This post is unlikely to interest any of my regular readers, but I'll post it here for the benefit of those who search for the solution to this exact problem. … Read more about Getting SuperStart for Firefox to load in blank tab
I've never used it, but I know a lot of people who do. For years, AVG have offered a free anti-virus product. You have to put up with the fact that it will put a signature on the end of your email messages, letting the recipient know that AVG Free scanned the email for viruses. … Read more about Time to stop using AVG Anti-Virus
Question: Who said this?
Christianity isn't a list of rules to follow or a strict theological code. It is primarily about a relationship with a God whose character means that he seeks a relationship with you. The Bible is full to the brim of accounts of God seeking a relationship with people who fail, and are then rescued from that failure by the God who loves them despite the fact that they hardly love him back.
My friend Steve Jeffery posted a short post on his minister's blog.
So short, it's hard to know which bit to quote.
And yet so wonderful, so true, and so necessary to be chewed over, that I think I'll just quote all of it.
John, in his Gospel, loves the motifs of light and dark. Nicodemus came to Jesus at night. When Judas slipped out of the last supper to betray Jesus, it was night.
John's account of the empty tomb records Mary Magdalene going to the tomb "while it was still dark".
This worries a few people, but it need not.
The worry is that Mark records 3 women going to the tomb "just after sunrise". He seems to want to highlight the fact that it was day time, so they could see where they were going and what they were witnessing. … Read more about Come and have breakfast
... That was the question I was asked by a member of our church one Wednesday morning, during our midweek Communion service.
We had just had readings on the great Christian hope - that one day, Jesus will return to this earth and renew it. It will be freed from its bondage to decay, all pain and suffering will go, and we'll live with Christ on earth together. Our ultimate hope is not in heaven, but on earth - life as it was meant to be. … Read more about How will we all fit?
I owe to my friend John Goulding the following observation:
In Jonah 4, God provided a plant to shield Jonah from the heat. The verb "to provide" is a key-word in Jonah - it's
In case you missed it, Drush has evolved recently.
Quick primer for beginners follows. (Although, if you haven't heard of Drush, the chances are this post was not written with you in mind. I blog about many subjects, and there aren't many readers who are interested in all of them!)
Drush stands for Drupal shell - it's a very powerful shell environment for managing Drupal sites using the command-line shell. … Read more about Installing the latest version of Drush