Monthly Archives: March 2016

  1. The dark fear – what do we do on that Sunday when we open the doors and no-one turns up?

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    18/03/2016 by Chris Green

    When we open the doors this Sunday, will they come back? Why should they, when there are the options of visiting family, going for a bike ride, hitting the shops – or even just having a lazy day with the papers and some coffee? And what do we do if no-one comes…

  2. Is today harder than yesterday? Here’s the biblical reason why.

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    07/03/2016 by Chris Green

    It’s a biblical truth that the ten emails in your inbox this morning will each require you to focus more than the ten emails you had this time last year. The days of a quick ‘yup’ email decrease. The costs of getting the reply wrong, rise.

  3. Slowcoach #leadingwithcancer

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    03/03/2016 by Chris Green

    Surgery for cancer slowed me right down and taught me lessons about patience that I don’t want to lose as I speed up again.

  4. Moses, delegation, and a deep sigh

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    02/03/2016 by Chris Green

    Moses first of all points us to Christ, and then allows us to learn a vital lesson: Leadership decisions are the hard ones, because the easy ones have already been dealt with. The reason that issue is sitting on your desk is because, if anyone else could have cracked it, they would have done.

Publication of The Goldilocks Zone

Launch dayJanuary 18th, 2018
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Living as a Christian in the 21st century means we face constant battles to please God. That’s why I wrote ‘PURITY: Living to please God in an impure world – 15 daily readings in 1 Thessalonians.’

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Index

God, Suffering and Joy

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

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