Five Books that Got Us Through 2020
There wasn’t a lot that was great about 2020, so like most people, we’re looking for the silver linings. One of our favourite parts of last year was the extra time we got to spend reading. Whether it was after putting the kids to bed, or listening to an audiobook while running errands around town, we’ve got a few books we thought we’d share here in no particular order. Prayer by Philip Yancey — This isn’t a new book, but it is a good one. If this year has left you a bit disillusioned with prayer and you find yourself...
One Weird Trick.
These 3 words have exerted their irresistible power over my pointer finger an embarrassing number of times.I can’t help but click.
Where were you when “it” happened?
So we did what the Irish always do in a crisis. We invited our friends over for a wee cup of tea, to share a few stories, songs, belly laughs and ugly cries in our living room via Instagram live and Facebook live. Nothing fancy, just some people being raw and real, desperate for connection with God and each other.Somewhere in the region of a million people tuned in to this first “Socially Distant Worship Club”.Our minds were absolutely blown. And the stories began to pour in from all around the globe.
I don't know.
The book of James puts it like this : “let every person be quick to hear, slow to speak, slow to anger…”