Monthly Archives: January 2018

  1. A quick lesson in perspective

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    15/01/2018 by Chris Green

    When I go painting (which I don’t do often enough) I spend ages choosing where I’m going to paint from, …
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  2. The dreaded blank flipchart… A better approach to creating new ideas

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    12/01/2018 by Chris Green

    That awful white piece of paper is terrifying.  No-one has an idea, no-one wants to go first, and if you’re not careful all you’ll do is write up on the board, one hour later, ‘Try (a different course).’

  3. Why we should focus on the numbers, despite the tumbleweed

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    11/01/2018 by Chris Green

    You might not be seeing much gospel growth, but lift up your eyes. The gospel is always growing and converting people, because it is God’s Plan A, and he doesn’t intend to have a Plan B.

  4. A full review: Thomas Creedy on ‘The Goldilocks Zone’ “Essential… A masterclass”

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    10/01/2018 by Chris Green

    “For anyone interested in evangelical theology in general and Anglican theology in particular, this book is an essential buy… A masterclass in how to write theology.”

  5. The CGBA (Chris Green Book Awards) for 2017

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    02/01/2018 by Chris Green

    A quick look at some of the best books I read in 2017

  6. Facebook Group for The Goldilocks Zone

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    01/01/2018 by Chris Green

    There’s now a Facebook group for The Goldilocks Zone. Track us down!

Publication of The Goldilocks Zone

Launch day at Oak HillJanuary 18th, 2018
18 hours to go.

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God, Suffering and Joy

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

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