06/12/2017 by Chris Green
When I illustrate, I’m looking for echoes of plausibility, and they are most plausible when they are fresh.
04/12/2017 by Chris Green
Our illustrations often don’t really work. Here are 11 danger signs.
15/11/2017 by Chris Green
When you hit on a secret sauce by accident, it’s worth jotting down what went into it, so that next time you can make it on purpose.
09/10/2017 by Chris Green
I do wonder, sometimes, if we go too hard with our plans too early, and the result is that we feel trapped by them.
06/10/2017 by Chris Green
The Prime Minister’s ‘frog-in-the-throat’ moment will be something that any preacher will know. It feels as though your entire speaking system has gone on lockdown. So what to do?
04/08/2017 by Chris Green
How can we be culturally ‘invisible’, so that people can hear what we’re saying with a minimum of interference?
20/04/2017 by Chris Green
I took the passage to a local coffee shop, and watched the customers. What does this passage have to say to 21st century urbanites, most of whom gave up on the god-idea years ago? How does this prise open their questions, address their fears and hopes, shift their distracted focus onto Christ?