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.
My colleague Peter Orr begins a short daily video series working through the book of Psalms to encourage us to keep reading the Bible during the COVID-19 crisis.
Two of my colleagues Lionel Windsor and Paul Grimmond discuss how the current COVID-19 crisis is taking its toll on people emotionally, and how Paul and others are helping people at Moore College cope.
My friend Jocelyn Loane very honestly shares a recent experience for her during this current crisis, which so many of us can relate to, and she very helpfully points us back to the true King, Jesus Christ.
“Culture shock: Why everyone’s feeling it, and how to cope” by Lionel Windsor and Simon and Margie Gillham 24/03/2020
Three of my colleagues share their experience and wisdom about what we are going through right now with adjusting to a new way of doing life.
In this short article, my colleague Chase Kuhn very helpfully writes about four abiding theological truths about the church, before turning to four practical implications for our lives today.
In this video, my friend and senior pastor of MBM church in Sydney Ray Galea, helps his church (and Christians generally) think God’s thoughts about what is happening in our world in this current crisis. It’s a great reminder for us to pray, to keep sitting under God’s word, and to love others because we have a sure and certain hope.
This article is a great encouragement for us to sit under God’s word daily, and as we do that, how much it prepares us for the ups and downs that life will bring.
My colleague Mark Earngey discusses with Tom and Andrew from Reformers Bookshop some books that help us think about how to engage with the world as a Christian.
Word Alive has made free a number of their talks from their earlier conferences.
This is a great series from former Oak Hill principal Mike Ovey on “Love”.
This evening P&A seminar was our smallest ever. But it’s worth a listen since many Protestants don’t give too much thought to Mary, and too many non-Protestants get her out of perspective. It’s great to have this talk from such a well thought out theologian such as Peter Jensen.