This work is licensed under a Creative CommonsAttribution 3.0 Unported License. 3 April: DO rd http://j.mp/ClickZone4 Dr Bex Lewis Director: Digital Fingerprint; The Big Bible Project Research Fellow in Social Media & Online Learning, CODEC, University of Durham
‘Speak up and judge fairly, defend the rightsof the poor and needy.’ (Prov 31:8).We want to take part and show our nationwho our God is.
@EnoughFoodIf• For those who want to know more, there’s a seminar at 3.45pm.• Do take a church pack back to your church – get them at the marketplace stand• Tweet your support #IF #SH2013• You may spot George Osborne on site on Day 5. Do not be alarmed. Image Credit: Twitter
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Love our neighbour as ourselves?“…Out of a commitment to an ideal of Christian relatedness that sees us all as God’s children, each worthy of attention and care.” (p.145)Where is the balance between conserving our sanity/deeper relationships, and ensuring that all feel valued? What about friendship ‘clearouts’?
Martin Luther King• “Take the first step in faith. You don’t have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step.” - Image Credit: RGBStock
Dr John TownsendThe best people in theworld aren’t those whonever fail – but those whofail and learn somethingfrom it. I hope that yourgoal in life isn’t to slidesafely into deathnot having screwed upmuch.
Some good advice from @ianaspin: Care for others - genuinely Know that the world doesn’t revolve around you Be ‘remarkable’, be different Earn the right to have others take notice of you Be grateful if ONE person cares what you’re doing Have something to say that matters Do stuff that matters – make an impact Strive to bring value to everyone you connect with Be fantastically generous with our time, money, and kindness Be outrageously committed to making the world better It’s all about relationships – build & nurture them Thanks @ianaspin (http://bigbible.org.uk/2010/10/the-eleven-commandments/)