Friday, April 30, 2010

April 2010 Review

Well, another month is drawing to a close and we're a third of the way through 2010. It's time for another recap of what's been happening on the blog. This is the 37th posting of the month, the 114th thus far in 2010.

In church, I've been preaching on Luke 24 (audio), 2 Peter 1 (audio), Genesis 25 (audio), and Daniel 11 (audio). All over the place, in terms of Bible location, but hopefully not in terms of exposition!

In preparation for next week's General Election, we've been getting political on the blog, first with the observation that Dundonald has shifted constituencies, then with reviews of the election communications in East Belfast from the UCUNF, Alliance, DUP, SDLP, and TUV. Nothing has been received from Sinn Fein, so I can't review what I don't have...

We began the month continuing the book reviews from my holiday reading, and managed to get another two books read in April, both on the resurrection. This month there are reviews from: Awakening by David Robertson, The Last King of Scotland by Giles Foden, God's Word Trilogy by Alan Stibbs, Becoming Conversant with the Emerging Church by Don Carson, Living Sacrifice by Helen Roseveare, Raised With Christ by Adrian Warnock, and Lifted by Sam Allberry.

This month I also began a series of postings based on the book of the prophet Zephaniah which will hopefully be completed in May: A Clean Sweep, Complacency, The Day of Distress, Seek and Hide, The Wasteland World.

There was also a McFlurry's McLinks. My favourite video was the Silent Monks, and my favourite post was Seek and Hide.

The 365 project is continuing - 120 days finished now, and my favourite photo from April's offerings was The Opera House:
105/365:2010 The Opera House

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