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.
Pastor Mark Jones has written a long review of Aimee Byrd’s controversial new book, Recovering From Biblical Manhood And Womanhood, highlighting what he considers some of Byrd’s strengths and weaknesses.
Review of Aimee Byrd’s “Recovering From Biblical Manhood And Womanhood” by Rachel Green Miller 12/05/2020
Rachel Green Miller has written a short positive review of Aimee Byrd’s controversial new book, Recovering From Biblical Manhood And Womanhood.
Tim Challies looks very briefly at the New Testament sibling language to help understand our relationships across the sexes.
An older sermon by Phillip Jensen on one of the most debated passages about men and women in the New Testament. The sermon is a great example of trust in God’s word and pastoral awareness.
Tim Challies looks at eight sins we commit whenever we look at pornography.
My colleague and good friend Peter Orr continues his excellent daily video series on the Book of Psalms. They are less than 10 minutes each. This is such a helpful series in teaching us how to respond properly to God, and it is wonderful to be working through each psalm in order as, all too often when the Psalms are preached at church, only some are preached in a very short series. This has definitely been one of my highlights during COVID-19.
9Marks Episode 8: COVID-19 is an opportunity for evangelism with Jonathan Leeman and Mez McConnell 13/05/2020
Mez McConnell is the Director of 20Schemes in Scotland. He shares with Jonathan Leeman of 9Marks some of the opportunities they have had for evangelism during the COVID-19 crisis, and also other ways they have been able to love and care for their local community.
Tony Payne and Marty Sweeney talk about teaching, training and the importance of the one another commands, and whther we are neglecting them. Tony also talks about Titus 2.
My assistant minister Jocelyn Bignill writes about some of the ups and downs of what we’ve done as a church during COVID-19.
The most recent issue of “Primer” has just been published. I have found the “Primer” series to be an excellent resource for better understanding key issues to do with Christian life and ministry. This issue looks at how the spiritual realm shapes the Christian life. It includes an article written by Australian and long-time UK resident Kirsten Birkett, in which she provides an overview of magic, superstition and the occult in Western culture, and reflects on what we should learn from their recent resurgence.