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The Price of Football: What Christianity can learn from football fans?

The BBC Sport’s ‘The Price of Football’ study was released yesterday and it attempts to analyse what people are paying to go and watch football. ‘Even though our prices have gone up, our stadium is full and so we must be getting something right’ was a comment I heard from one club representative defending their price rise. 989 more words

Faith

Life's Most Important Bucket List

Bucket List?  Here is the No-Beatin’-Around-The-Bush-Bucket-List:
1)  Before you kick the bucket, get right with God!

God is an inner guide nudging, prompting, and urging humans toward a peaceful, joyous, loving, and morally excellent life. 117 more words

Religion

The Strange Appeal of Cucumbers and Garlic

Henry Blackaby, a man I have never met, has had a profound effect upon my Christian spirituality. Today as I listened to his talk from unit 8 of his course, “Experiencing God – Knowing and doing the will of God” (download available here… 629 more words

Faith

Come and Die

Dietrich Bonhoeffer famously said; “When Christ calls a man, he bids him come and die.” (The Cost of Discipleship)

Having read much of the current debate on human sexuality, gay ‘marriage’ etc. 610 more words

Faith

Cost of Discipleship: Part 2 - The Call

“And as He passed by He saw Levi, the son of Alpheaus sitting at the place of toll, and He said to HIim, Follow me. And he rose and followed him.” Mark 2.14… 525 more words

Food For Thought

Cost of Discipleship: Part 1- Cheap Grace

I like to consider myself a pretty avid reader. The fact that 4 of the 7 pieces of furniture in my room are bookshelves would probably suport that belief. 690 more words

Food For Thought

Twenty Questions: #17 What Must I Do To Be Saved? (Acts 16:30)

Today in our journey through some of the biggest questions in the Bible, we move from the most important question God can ask, “Do you love me?” to the most important question we can ask, “What must I do to be saved?” Immediately, I am struck by the urgency of it. 1,115 more words

Reflections