Reformers Blog — Tim Chester

Book Review: Truth We Can Touch (Tim Chester)

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

Book Review by James Jeffery The great desire of every human heart is to have true communion with God, and communion with one another, and this is why Tim Chester’s Truth We Can Touch is an indispensable treatise for the contemporary church. Chester shows why the sacraments — baptism and the Lord’s Supper — were not just for the early church but are Christological signs and seals God has given His church to reassure us of the promises of the gospel. Particularly for those living in the highly individualised and secularised West, Chester taps into the God-given need and longing we...

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Reformers Interview with Tim Chester (together with The Gospel Coalition Australia)

Posted by Thomas Eglinton on

Reformers Bookshop sat down with author and pastor Tim Chester and David Ould from The Gospel Coalition Australia to chat about Tim's latest book 'Enjoying God' and Tim's upcoming book 'John Stott on the Christian Life'.

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Meet the Author Event: With Tim Chester

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

  On Saturday the 22nd of September, Tim Chester will be visiting Reformers Bookshop for a meet and greet. Tim Chester serves as the pastor of Grace Church Boroughbridge, North Yorkshire; a faculty member of Crosslands Training; and the author of too many books.Come along, say hello, ask some questions, buy some books! Below is the live stream, starting at 2:35pm (appears as 21:35). Refreshments will be provided on the night. Details: 2:30pm, Saturday 22 September 2018. Reformers Bookshop 140 Albany Road, Stanmore, 2048 Let us know you are coming You can indicate your interest on the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/1855231881231636/You can view Tim Chester's books here:https://reformers.com.au/collections/tim-chester-books...

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Book Review: Enjoying God

Posted by Thomas Eglinton on

I doubt this review really does the book justice and so in closing I’d like to say that I found this to be a book that helped me understand more of what it means to commune with God and enjoy Him throughout everyday life. More than that, this is a book that I found changed how I lived – it changed my perspective. I will be returning to this book, giving it to many people and recommending it to even more. And I’ll start that now – I recommend that you read Enjoying God.

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