Book Review: Boundaries by Cloud & Townsend (1992)

I bought this book in 2006, read the book cover-to-cover, and have since encountered many people who have found it helpful. Written from an openly Christian perspective, this book investigates 'the God-given gift of boundaries', aiming to allow us to take responsibility and ownership for our lives - allowing us not just to survive, but to thrive. We can't take responsibility for the behaviour of others, but we can prayerfully (and practically) take responsibility for…

Book Review: Longing for More by Ruth Haley Barton

I read this book right-through on my return from my travels round the world, as I looked for a way to re-connecting with living a life more real for God for the previous 6 weeks spiritual study/sermons has pretty much gone out the window as I gorged myself on Latin American scenery - and I was feeling the worse for it. How can I possibly lead others when my own spiritual discipline is so poor…

Book Review: The Normal Christian Life by Watchman Nee

The Normal Christian Life is a book by Watchman Nee first delivered as a series of addresses to Christian workers who were gathered in Denmark for special meetings in 1938 and 1939. The talks were later compiled into a book by Angus Kinnear and were first published in 1957 in Bombay, India. In The Normal Christian Life, Watchman Nee presents foundational principles for the Christian life and walk drawing primarily from the book of Romans.…

Strube: The World’s Most Popular Cartoonist, 2004

Strube: The World's Most Popular Cartoonist Author: Dr Tim Benson Publisher: Political Cartoon Society ISBN: 0954900804 This first biography on the life of Sidney Strube not only offers a cartoon journey through 20th Century British History, but also an insight into the world of editorial cartooning during its heyday. Strube was the editorial cartoonist of the Daily Express between 1912 and 1948. During these years, he assisted in making the Daily Express the best selling…

Posters: Persuasion and Subversion

V&A, 12th-13th June, 1998 The effectiveness of the poster as a publicity medium and the pervasiveness of the poster image were examined in the context of developments in 20th century graphic communication. The conference examined the history of the poster from the 'artistic' posters of the late 19th century, to the large-scale billboard campaigns of the modern day, which are an inescapable feature of the modern landscape. Margaret Timmers edited a great text "The Power…
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