Tagged with Practitioner

Zero discipline and quantum physics

Zero discipline and quantum physics

I am possibly one of the more disciplined people I know.  In fact, some of my friends seem to think I run my life on six-minute slots* after my lawyer days where one of those six-minute slots would set you back twenty quid or so.  (I feel obliged always at this point to clarify that … Continue reading

Counter-cultural community

Counter-cultural community

As I contemplate the trajectory of culture, my heart feels heavy.  I don’t know whether that should ever be the case, given the God whom we serve, but I feel weighed down by the sheer size of the task.  Our vision at LifeGiving to become an outward-reaching community of disciples is perhaps more counter-cultural than … Continue reading

The wrong yoke

The wrong yoke

God spoke to me quite powerfully recently.  In the college chapel of all places.  I say of all places because it’s not the place you’d choose really to have one of those charismatic meltdown moments, those moments where one minute you’re minding your own business and then the next God comes in unexpectedly, reducing you … Continue reading

An academic fresh wildness?

An academic fresh wildness?

Some months ago I photographed the page of a book I was reading because something about the language and the ideas captivated me.  I found it again last week on my iPad and, as I reread it, I began to wonder if this is an example of what fresh wildness might look like in academic … Continue reading