Monday, May 31, 2010

May 2010 Review

The last day of May, and a Bank Holiday Monday at that. Time for another review of what's been happening this month on the blog and in real life. 31 posts, one per day on average, although blog posts are like buses! 145 so far this year, which is well down on last year, but not bad for 151 days of the year gone.

May was the month of the UK General Election, and it received some coverage on the blog. There was the second round of election communications reviews, as well as a comment on polling day, and some analysis of the results. That'll do us for elections for a long time. What, you mean there's another two elections next year?!

My preaching this month consisted of Genesis 27 (audio), Revelation 5 (audio), Colossians 3, and Genesis 29 (audio). We also had another three installments in my Zephaniah series: Lame Leaders, Correction or Corruption, and Pure Speech.

I managed to read and review a few books this month, including Dark Fire by CJ Sansom, Changing the World (Through Effective Youth Ministry) by Ken Moser, The Gospel in Revelation by Graeme Goldsworthy, John Stott: The Making of a Leader by Timothy Dudley-Smith, The Road by Cormac McCarthy, and The Books The Church Suppressed by Michael Green. I also reviewed Tales of the Unexpected DVD and book.

May was also puppy month, with the addition of Pippa to our household. Dog days are just beginning.

My favourite post of the month was Dundonald Dodgems, but what was yours?

The 365 photo-a-day project continues, and this month's favourite picture has to be What Time Is It?

122/365:2010 What Time Is It?

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