Have been ill like never before… not that I felt like dying, but it’s a long time ago that I have been ill for about 2 weeks. I still feel a little strange today, but I got back to work anyway.I admit it is also somewhat my own fault, since I really wanted to go to London last week, which I did, but that did … Lees verder I’m back?
In the afternoon I went with Jon Horne (the main man in the Agape Workplace Initiative) to his place, to join in with one of their biblestudy groups. Tom Miller from Campus Crusade in Orlando, was there too. It was interesting to see his reaction to the Emails from Hotel Babylon series. He said he would never take American businessmen to a study like this. … Lees verder Spirituality of Jesus
Went to All Souls Church this morning. This is John Stott‘s church (well, he’s retired, or whatever they call it over there), a very positive and lively church in the heart of London. I heard this sermon (probably link will die in a few weeks) from a guy that just came back from Africa. Alltogether a good experience. After church we went straight to the … Lees verder Emails from Hotel Babylon
Today the AWI convention started. Yesterday I traveled to London, together with Alan Nagel (a Campus Crusade dinosaur from Texas) and a couple from Washington DC. I had planned to do a little sightseeing, but since I was still not feeling well, I went straight to the hotel and had some rest. In the afternoon I did make a little tour to Covent Garden, very … Lees verder AWI Convention
The place we’re staying is definitely not a recommendation. It is downtown London, just a couple of blocks from Oxford Street, but that is the only advantage as far as I am concerned. A number of the convention participants were booked in this place, and checking in was quite an experience. I arrived apart from the other Dutchies, but together with the Americans. The tenant … Lees verder Fawlty Towers?
Visited the Agape UK office in Birmingham today. [By the way: I flew with bmibaby.com – never heard of, but surely a good thing! Paid 6,80 for the ticket (!) and had a perfect seat.] Since we are in the middle of many changes, I thought it’d be good to see how our sister-organisations are doing things. I found out there are many similarities, but … Lees verder Agape UK visit
Have been ill since last Thursday, and it is not over yet… I left the office early on Thursday, shivering and shaking from fever. It is a funny sickness, in the morning I feel quite well, but around noon headache and fever come up and stay until the evening. So, I stay home today and tomorrow, hoping it will go away soon. I am planning … Lees verder Flu
Mira heeft even meegedaan met de Nationale Bijbeltest op tv. Nul fout, natuurlijk. Dat krijg je als er af en toe in leest. Lees verder Nationale Bijbeltest
The famous Dutch comedians Koot & Bie said already long ago that one of the major achievements in life is ‘to be mentioned’. They referred to potential candidates for positions in the forming of a new government, but it also applies to other circles in life. Anyway, yesterday was a day that I ‘was mentioned’, in the Dutch christian newspaper Nederlands Dagblad, and on top … Lees verder Mentioned
You’re the first to know: our latest newsletter has arrived! Read it here in Dutch (PDF, 430 Kb). In this issue: a family update, update on Agapè, a little story from our time in Romania and much more. Also: the announcement that this site will also become more prominent in our communications. Therefore: as of today, I will also blog in Dutch, especially concerning Agapè … Lees verder Newsletter 6