Sorry for such sporadic blogging this year… I have a blog post in the wings all about what things get squeezed to the periphery when you take on new work, or lose staff, and how this is kind of a natural and healthy kind of way to be more focused and efficient. And sadly: the Christian Reflections blog goes extinct in the face of this kind of productivity natural selection.
Anyway, here’s a roundup from the last few months’ tweets:
- Generous longform ABC article about a church planter assessed and coached through Geneva Push.
- My recent Uni Fellowship of Christians apologetic sermon-lecture responding to the comment ‘I don’t mind Jesus, but I hate the apostle Paul’
- It’s right to oppose Gay Conversion Therapy… depending in what you mean by GCT
- Some pretty sharp and useful critique of the Statement On Social Justice
- Rory Shiner at FIEC Conference on evangelistic optimism.
- A good warning here! “Your organisation might be plateaued if…”
- Another great article from Manager Tools! I can totally relate to this. It’s why often talking something through with someone else helps me solve my own problem while they listen in!