Building the Church: Blog posts from all the Highfields Contributors in 2013...
Thoughts on a Summer evening.
Don Carson in his own dynamic way opens up the historic events, which took place over one weekend in Jerusalem about two thousand years ago and considers their significance.
Picnic Post
Under a grey sky last Sunday I found myself sitting in a chair, cold and alone, having sponges full of river water being thrown at my face.
Still learning
Summer in Italy is a different animal...
Summer in the City
City life changes in the Summer, just as the city itself.
Calm My Anxious Heart: a woman's guide to finding contentment
We struggle with anxiety so if you want to try to win that struggle in God’s strength by identifying and changing what’s at the heart of the problem then read this book!
Rarely a dull moment
When church throws up a pleasant surprise...
It's still Summer
The Torinese return to work...
Getting your kids through church without them ending up hating God
The problem Parsons sets out to deal with is the number of young people who leave church as soon as they can. He believes that in this they are not turning their back on God but rather what we have presented to them as church
Early or not at all
Early mornings in Torino
Habakkuk's journey
Reflecting on recent sermons in Habakkuk.
Taking stock
A weekend well-spent...
Bible Overview
Most evangelical Christians will agree that the Bible is all about Jesus but Levy takes that a little bit further and states that we actually see Jesus in the Old Testament more than you think.
Looking on the beauty of God
Have you had one of those "never noticed that before" moments lately?
Change of scene
A change of space for work and ministry...
When you're forced to stop
The eight-year old Mozart is said to have written his first symphony when stuck at home with a cold. Unfortunately all you're getting is this lousy blog post...
There was a time
Something happens between then and now, but I'm not sure what it is exactly, I'm not sure if I like it.
You Can Change
This book gently takes you through a biblical understanding of why we sin, why we should want to change and how that process of change is rooted in faith and a desire to glorify God above all else.
Old windows
Noticing things which should not have gone unnoticed.
Common denominators
When rugby came to Torino...

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