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Reformers Recommends: Books for Singles

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

Dani Treweek is currently completing a theological PhD research into the topic of singleness, and is passionate about helping churches, ministry leaders and individuals (both single and married) better understand God’s purpose for singleness as revealed in Scripture and fulfilled in Christ.

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Reformers Recommends: Books for Prayer and Devotion - Part 1

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

 Click Here to download a printable PDF version   Developing a Healthy Prayer Life: 31 Meditations on Communing with God by James & Joel Beeke       James and Joel Beeke wrote Developing a Healthy Prayer Life in the hope that believers will be encouraged to pray more with “sincerity, urgency, and delight”. It’s small, just 100 pages long, and a great health-check and guide for those younger as well as for those older in the faith. In the authors' own words from chapter 11, “Is thanking and praising God your heart’s desire, whether in adversity or prosperity? There is no...

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Interview with Ed Welch and Peter Sondergeld

Posted by Andrew Deligiorgakis on

On Monday 3rd September 2018, Tom sat down with Ed Welch and Peter Sondergeld for an interview. Ed was speaking around Australia with Peter for the Restoring True Humanity Workshops by Restore Ministries. Below are the books mentioned in the interview. For more books by Ed Welch, click here.   Buster's Ears Trip Him Up: When You Fail by Edward T. Welch (Editor) & Joe Hox (Illustrator)       Click here to see all the books in the series "Good News for Little Hearts"   Caring for One Another: 8 Ways to Cultivate Meaningful Relationships by Edward T. Welch      ...

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Interview with Mark Meynell - Colossians and Philemon for You

Posted by Thomas Eglinton on

The most significant thing [about Colossians and Philemon] was the universality of the message, as I mentioned before. It is fascinating if you go through the letter underlining each occurrence of the words ‘all’, ‘every’ and ‘full(ness)’. It is stunning. It is this that grounds all our confidence for serving Christ in an apathetic or even hostile world.

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Book Review: Disruptive Witness

Posted by Thomas Eglinton on

If you are looking for a short, punchy read on how we live well in post-post Christian society — Disruptive Witness is worth the read. And, it will pull you up about your own patterns as well.

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