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Over to you: What are your top 5 books ever?

OK I’m a major book nerd freak enthusiast.  I am ALWAYS reading.  I take books to the supermarket, I read books whilst I wait in the queue to pass into Spain…… I even once was caught reading a book whilst … Continue reading

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On Writing (Stephen King)

I have just finished reading On Writing by Stephen King.   There are several gems to take home in this book (If you can stomach the language, that is….. definitely not grandma’s cup of tea).  These are a couple to whet your appetite: … Continue reading

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Reading the Bible with the damned (Bob Ekblad)

This book has been part of my summer reading.  I am really digging Bob Ekblad.  It reads like a person’s struggles to contextualise and incarnate the good news – thank the Heavens it’s not another stale volume on evangelism or missional … Continue reading

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Never eat alone – by Keith Ferrazzi

I have just finished reading Never eat alone, by Keith Ferrazzi. Some good points are to be found in this tome, worthy of immediate application. Ferrazzi sees a world in which your network, or circle, or tribe, now occupies the … Continue reading

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Book Review: Red Moon Rising

  I have recently finished this gem of a book that had been lying on my humongous reading pile for too long.  I have been really impacted by the message, and the heart behind, this little red book.  For those … Continue reading

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Leading your tribe

I just finished reading Seth Godin’s book “Tribes” and have just been fired-up with its message of radically changing the rules of the game through the fluid, cause-based, leadership of communities that he aptly terms “Tribes”. Anybody who is involved … Continue reading

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Clowning in Rome – Reflections on Solitude, Celibacy, Prayer and Contemplation

Clowning in Rome – Reflections on Solitude, Celibacy, Prayer and Contemplation (By: Henri J. M. Nouwen) Our cultures have pretty much put aside the values of solitude, celibacy, prayer and contemplation. As a result, we experience emptiness in our hearts … Continue reading

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