Monthly Archives: May 2013

  1. And the prize for the Book of the Year goes to…

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    29/05/2013 by Chris Green

    As I’ve thought about the books I’ve read over the past year, one stands out as being remarkable for its …
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  2. Half the population is below average! Shock!

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    24/05/2013 by Chris Green

    Einstein IQ preaching

    I mean, why doesn’t the government do something about it? Half the population has below average IQ. Half the population …
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  3. Plastic hellos

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    20/05/2013 by Chris Green

    I recently stayed in one of those commercial, chain hotels, and it got me thinking about my experience and what …
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  4. Simmering sermons

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    16/05/2013 by Chris Green

    One time, I decided to cook a surprise meal for my family. I cook for them fairly often, so Dad …
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  5. 100 today!

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    14/05/2013 by Chris Green

    This is my 100th post since I started last summer, and so I thought it was time to get some …
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  6. Four parts of a Spiritual SPAM filter.

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    13/05/2013 by Chris Green

    Give yourself ten seconds to answer this question: do you know anyone who started out well in Christian ministry but …
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  7. The only reason God loves pastors

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    10/05/2013 by Chris Green

    The fatal slip happens so easily. We move from loving ministry because we love the Lord Jesus, to thinking that …
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Publication of The Goldilocks Zone

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God, Suffering and Joy

A conversation between me (with cancer) and Michael (with Multiple Sclerosis)

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