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.
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This piece looks at the marriage and ministry of Priscilla and Aquila, so naturally I’m going to include this article since I named this centre after them! I think how they are described in the New Testament is absolutely brilliant. They are a great example to us in many ways—whether we are married or single.
I had the privilege of hearing Tori Walker interview these three women at the 2019 women’s GROW conference in Brisbane. In this 30-minute interview, these women share different aspects of what it is to be a disciple of Jesus Christ.
This article helps us honour older women and not value people according to the world’s values.
This article argues that if biblical manhood and womanhood are going to persuade people today, Christians have to show that it’s normal and natural, and that is where natural theology helps us.
FIEC UK have recently appointed Gabby Samuel as their Women’s Ministry Development Worker.
There have been a number of people who have mentioned to me how helpful they have found this series of talks that were given at the 2019 Mission Minded conference. The Mission Minded conference aims to encourage all who come to be ‘Mission Minded’, prayerfully considering the Lordship of Jesus and our role in growing his kingdom and reaching the lost. It helps people work out whether vocational ministry is for them or not. It is run by MTS, who want to win the world for Christ by multiplying gospel workers through ministry apprenticeships.
This article teaches us and reminds us of where our true home is, and how to think more clearly about our earthly home.
This brief article looks at some of the blessings of being an older parent and our need to trust God in all aspects of our lives and to trust him for the concerns of other’s lives.