Category Archives: endurance

  1. Full Focus Planner from Michael Hyatt: discount

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    08/08/2017 by Chris Green

    Here’s a discount on Michael Hyatt’s latest offering. the Free to Focus planner. I think it’s the best productivity tool I’ve seen in years.

  2. That sermon, I didn’t enjoy

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    07/02/2017 by Chris Green

    We are pastors, and when we have a hard message, and we know the effect it will have, our hearts shift.

  3. The flappy sail – 6 tiny signs to pay attention to as you hit a new season at church

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    31/08/2016 by Chris Green

    Another sailing cliché that you can mull on as you still enjoy the remnants of that holiday glow.

    How can you tell if you’re positioned to get the best possible amount of energy from the wind, to get where you want to go?

    You listen, and you look. Because – ‘a flappy sail is not a happy sail.’

  4. 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.

  5. “I quit!” – when to accept a resignation

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    21/11/2013 by Chris Green

    I was a young assistant minister, and I’d been left in charge. The minister was away on sabbatical, and I …
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  6. Truth vs. Unity. Who wins?

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    15/11/2013 by Chris Green

    Life as a leader will be tough, and will demand self-discipline. But while it’s realistic to admit that it’s tough, …
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  7. Why does preaching hurt the preacher?

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    20/09/2013 by Chris Green

    Because, as someone said today, it’s like doing open-heart surgery, on yourself, without an anaesthetic, in public. Or at least …
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Publication of The Goldilocks Zone

Launch dayJanuary 18th, 2018
4 months to go.

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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