I have not wanted to write anything about Michael Jackson’s death. I have wanted to avoid pouncing on his life as some sort of cautionary tale. But perhaps Michael Jackson needs to be faced, to be spoken about – he was, after-all, a major cultural figure.
As I have reflected on his life and death, I have . . . → Read More: Michael Jackson: The Man in the Mirror
Below is a post written by a good friend of mine Charles Belcher sharing some thoughts raised by Lesslie Newbigin’s fantastic little book, Foolishness to the Greeks (Like anything by Newbigin, well worth a read!). Charles has been involved unofficially with Compass for a few years now and in order to widen the conversation carried on . . . → Read More: Opening up the conversation