Can men read books by female authors on Christmas day?

Please don’t laugh, I’m being serious. What I’m asking here is can men read and learn from female authors? Goodreads analysis shows an overwhelming proportion of books read by both sexes, are by authors of the same gender. I know that statistics show that we prefer to read from authors of the same gender, thatContinue reading “Can men read books by female authors on Christmas day?”

Stories of a broken trellis- Matt

Retelling others stories so that we can process our own. Believing that the trellis could be as beautiful as its vine. Stories of a broken trellis is a series of anonymous blogs showing the impact of the “Blokes Worth watching” culture. These are written in response to an article written by Glen Scrivener in EN called “TheContinue reading “Stories of a broken trellis- Matt”

Stories of a broken trellis- Mike

Retelling others stories so that we can process our own. Believing that the trellis could be as beautiful as its vine. Stories of a broken trellis is a series of anonymous blogs showing the impact of the “Blokes Worth watching” culture. These are written in response to an article written by Glen Scrivener in EN called “TheContinue reading “Stories of a broken trellis- Mike”

Stories of a broken trellis – Kate

Retelling others stories so that we can process our own. Believing that the trellis could be as beautiful as its vine. Stories of a broken trellis is a series of anonymous blogs showing the impact of the “Blokes Worth watching” culture. These are written in response to an article written by Glen Scrivener in EN called “TheContinue reading “Stories of a broken trellis – Kate”

Stories of a broken trellis – Ruth

Retelling others stories so that we can process our own. Believing that the trellis could be as beautiful as its vine. Stories of a broken trellis are a series of anonymous accounts showing the impact of the “Blokes Worth watching” culture. These are written in response to an article written by Glen Scrivener in EN called “TheContinue reading “Stories of a broken trellis – Ruth”

Stories of a broken trellis – Sarah

Retelling others stories so that we can process our own. Believing that the trellis could be as beautiful as its vine. Stories of a broken trellis are a series of anonymous accounts showing the impact of the “Blokes Worth watching” culture. These are written in response to an article written by Glen Scrivener in ENContinue reading “Stories of a broken trellis – Sarah”

Stories of a broken trellis – Karen

Retelling others stories so that we can process our own. Believing that the trellis could be as beautiful as its vine. Stories of a broken trellis are a series of anonymous accounts showing the impact of the “Blokes Worth watching” culture. These are written in response to an article written by Glen Scrivener in ENContinue reading “Stories of a broken trellis – Karen”

Stories of a broken trellis – Mark

Glen Scrivener wrote an article in EN called the Blokes worth watching conveyer belt. There has been a huge response to his article and it seems to have touched a nerve. His examples are about a historic, specific situation. Yet the comments I’ve read and the experiences I’ve seen show that this is current and endemic.Continue reading “Stories of a broken trellis – Mark”

Stories of a broken trellis – Laura

Retelling others stories so that we can process our own. Believing that the trellis could be as beautiful as its vine. Glen Scrivener wrote an article in EN depicting the culture of favouritism and elitism within some of the UK churches. His examples are about a historic, specific situation. Yet the comments I’ve read andContinue reading “Stories of a broken trellis – Laura”

Why read together?

Passion for Evangelism Book Club 80% of New Year resolutions will be abandoned by February Every year more than 50% of people make New Year’s resolutions and that includes to read more books. Yet almost every study tells us that around 80% of these resolutions will be abandoned by February. Reading is hard Many ofContinue reading “Why read together?”