1. Some more on Dark MOFO by EternityNews with me saying stuff ABC didn’t quote me on in their published piece.
  2. In 18 years of public ministry, I don’t THINK I’ve ever preached on Job before. Here’s chapters 4-11.
  3. Having experienced a teeny tiny revival here in Tassie in late 1990s it wad fascnating to listen to this conversation.
  4. Live in Perth? I’d love to have you join @Roryshiner and myself at the ‘Productive Pastor’ event at the end of July!
  5. A hippie Christian family band in the thick of the 90s alternative secular music scene, Danielson were something special. I remembered them tonight and shared a few music videos with Esther. Which, of course, she loved. Just brilliant.
  6. Good analysis from @mpjensen I prefer responses like this which focus on the gospel rather than those which focus on outrage at progessive blasphemy. But there are truths in both perspectives of course.
  7. Talking @abchobart this morning with @rykgoddard about the Dark Mofo inverted crosses again at 1 hour 51 minutes.
  8. I don’t think I saw this article back when it was published: why Perimeter Church, Atlanta stopped doing multi-site.
  9. Stephen Fry on same team of this debate on Political Correctness as Jordan B Peterson. “Many people said I must not appear on same team as JBP … which is precisely why I believe I should”

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Xian Reflections is written by Mikey Lynch.

Mikey graduated from the University of Tasmania with a Bachelor of Arts in 2002. In 2000 he became one of the founding leaders of Crossroads Presbyterian Church where he was the lead pastor for 7 years from 2003.

Mikey now works as the Campus Director of the University Fellowship of Christians, University of Tasmania, Hobart. Mikey is the chairman of The Vision 100 Network (Tasmania) and a founding director of Geneva Push (national) – both church planting networks. He is also a chaplain at Jane Franklin Hall and the chairman of New Front Door: the Church IT Guild.

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