Monthly Archives: July 2017

  1. Can you really read a book a week?

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    27/07/2017 by Chris Green

    I’m increasingly seeing the same thing said about some remarkably high-powered people.  Bill Gates, Warren Buffet, Rick Warren, are all …
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  2. Three books to make you think like Tim Keller: No. 3, ‘Inventing the Individual: The Origins of Western Liberalism’, by Larry Siedentop

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    25/07/2017 by Chris Green

    This brilliant history of the growth and impact of Christianity in Europe will make your brain fizz.

  3. The Goldilocks Zone: Collected writings of Michael J. Ovey (Jan 2018)

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    20/07/2017 by Chris Green

    This collection of essays and articles shows why Mike Ovey’s contribution to evangelical Christianity was so widely appreciated in the UK and around the world.

  4. Three books to make you think like Tim Keller: No. 2, To Be a Machine.

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    19/07/2017 by Chris Green

    Make no mistake: this area of medical science is going to pose some new ethical questions, that our teens are probably already on the brink of asking.

  5. Three books to make you think like Tim Keller: No. 1,  The World Beyond Your Head

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    17/07/2017 by Chris Green

    If I said that this was the most important piece of secular philosophy I have read in a long time, you’d probably switch off.  But it is, and I want you to read it.

  6. Entering the rabbit hole: 4 ways social media can help pastors

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    13/07/2017 by Chris Green

    What are the good things social media can bring to a pastor’s life?

  7. Pringles for the soul: 7 Ways Social Media can hurt pastors (you won’t believe #6!)

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    11/07/2017 by Chris Green

    What happens to a pastor’s soul when we consume social media?

From Now On: first steps for new Christians

Launch dayJune 1st, 2018
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New resource

Pastors are busy, and leading a church is a demanding task.  That’s why I wrote this e-bookchecklist: The Pastor’s Checkup – The Top 10 Questions every pastor needs to answer (and helpful stuff if you can’t)

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God, Suffering and Joy

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

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