"Christian" Blogs & Blog Posts

Clothed With SackclothClothed With Sackcloth

Chris is a design-graduate from london and heads up the student and 20'...

 
Digital Evangelism IssuesDigital Evangelism Issues

The DEI blog focuses on news and ideas for any type of Christian digital ou...

 
Feathering My NestFeathering My Nest

I'm a wife and mother four children. I love to cook, garden, shop, dec...

 
James HenleyJames Henley

Thoughts on missional faith for a new generation. The blog of James Henley ...

 
Plain StuffPlain Stuff

-- a little of this, some of that, and a whole lot of other stuff --- p...

 
Christian QuoterChristian Quoter

English Christian male who is not backward in coming forward with opinions

 
childrensministerblog.comchildrensministerblog.com

Ideas, free resources, reflections and activities for the busy children...

 


Posting Frequency on "christian"


Percent:  
Distinct:  


Latest Blog Posts



After their marriage in 1906, American expats Nancy and 2nd Vis­count Wal­dorf Astor moved in­to Cliveden, a large country estate in Bucks on the River Thames. There Nancy became a wealthy, prominent hostess for the upper class. Or in th...

Susie Harries’ Nikolaus Pevsner: The Life is an interesting book because it focuses on my hero’s personal life rather than his lecture notes. Nikolaus Pevsner (1902–1983) was born in Leipzig into a com­fortable and cultivated Jewish family. Fa...

Byzantine ChurchThe Byzantine Empire was vast, powerful civilisation traced back to 330 AD when the Roman emperor Constantine I (272–337) dedicated a New Rome. Constantine I had been a pagan before he con­verted to Christian­ity and after he died...

Rose Elizabeth Fitzgerald was born in Boston (1890-1995), oldest child of John Honey Fitz Fitzgerald, as I noted. In their first 18 years of marriage, Rose gave birth to 9 children from Joseph Jr in 1915 to Edward in 1932.Ambassador Joseph Kennedy an...

Winnipeg is at the geographic heart of Canada, with a population of 730,000. For the city’s most exciting sites, thank you to the Manitoba Historical Society and to my late mother’s large family in Winnipeg.1. The Forks was made a nation­al hist...

Zlin was a small town in the Moravia region of Czech­oslov­akia with a population of only 3,000 at the end of the C19th. Bata Shoes’ first factory was opened in Zlin in 1894 by Tomas Bata, (1876–1932) a Czech foot­wear empire that eventually g...

Prior to 1347, there had been plague in Eur­ope, but its effects were geographically limited. Peasants worked for noble landlords in exchange for prot­ection and use of land i.e a feudalist sys­tem. Thus most peasants were impover­ish­ed serfs w...