#AdventBookClub: Day 18: Seeking Silence and Eternity

Was exhausted last night so here’s yesterdays… I love the way that these two reflections work together: Poor old Zechariah. A perfectly understandable wobble in the face of apparently ridiculous news and he’s struck dumb for questioning. This is, as Maggi points out, apparently quite unfair since plenty of others have encountered God and demanded proof. Sara Not surprisingly, when he is told, Zechariah is incredulous – he can’t believe it.  He wants to know Continue Reading →

9 Stories About #DigitalParenting 06/12/13

Keeping track of a number of stories relating to ‘Raising Children in a Digital Age‘ in the news: Emotions in the digital sphere and the effect on future generations: We live in a strange age now where a large proportion of our daily interaction tends to take place online. This affects almost every generation, from children through to adults, most of whom are constantly digitally interacting with others, whether via business emails or social networking sites such Continue Reading →