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Man I'm gonna be meditating on that for ages
Tempted to get every one to just read before doing any worship next time in church.

What does riskey worship really look like?

Which remind's me i must ask my freind if I can read his dissatation on the coalition between extreme sports and extreme worship


Fantastic timing....I'm preaching tonight on taking risks with and for God, who risks all for us. Thanks so much, jonny :-)

Richard Passmore

your mates dissertation is worth a read and his work on "flow" is very good. I have used the risk poem in quite a lot of youthwork training as well, and it is in Meet them where they're at. The whole notion of risking relationships to move forward fasinates me at the moment, thanks for the reminder of the poem. What goes around comes around!


great words!!! great blogspot!!!

from argentina

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