Reformers Bookshop Blog

Book Review: The Next Story

At each turn I found myself feeling like my eyes had been opened to why it is that I sometimes feel the way I do about the digital technologies in ...

How to Read a Book - We Do Not Read Well

Mortimer begins his book by showing us how we often do not know how to read. I love a story he tells of when he was tasked with teaching a class wh...

Banner of Truth Conference

Reformers Bookshop has built a reputation for providing the best in reformed, evangelical literature. Banner of Truth has a reputation for the same...

Interview with John Rawlinson (GM, Banner of Truth)

After The Banner of Truth conference in Sydney, Tom sat down with John Rawlinson for an interview. See below for excerpts from this interview.

Equip18: Life at the Table - A Special Invitation

Reformers Bookshop loves the work that Equip does and we seek to support their work wherever we can. We provide book stalls at several of the Equi...

Equip18: Life at the Table

Reformers Bookshop loves the work that Equip does and we seek to support their work wherever we can. We provide book stalls at several of the Equi...

Book Review: The Biggest Story

There are a lot of great Christian books for children. There are fantastic books for teaching children about God's Word. Of all the story books tha...

Interview with Michael Kellahan: Take Heart

  Thankyou for joining us, Michael. Can you tell us a little bit about the work that Freedom for Faith is doing and why it’s important? We are a C...

Tips on Reading a Book - Tim Challies

Reformers Bookshop, The Gospel Coalition Australia and Australian Presbyterian Magazine sat down with Tim Challies and asked for some tips on readi...

Interview with Tim Challies

Tom Eglinton from Reformers Bookshop, Akos Balogh from The Gospel Coalition Australia, Mark Powell from Australian Presbyterian Magazine and Tim Ch...

Book Review: Fit to Burst (Rachel Jankovic)

Another great book from Rachel Jankovic that is practical, honest and wise. With 7 children of her own, Rachel has lots of experience but humbly sh...

Book Review: Loving the Little Years

The perfect gift for a mum already in the thick of parenting little ones, or just about to begin the journey. It is great for some practical ideas ...