Deep Work – my review of a very good book


    16/09/2016 by Chris Green


    Cal Newport helps us see how to restrict ‘shallow work’ and its distractions, to work productively, and at depth.

  7. Gospel Transformation Study Bible – here’s why you should buy one today!


    12/09/2016 by Chris Green

    The Gospel Transformation Bible is an outstanding study Bible at a remarkable price. Here’s why you should buy one today.

  8. John Stott’s secret


    08/09/2016 by Chris Green


    A comment over the breakfast table gave a life-changing insight into John Stott.

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