Saturday, September 20, 2008

Blog Review: Andy Moyle

Next up for a blog review is Andy Moyle and his blog Adventures of a Church Planter recounts just that. As always, take a look, leave a nice comment and take the chance to encourage a church planter.


Location: Kings Lynn, Norfolk, UK
Church: Gateway Church
Blog Birth: January 2007
Frequency: Average about 1 post a week for the last few months
Content: preaching, church planting, evangelism, some multimedia
Post length: Pretty snappy. 5 short paragraphs was the longest
Blog type: Powered by LifeType
Design: 2 column, white background with tab headers, giving it a more than a blog not quite a full website feel

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Lex Loizides


Lex Loizides blogs highlights from church history....

Born in London and raised in Sussex, Lex Loizides now lives with his wife, Jo, and their four children in Cape Town, South Africa. Lex and Jo have been involved in serving on the staff of local churches and helping plant churches in several countries as well as South Africa. Lex is a popular speaker at conferences and evangelistic missions with a passion and ability to bring people to Christ and equip the local church. He is an elder of the multi-racial Jubilee Community Church, Cape Town.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Where the Hell are you Going?

New blog no 53 and no4 by Matt Hosier (Matt Hosier, The Sermon Poole, The Worship Poole are the others) - this is a great project that invites thinking about ethics through story. First up is SEX. It's raw and readable. Go and read it, and leave Matt a comment about whether it's good, useful and readable...

Street encounters and other stuff

New blog added, this one by Wendy Mann from Bedford. That makes blog no 52 and 8 for the ladies - there's got to be more? Wendy is also the 3rd blogger from Bedford.

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Tim Keller

"KELLER uses literature, philosophy, conversations and reasoning to explain how faith in God is rational, held by people with intellectual integrity, with a deep compassion for those searching for the truth."

Tim Keller's outstanding apologetic book The Reason for God was recommended at Together on a Mission this year.

He's over in the UK in 2009 for a Newfrontiers leaders event.Also speaking at Oak Hill College in 2008/9 on preaching to the heart and urban church planting (book here).


Thursday, September 11, 2008

Connect

We've had the following request for help:

"Connect Enews is a regular e-newsletter that shares news from around the UK in between paper editions of Connect. These often focus on more local events and healings, and aims to encourage us as a family of churches.

We currently have about 2500 subscriptions, but would love to see that go up to 5000, which is where we think you bloggers can help! We have a web banner that can be easily used on a blog or webpage - the link to the image is http://nf1.2xstreamhosting.com/%7Enewfrontiers/connect/Connect-e.news-static-web-a.jpg. We'd like this image to link straight to the subscription page - http://newfrontiers.worldreach.biz/member/subscribe.html.

Please consider endorsing Connect E•news on your blog!"

Interview

Adrian Warnock has posted one of his video interviews today.  This one is of a political nature and in it he interviews a friend of his called Phillipa Stroud who is a candidate for the next general election. It's a fascinating interview.

You may know more about who she is, but best to let the video speak for itself.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Follow the blog...

Just to get an idea of who's reading this regularly, I've added the new follow widget from blogger. Normally I wouldn't leave these things at the top, so I might move it later on, but so it can catch your eye...there it is...to the right.

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Steve Tibbert begins blogging

Steve Tibbert, lead elder at King's Church Catford, has just started blogging, you can read his blog here. Steve is planning on writing for his church but also a regular article for other leaders. Stop by and say hello. That makes 50 Newfrontiers bloggers so far, by the way - not bad at all.

(HT: To Matt Hosier for the tip off)

My Blog List

Tuesday, September 23, 2008

Terry Virgo responds to Driscoll

If you haven't already read this, then correct that now...

Saturday, September 20, 2008

Blog Review: Andy Moyle

Next up for a blog review is Andy Moyle and his blog Adventures of a Church Planter recounts just that. As always, take a look, leave a nice comment and take the chance to encourage a church planter.


Location: Kings Lynn, Norfolk, UK
Church: Gateway Church
Blog Birth: January 2007
Frequency: Average about 1 post a week for the last few months
Content: preaching, church planting, evangelism, some multimedia
Post length: Pretty snappy. 5 short paragraphs was the longest
Blog type: Powered by LifeType
Design: 2 column, white background with tab headers, giving it a more than a blog not quite a full website feel

Thursday, September 18, 2008

Lex Loizides


Lex Loizides blogs highlights from church history....

Born in London and raised in Sussex, Lex Loizides now lives with his wife, Jo, and their four children in Cape Town, South Africa. Lex and Jo have been involved in serving on the staff of local churches and helping plant churches in several countries as well as South Africa. Lex is a popular speaker at conferences and evangelistic missions with a passion and ability to bring people to Christ and equip the local church. He is an elder of the multi-racial Jubilee Community Church, Cape Town.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Where the Hell are you Going?

New blog no 53 and no4 by Matt Hosier (Matt Hosier, The Sermon Poole, The Worship Poole are the others) - this is a great project that invites thinking about ethics through story. First up is SEX. It's raw and readable. Go and read it, and leave Matt a comment about whether it's good, useful and readable...

Street encounters and other stuff

New blog added, this one by Wendy Mann from Bedford. That makes blog no 52 and 8 for the ladies - there's got to be more? Wendy is also the 3rd blogger from Bedford.

Saturday, September 13, 2008

Tim Keller

"KELLER uses literature, philosophy, conversations and reasoning to explain how faith in God is rational, held by people with intellectual integrity, with a deep compassion for those searching for the truth."

Tim Keller's outstanding apologetic book The Reason for God was recommended at Together on a Mission this year.

He's over in the UK in 2009 for a Newfrontiers leaders event.Also speaking at Oak Hill College in 2008/9 on preaching to the heart and urban church planting (book here).


Thursday, September 11, 2008

Connect

We've had the following request for help:

"Connect Enews is a regular e-newsletter that shares news from around the UK in between paper editions of Connect. These often focus on more local events and healings, and aims to encourage us as a family of churches.

We currently have about 2500 subscriptions, but would love to see that go up to 5000, which is where we think you bloggers can help! We have a web banner that can be easily used on a blog or webpage - the link to the image is http://nf1.2xstreamhosting.com/%7Enewfrontiers/connect/Connect-e.news-static-web-a.jpg. We'd like this image to link straight to the subscription page - http://newfrontiers.worldreach.biz/member/subscribe.html.

Please consider endorsing Connect E•news on your blog!"

Interview

Adrian Warnock has posted one of his video interviews today.  This one is of a political nature and in it he interviews a friend of his called Phillipa Stroud who is a candidate for the next general election. It's a fascinating interview.

You may know more about who she is, but best to let the video speak for itself.

Wednesday, September 10, 2008

Follow the blog...

Just to get an idea of who's reading this regularly, I've added the new follow widget from blogger. Normally I wouldn't leave these things at the top, so I might move it later on, but so it can catch your eye...there it is...to the right.

Thursday, September 4, 2008

Tuesday, September 2, 2008

Steve Tibbert begins blogging

Steve Tibbert, lead elder at King's Church Catford, has just started blogging, you can read his blog here. Steve is planning on writing for his church but also a regular article for other leaders. Stop by and say hello. That makes 50 Newfrontiers bloggers so far, by the way - not bad at all.

(HT: To Matt Hosier for the tip off)