Another batch of links for you to peruse from the best of my recent online reading.
Alan in Belfast, following Tech Camp, offers some suggestions for Church Technology.
Unashamed Workman carries a review (by Phil Dunn) of Listen Up by Christopher Ash.
Adrian Warnock warns pastors not to try to marry the church, she's already taken...
Phil Whittall asks about American Christians being obsessed with dead Brits, and Brits being obsessed with living Americans, which Dave Bish also discussed.
Bish also writes on the melodic line.
As bloggers recalled the start of the Troubles 40 years ago, Malachi O'Doherty warns against accepting the myths of the period.
Great photo this time comes from Daniel Owen, with a model-looking Cork from the top of St Anne's Shandon.
And for a laugh, and to give another version of the Bohemian Rhapsody, why not try the Sanctuarian Rhapsody:
"I'm just a pastor, nobody loves me!
He's just a pastor, called to the ministry,
Preaching his sermons for eternity!"