Gerard Kelly is co-founder, with his wife, Chrissie, of The Bless Network, an agency active in the UK, France, Croatia, Germany and Spain. Bless inspires and empowers young people to find their place in God's mission in the world. Gerard is a popular writer, speaker and poet. His latest book is a collection of 'twitturgies' - personal liturgies in 140 characters or less - and is published by Integrity Europe in 2012. Gerard and Chrissie live in Normandy, France, where Bless is developing a missional community.
Gerard Kelly of the Bless Network in Europe gives guidance on how to pray in light of the Brussels attacks and a world where terror is on all of our doorsteps.
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Many Christians are discovering that the command and control styles of leadership don’t produce churches at the cutting edge of reaching the postmodern world. But what sort of leadership do we need? In his first of four articles, Gerard Kelly, author of 'Getting a Grip on the Future without losing your hold on the past', argues that a listening ear is crucial.
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You can learn a lot from looking at a light bulb. Just over 100 years ago physicist Max Planck did just that, and wondered what the steady, yellow glow around the bulb was caused by. The glow defied existing theories of the behaviour of light, and to explain it Planck had to invent the idea of the 'quantum', a tiny 'packet' of energy at the heart of light itself. Planck's solution soon had physicists the world over discussing the 'duality' of light – the idea that it functions both as a wave and as a particle. Out of this duality was born Quantum Theory – on which much of the science of the 20th century has been based.