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.
Peter Jensen shares why he is still a Christian after more than 60 years.
Anna Marsh reviews Elizabeth El Mostain’s book, Survival Tips For Young Mums: Practical Ideas For Thriving In The Early Years of Motherhood.
In this article, Joe Towns writes of the importance of fighting the good fight by being aware of what we are choosing to listen to, and not listen to.
Moore College graduate Susan An looks at Hannah in the Bible and what we can learn from her when we need to wait.
Moore College faculty wife Bronwyn Windsor looks at The Church Record from March 1919, and sees the godly response of an Archbishop in the time of an emergency and what we can learn from that.
Ligon Duncan recently spoke on complementarianism as part of the 2020 TG4 conference for CBMW. This article is much of that talk. It looks at some historical documents, and also suggestions for ways forward to honour women and complementarianism in your local church.
Kevin DeYoung, Collin Hansen and Justin Taylor have just begun a podcast together. This is their first epoisode. They discuss amongst other things good leadership in a crisis.
Kevin DeYoung looks at the book of Genesis and sees that sexual sins can be committed by men and committed by women, against men and against women, and what we can learn from that. God-willing, the main talks for the 2021 P&A conference will be given by Gary Millar on women in Genesis. This article is worth reading to see why hearing talks on women in Genesis is so important.
Moore College chaplain and pastor’s wife Ruth Sheath shares a resource she wrote that could help families to have regular prayer times.
I’m continuing to find these short video devotions on a different psalm each day extremely helpful. They run between 6-10 minutes each and are given by my colleague, Moore College New Testament lecturer Peter Orr.