In the course of my travels around the internet, I often come across helpful links and resources that I feel others might find useful too.
In these posts, I want to share them with you.
P.S. Please also let me draw your attention to our September livestream-only event:
Peter and Christine Jensen have always cherished Ephesians 2:10: “For we are his workmanship, created in Christ Jesus for good works, which God prepared beforehand that we should walk in them”. As a result, over the decades, it is their daily prayer that they will “seek and find the good works that [God] have prepared for us to walk in”.
For the Jensens, work is not merely one’s paid occupation, but the service of one’s whole life. This means that the Christian school student works—as does the Christian retiree. This also means that a talk on this subject is for everyone.
Topics that will be addressed in this seminar include: time and how to use it; relationships and how our work serves others; age and how we can be active even if we are no longer able to leave home; aloneness and how we cope with loss; money and generosity; and hope and joy.
This is a joint event with The Gospel Coalition Australia.
This article looks at the trend in our society to flatten distinctions between men and women and some of the implications of that.
This article looks at some of the complexities of male-female relationships and the two opposite positions that have emerged as to how to relate—familial and adversarial.
Let’s talk: Finding a mentor and being a mentor by Jasmine Holmes, Melissa Kruger and Jackie Hill Perry 24/07/2020
This podcast discusses what it means to be a spiritual mentor: Jasmine, Melissa and Jackie discuss who has mentored them and who they have mentored, and how women can find a mentor.
This blog post interacts with a recent Christianity Today article that looks at some statistics of how many evangelicals in the USA support women preaching to a mixed congregation.
This article is over 20 years old, but much of what it says about feminism and how it interprets the Bible is still true today.
In this short mp3, Rebekah Hannah answers some important questions about caring for people who have suffered miscarriage. Rebekah is a counsellor who has counselled people who have suffered miscarriage. In addition, she has suffered miscarriage herself.
In 2015, John Piper interviewed JI Packer. This superb interview had never been released until now. Packer and Piper cover a number of topics.
Theologian JI Packer died on July 17, aged 93. Peter Jensen and Mark Thompson share their thoughts on the extraordinary gift God gave us in Packer. This is an excellent interview that is well worth listening to whether you have heard of JI Packer or not.
Moore College had the enormous privilege of having JI Packer deliver the 1978 Annual Lecture. This is a series of five lectures. The recordings are not always of great quality since they are from 1978, but they are definitely worth sticking with, and it’s such a joy that we have this excellent resource on video.