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. Just another reminder about our September livestream-only event:
This is a joint event with The Gospel Coalition Australia.
Introducing Rachel Sloan, our new Women’s Ministry coordinator, FIEC UK by Phil Topham and Rachel Sloan 06/08/2020
In this 13-minute video, Phil Topham interviews Rachel Sloan about her new ministry position with FIEC UK, where she will begin in September 2020. Rachel will help look after and support women’s workers on the staff of FIEC churches throughout the UK. Rachel reflects on some of the things that FIEC UK is getting right about the ministries of women and men, Complementarianism, some of the things that can continue to be improved upon, and some of her hopes for her role.
Simonetta Carr is a mother and author, and she has written a number of books for children about various figures in church history. This is a brief article where she outlines some of the reasons why it is important to teach church history to children truthfully, and she argues that children can often handle a lot more truth than we think they can.
This article looks at what it means to be a strong woman in light of what some of our culture is saying, and also some of the differences between men and women.
This is the second sermon in a three-part series that was preached at Moore College chapel by my friend and colleague Lionel Windsor. This sermon series is an excellent example of expositional preaching, and how a right understanding of the text leads to right application for our hearers. Lionel touches on a number of things—including the nature of ministry, what the gospel is, humility, achievement, busyness, evangelism, proclamation and good works.
The Good Book Company Podcast: Kathleen Nielson: Wisdom is applying God’s truth to our lives by Joe Henegen and Kathleen Nielson 31/07/2020
Joe Henegen interviews author and Bible teacher Kathleen Nielson about her Christian upbringing, how she came to love words, some of the ministries she is involved in now, gifting, making ministry choices, encouraging others in ministry, wisdom, and some of her reflections on the Book of Proverbs, the subject of a study guide that she has written.
On a topic that some think is becoming a bigger issue in our churches, John Piper presents five observations regarding children, marriage and our fallen world.
There are a number of evangelistic courses around; so how do we chose one over another? In this article, Phil Wheeler suggests some principles for us to consider and some questions for us to ask.
Following JI Packer’s recent death, I have listened to a number of interviews with him from years past. This one with Mark Dever, from Capital Hill Baptist, is over twenty years old. Dever and Packer cover a range of topics, and you may find you don’t agree with all that Packer says, but he gets you to think about why you believe what you do. God was so very kind in giving us Packer, and it’s such a blessing that he wrote so much, and that we have so many talks by him and interviews with him available that we can learn from.