Plastic Jesus

7 12 2007

steve-o.jpgI welcome to my blog the hugely talented Stephen Opie.. master marketer and leader of the Oxygen congregation based in Wellington.

 

Stephen writes:

Can you see him? Can you feel him? Is he with you?

Three questions greeting you as you check out Fisherman Inc’s website. They’re interesting questions in themselves, but even more intriguing when you see what Fishermen Inc sell. Read the rest of this entry »

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Heaven Almighty

6 11 2007

russ-filming.jpgI welcome to my blog a good mate and Christian filmmaker, Russell Brown (no relation!). Russell has recently released a superb doco called Seven Days about a missionary in Zambia. Well worth checking out.

Recently I saw the movie, Evan Almighty and I was quite impressed with it until I heard that it was the most expensive comedy ever made. This grated with me. So I invited Russ to write a piece on the movie. As usual his ideas are thought provoking and challenging.

Russ writes: Read the rest of this entry »





Grace in your Face

24 10 2007

dan.jpgI welcome guest blogger Dan Lee, brains behind MinistryCamp and one of the guys who inspired me to have a serious look at blogging. So you should blame him really.

Dan shares his heart about God’s Grace… Read the rest of this entry »





The Longing for Relationship..

18 06 2007

frank.jpgI have the pleasure of welcoming a good mate of mine to the blog, The Very Revd Frank Nelson. I heard him preach this message recently and it really connected, so I asked him to create a shortened version for brownblog…

I take you… to have and to hold, from this day forward, for better, for worse, for richer, for poorer, in sickness and in health….

“We were made for each other.” Every happy couple feels that as they Read the rest of this entry »





The poet who loves plumbing

28 03 2007

On occasion brownblog will welcome guest bloggers. These are people who I think have something fantastic to say. The first guest blogger is Peter Barney who is Director of Scripture Union in Western Australia. Peter gives his take on leadership…

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