Thursday, June 30, 2011

June 2011 Review

Another month comes to a close, we're now halfway through the year. Tonight's post brings us to 23 for this month and 164 for the year thus far. What's been happening this June?

There were some book reviews, on A Time to Dance by Stanley Gamble, Collected Writings on Scripture by DA Carson, This Momentary Marriage by John Piper, How the Irish Saved Civilization by Thomas Cahill and One-to-One Bible Reading by David Helm. I also wrote an article for Lawkit called Fully Booked.

My preaching this month was from Acts 1, Ephesians 3 as well as in a series on the Apostles' Creed, on God the Father Almighty, Jesus Christ: his identity, his work, and what he's doing now. There was also a bumper edition of sermon audio.

As well as proving that I'm an eejit, there were reflections on moving house, celebrating the anniversary of my ordination, launching a new church website, visiting Roselawn Crematorium and thinking about the king's yoke. We also had the Church of Ireland twits, and some signposting on Ascension Day.

My favourite post of the month had to be Fully Booked, while my photo of the month was Daisy, Daisy:

Daisy, Daisy

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