Hunter Bible Church have been doing an evangelistic series on ethics, covering topics such as death, racism, environmentalism and poverty. In the sermon on sex, Greg Lee quotes this article from TIME magazine (1994) which reports the following findings on sex in America: Married couples have the most sex and are
On the Eternity website.
Check it out. We will def try this next year on campus. Will you?
Steve over at Communicate Jesus is seeking insights into the use of church email newsletters. I said I'd post an example of ours here. I aim to make the weekly email newsletter readable in one page without having to scroll. I think that's important for almost all email
Over on my other blog. I just started posting it there, even though I often post stuff about organisation on Christian Reflections.
From The Archer and the Arrow: 1. Preachers are absolutists in an age of relativism 2. Preachers call for repentance 3. Preachers risk offending the powerful 4. Popular prophets are either dead or foreigners 5. People want to catch us out 6. Preachers risk being misunderstood 7. Preachers avoid balance (p 108-114)
Some great, honest reflections from the keynote address from our recent UTAS Uni Fellowship of Christians Alumni Dinner: Anyway, shortly afterwards, Uni ended and I had to get a job. So what next? To keep a healthy sense of perspective, my closest group of friends (most of them non-Christian) made
From The Archer and the Arrow: [C]ommunication happens in a created context for human beings - a context that is scarred by sin and affected by the limitations of being human. To express this theologically: part of the preacher's job is to be aware than any act of