Monthly Archives: August 2011

bumbling in practice: schools

I have to be a little bit careful lest someone might get the impression that I go into schools purely to convert people. That would not be true; I still believe it is God the Holy Spirit who converts. I … Continue reading

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bumbling

Bumbling is an odd word to choose for even a semi-strategy about leadership and growth. Someone has said that I do intentional bumbling. Is that a contradiction in terms? Bumbling does resonate with the idea that one is not in … Continue reading

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more ramblings about bumbling

About a month or so ago, I was musing about the possibility of a book entitled Bumbling Leadership, Bumbling Growth. I am not much further forward with what might or might not be in it. I think though it would … Continue reading

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healing is for all?

October will see one of the oddest things I have done since coming to Bartley Green. I have invited my former bishop, who I admire tremendously, Graham Dow to lead a healing weekend.  Details are via the following link Healing … Continue reading

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