Cabin Fever

Am getting cabin fever, I think. First it was the snow and then I got a horrible snuffly head cold which has kept me grounded for a couple of days.

Have not been able to accomplish terribly much over the last couple of days except to take once again to various lotions and potions.

Did manage to read a book which I will review in due course. Its Richard Giles’s latest liturgy book, At Heaven’s Gate: Reflections on Leading Worship. It is tempting to say that its Richard Giles’s latest version of the book he has written several times before, however, that would  be cruel and its better to think of it as a distillation of the best bits with a few new bits added. I think its a good book and a good thing for anyone who plans or leads worship to read.

What makes a good book? Well, I guess by calling it a good book, I intend to convey that the author shares a great many of the prejudices that I have whilst simultaneously challenging the rest of my prejudices in an interesting way.