Do accidents just happen? Or do we encourage bad driving by designing cars where we do less of the driving? Have we hard wired a consumer ethic into our automated technologies of distraction in our quest for freedom? 9 minutes read
It’s not just churches that are dying. Covid will hit church denominations as we emerge into a new post Covid world. Increased volatility will disrupt denominational structures throwing up new challenges for church leaders.
The number one question for many of us in church leadership this last year has been, what will church look like coming out of Covid lockdown into a new kind of normal? Will we recover and get back to a… Read More ›
Welcome to Melbourne. The most locked down city in the world. Us Aussies are a compliant lot, but a year and a half of six lock downs are taking their toll on the easy going ‘she’ll be right mate’ attitude…. Read More ›
Nothing is what it seems. A chair is not just a prop nor is a bug just a virus. How do we know what’s real from fake? A fun intro to metaphysics that won’t hurt your brain. 8 minute read.
With everything going on in the world right now there is a lot to worry about – COVID, Afghanistan, climate change. Should we keep worrying or is it possible to save the world and stop zebras from losing their stripes? 10 minute read.
a poem to wake the soul
When the Church Left the Building – reflections on COVID-19 and the digital streamed church from Bonhoeffer’s Gestapo “lock down”
What happened to the church when we left the building in COVID-19 lockdown? Are we still the church when we meet online fragmented by time and space? Dietrich Bonhoeffer helps us think through these questions writing under Nazi persecution of the Confessing Church in Germany. 7 minutes read