Reformers Blog

Reformers Interview: Untangling Emotions with Alasdair Groves and Ed Welch

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

Watch our full interview with Alasdair Groves and Ed Welch here. To see a full list of the books recommended by Aladair and Ed in this interview, click here. Here are some short clips from the interview. Why we should love biblical counselling? What book is a good introduction to biblical counselling? What do emotions...

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Reformers Recommends: Books for Teenagers Part 2

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

 Click Here to download a printable PDF version Books for teenagers are not just found in the children’s section. Expand their (your) reading by finding some easy-to-read “adult” books (general books!) and seek for teenagers to be built up in maturity in Christ - moving from milk to solid food. What I frequently hear from people is “there doesn’t seem to be many good books for teenagers”. At an age where teens are moving from childhood to adulthood, it’s difficult to know what books would be beneficial. Here is Part 2 of my selection of books for teenagers (click here to...

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Reformers Recommends: Books for Teenagers Part 1

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

 Click Here to download a printable PDF version Books for teenagers are not just found in the children’s section. Expand their (your) reading by finding some easy-to-read “adult” books (general books!) and seek for teenagers to be built up in maturity in Christ - moving from milk to solid food. What I frequently hear from people is “there doesn’t seem to be many good books for teenagers”. At an age where teens are moving from childhood to adulthood, it’s difficult to know what books would be beneficial. Here is part 1 of my selection of books for teenagers. One book that...

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Book Review: The Book Your Pastor Wishes You Would Read

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

Book Review by Cassie Watson Cassie Watson is a ministry apprentice at Merrylands Anglican Church, working to see women grow in their knowledge and love of Jesus. You can follow her blog or connect with her on Twitter Plenty of books have been written on how to be a great pastor. Far fewer teach us how to be great church members. This seems strange considering that vocational pastors make up such a small percentage of the church. Christopher Ash fills the gap with The Book Your Pastor Wishes You Would Read. His goal is to encourage “a healthy two-way dynamic in...

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Reformers Recommends: Books on Technology and Media

Posted by Thomas Eglinton on

As Christians it is important for us to think carefully about how we use technology. We are called to redeem our time and renew our minds. But how can we do that? How can we approach technology and media in a way that glorifies God? These books will help you consider these questions.

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