Happy Friday! Here’s some great quotes I got from a book I recently finished. The Trial of the 16th Century by Jonathan Moorhead is published by Christian Focus and you can get your copy by following this link. Purchasing your copy enables you to support the author, publishing house and ministry to further push the gospel of Christ.
“Servetus would not have been executed in Geneva if it were not for two key factors: political pressure from Vienne and Servetus’ obstinate behavior.”
Next month will be Christmas. Yay! But first, let’s prepare ourselves in celebrating the birth of our Savior, Jesus Christ by observing Advent. But what is Advent anyway? What is the history of Advent and what does it bring to the hearts of the believers? I e-mail pastor Robin Ham, author of the new Advent devotional, Finding Hope Under Bethlehem Skies, to talk about Advent, how celebrate it and about his new book.
Please tell our about yourself.
I’m Robin, I pastor a church called St Paul’s Barrow in a town called Barrow-in-Furness in the north-west of England. I’m married to Zoe and we have five kids.
Hello! Here’s some great quotes I got from a book I recently finished. “What If I Don’t Desire to Pray?” by John Onwuchekwa is published by Crossway and you can get your copy by following this link. Purchasing your copy enables you to support the author, publishing house and ministry to further push the gospel of Christ.
“Regimens and strategies leave us guilt-ridden when we fail, but prayer that flows out of our relationship with God reminds us of his grace toward us even when we fail.”
What did your church sang this Lord’s Day? Did it lift both your soul to worship and your voice to praise the goodness of Christ? Does it prepare your spirit for the weekly servings of God’s Word through the sermon? Does it convey words that you can’t express on how to be thankful for God’s providence? Does it bring you to tears knowing the truth of God through the lyrics of the song? I hope and pray that it’s a blessing to you as you sang either a contemporary worship song or hymns.
The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary (SBTS) has this group called Norton Hall Band that plays a fresh take on hymns. They have a new album, Still Our Refuge which is the third album they released this year. I reach out with Evan Sams, guitarist of Norton Halls Band to talk about hymns, their band and their new album.
For those who are not familiar with hymns, can you define what a hymn is?
Summary: Post Tenebras Lux ( After Darkness Light) is comic re-telling of one of the pivotal event in history, the Reformation, through men of God most specifically Martin Luther. Includes cartoon portraits of Reformed heroes of the faith.
Cover Art: The calligraphy of the title on the cover is cool but it will be much cooler if Cox render some of his art. He can pull off something stunning that will grab the reader.
Jonathan Edwards is synonymous with the word genius. He was praised as a leader of the First Awakening and the astounding books he wrote that resonates till now. There are lots of books on his life and teachings that are out there. And yet, they haven’t gone deeper on to some parts of his preaching ministry. There are still much of this Christian giant that is yet to be discovered.
To know what are those territories of Jonathan Edwards that needs to be explores, I reach out to Brian Borgman, author of the newly released book, Jonathan Edwards on Genesis and we talk about Jonathan Edwards, his impact to his ministry and the book he wrote.
For those who don’t know Edwards, kindly tell us who Jonathan Edwards is.
Jonathan Edwards was born in 1703 in East Windsor CT. It is important to remember that although Edwards is often called “America’s greatest theologian,” technically he was a British Colonist. He was born into a family of 10 girls, he was the only boy. He was also born into a pastor’s home; his father was Timothy Dwight. His maternal grandfather was the famous Solomon Stoddard, who pastored the Congregational Church of Northampton, Massachusetts Bay Colony. Stoddard’s influence cannot be exaggerated. He was frequently called “the pope of the Connecticut River Valley.” Edwards was born into a home of New England Puritan piety.
Progressive theology is and always has been a threat to Christianity. It undermines some basic tenets of the faith by replacing a man centered teachings that looks like Christianity but it’s not. Along side with this progressive Christianity are the new atheist and the deconstructionist that has the same agenda.
Good day! Enjoy these great quotes I got from a book I recently finished. Finding Hope Under Bethlehem Skies by Robin Ham is published by 10 Publishing and you can get your copy by following this link. Purchasing your copy enables you to support the author, publishing house and ministry to further push the gospel of Christ.
“This gift of a King in the midst of all the mess of life is the most spectacular display of God’s kindness. A kindness that, God willing, won’t leave us unchanged.”
The Reformation Day is almost upon us and I hope you’ll enjoy upcoming interviews, articles and a comicbook review this week and the next. Please subscribe to the e-mail list at the left side of this blog to keep you updated.
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Free webinar“Self-Identity, Sexuality, and Rewriting History“– The C. S. Lewis Institute invites us to a webinar with speaker Carl Trueman this coming October 28. For the full details of the event, click here.
Hello guys! Here’s some great quotes I got from a book I recently finished. The Two Fears by Chris Poblete is published by Cruciform Press and you can get your copy by following this link. Purchasing your copy enables you to support the author, publishing house and ministry to further push the gospel of Christ.
“For the Christian, the fear of the Lord does not diminish the gospel of grace; it amplifies it. This reverential fear makes his grace more amazing, his mercy more grand, his justice more right, and his love more astounding.”