Snippets from the interweb (25th October 2020)

A fracture in the stonewall Carl Trueman: ‘There is a sense in which it is encouraging for conservatives to see some LGBTQ+ individuals breaking with

Snippets from the interweb (18th October 2020)

Should we expect our jobs to make us happy? This is a really good analogy from Barnabas Piper. It doesn’t just apply to our work

Snippets from the interweb (11th October 2020)

It’s official: elite sport is willing to crack a few eggs (and your daughter’s head) for the sake of diversity Stephen McAlpine: ‘‚ÄúParticipation in sport

Snippets from the interweb (4th October 2020)

4 surprising ways to cheer your COVID-stressed pastor Christopher Ash: ‘Some while ago I wrote a short blog about how to put a spring in

Snippets from the interweb (27th September 2020)

What to do when everything you’ve worked for falls apart We have exactly this same problem in our community. Typically, it is asylum seekers who

Snippets from the interweb (20th September 2020)

Free but unwise I wrote about this last week here. Stephen McAlpine writes about another issue connected to the same incident. We both agree, defending

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