Dar es Salaam street level drawing

Came across this site via Creative Roots (a site I've grown to love): Dar Sketches, is a project set up by a London trained artist, Sarah Markes, who has lived in the Tanzanian city for a few years. She works…

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‘Quod scripsi, scripsi’ and the omniscience of Google

Earlier this week, I was speaking at a consultation of international seminary teachers (organised by Langham) about the educational potential provided by new technologies. We got onto blogging and its pros/cons - and especially how careful one needs to be…

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Steve Turner’s EVERYTHING

While we're in the mood for poetry, here's a nice little pithy number. EVERYTHING by Steve Turner Looks aren't everything. Luxury's not everything. Money's not everything. Health is not everything. Success is not everything. Happiness is not everything. Even everything…

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Kit Wright’s Only the Lonely

Q's been getting a bit too heavy recently - so here's some silliness from the wonderful poet, Kit Wright. The Orbison Consolations Only the lonely Know the way you feel tonight? Surely the poorly Have some insight? Oddly, the godly Also…

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Cold war faith in Romania

Having visited Romania a couple of times, and talked to a number of Romanians when in Hungary for the ELF, I had heard amazing stories of what Christians did during the dark days of the Ceauşescu regime. So I thought it…

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Q joins the British Library web archive

The British Library has been archiving all kinds of UK websites for 6 years now. It's an extraordinary project. Bizarrely enough, they decided to include Q (I filled out a form once when I was there, not imagining for a…

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The Tabernacle… in rural Norfolk!

Staying with the folks in Norfolk again for half term. In a nearby village, a friend of theirs (Lorie Lain-Rogers - see below) is part of a group (Call2Prayer) that has set up a 1:1 scale reconstruction of the OT…

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