"Christian" Blogs & Blog Posts

childrensministerblog.comchildrensministerblog.com

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

 
James HenleyJames Henley

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

 
Ft. Hard KnoxFt. Hard Knox

Helping conservatives become more effective online.

 
Feathering My NestFeathering My Nest

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

 
Clothed With SackclothClothed With Sackcloth

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

 
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

 


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China’s old cities were thriving commercial centres, especially in silk production. In the later C13th, during the rule of Kublai Khan, China’s silk industry reached a great level of soph­is­tication. The guilds had established meticulous pay s...

I like Grace Cossington Smith’s art very much, but was surprised to see a historical scene, rather than her more usual images of contemporary life. More about her later. Soon after the first load of convicts arrived at Sydney Cove in 1788, Gov Phil...

Lasting only from May-Sept 1212, the Children’s Crusade was a popular religious movement in which thousands of young people took crusading vows and set out to rec­over Jerusalem from the Muslims. This was probably not as surprising an event back t...

We have become a generation of point scorers and “mic droppers”. Don’t you think, looking over the news, your social media feeds, even your lunch tables at work? Nobody seems to want to get to the truth. People just want to score points...

A settlement called Portus Cale was founded on the north bank of the Duoro River in the C4th BC. But nothing much was known before Porto was recovered in 868 AD from the Moorish empire.Sao Bento Railway Station1900-1916Prince Henry the Navigator ...

The Nabataean Kingdom once stretched from Dam­ascus and in­cl­uded parts of the Sinai. Located amid rugged desert canyons and mountains in what is now the SW corner of Jor­dan, Petra was once a thriving trad­ing centre and the capital of this ki...

The Rock of Gibraltar is a nar­row sandy isthmus off the Iberian Pen­in­sula. Being limestone, the 6sq km Rock is riddled with 140+ caves. Off the eastern cliffs of the rock a flat, sandy plain stret­ched out towards the Mediterranean.T...