About this time of year, not unsurprisingly, everyone seems to be making New Years resolutions, which I’ve always thought is a rather strange tradition. They are always decisions to be better, do more (or less) of something, start something new etc etc. Why don’t people just start doing these things when they think of them. If [...]
Following a conversation on Facebook today (Halloween), I thought I’d write a quick article on two of the main things in my life (except coffee), Jesus and zombies. I became a fan of zombie films many years ago, while a Christian only about 4 years back. I know a bit about both but would definitely [...]
A short 4-point summary on the biblical book and character of Jonah, extracted from a bible study I put together a few months ago. It includes how sin can endanger others, why Jonah hated the Ninevites so much, how bad situations can be used for good, God’s love trumping sin, thinking outwards not inwards and where exotic Tarshish is.
The bible is made up of many different sized books; some easy to digest smaller books, while others are far greater in volume. For example Psalms and Jeremiah are stupendous in size, being about 43,000 and 42,000 words respectively. None-the-less, I always find it easier to follow a book when it’s bullet pointed, so here are [...]