James Bay covers Florence and the Machine – Shake it off

4 Things I have learned about fruitfully facilitating a group process

I just spent the past 5 or 6 days facilitating a working group of people from 7 different cultures working in 4 distinct regions of the world and it was a great experience. It was a time of… Read More

A syrian Refugee, an elderly Turk and a Pharmacist | An early hour excursion into Istanbul

4:30am and we land in Istanbul airport into a flurry of activity. The airport buzzes like the brain activity of the city, gaining movement and energy before the eyes open and the day begins. We stand blearily picking… Read More

Friday (on saturday) link list | 21st November 2015

Well as you may have noticed the link list which used to be promised at least, on Fridays have been shy of turning up lately. Well, here’s a bumper one for you. As ever, As I flick through… Read More

Temper Trap – Sweet Disposition

Temper Trap – Sweet Disposition – LIVE

The Tom Bihn Synapse 25 | An (exhaustive) review

This post is the review of the The Tom Bihn Synapse 25, the bag I ended up buying after an obsessive two year research journey, I blogged that process here if you are interested | The Journey of… Read More

What is a Christian mystic

Read this linked article here

There is only Christ. He is everything and he is in everything

There is only Christ. He is everything and he is in everything.

What to do after the most brilliant years of human history?

I think that [Michael] Polanyi has given us a picture which accurately indicates where we are. The past 300 years, he says, have been the most brilliant in human history, but their brilliance was created by the combustion… Read More

Why colour-blindness and kingdom culture are not God’s idea

All of us at some point or another heard the gospel, and then those of us that sought to live it out did so in particular contexts and surroundings. It is rare that someone goes through their early… Read More