Here’s another collection of links.
Alan Hirsch quotes D T Niles on planting the Gospel in different cultures.
The team at Think Christian ask, What if Starbuck’s used church marketing? You have to see this video. LOL without a doubt.
A thief apologises and makes restitution – it’s headline news.
Oxford researchers list top 10 most annoying phrases. What about other contenders?
How to speed-read. Any other tips?
Shady dealings by Tesco. Want bread with your music magazine?
Richard Thompson has a different idea of what attracts him to the ladies:
In troubling times, consumers flock to online psychics. A business school professor observes, “You have an illusion then that you can then control the outcome. People want the illusion of control.”
A List Apart has an article on working from home, with tips from readers.
For the geeky among our Jewish friends, a motherboard menorah.
Glitter hit axed from music GCSE: so even before he was a convicted paedophile, they hadn’t noticed the line in the lyric that says, “I’m the man who put the bang in gang”?
It isn’t just Christians who believe the credit crunch is as much about values, trust and integrity as anything else.
Origins – the missional network based on an evangelical theological basis formed by Scot McKnight, Dan Kimball, Erwin McManus, Skye Jethani and others. I’m thinking of signing up.
Well, that will do for now. I’ll try to put another list together for next week.