Here are nine signs that your friend might be a spoonie but hasn't said anything.
And another one. In this post I answer eleven questions from Grace at Proclaiming His Excellencies. She was kind enough to tag me for the Leibster Award.
Finishing your first draft is a highly emotional experience. Many people think that it is the end of writing a book but I'm afraid it is only the beginning...
It's cold. And wet. And miserable. So let's talk about something warm and lighthearted for a change. Here's my five favourite teas (with bonus honourable mentions!).
Because what fun would life be if it was actually easy?
Every culture and sub-culture has its own unique language. Each uses words and phrases which either mean something different to their normal usage or simply don't exist outside of that particular circle. Evangelism is no different. *Note: Evangelism is a form of culture but that's a discussion for another day* There are phrases and abbreviations … Continue reading The Complete Tracter’s Dictionary (Abridged Version)
I am currently finishing up a degree in Theology and if I've learned anything in my four years here it's that people just have no clue about independent churches. It makes for fascinating but frustrating conversation. This is not a heartbreaking account of Scottish church history with its splits and counter splits, it is a guided glimpse into the deepest, darkest, least explored corner of Everyone Else.
With only a week left until I'm twenty, I think that maybe it's about time that I wrote this to you. Maybe twenty seems old to you and I'll admit that I've never imagined myself at this age. I think that I was sixteen for so long that I kinda got stuck there which meant … Continue reading Things You Should Know (From One Teenager to Another)