8 Favorite Quotes From The Book “The Scriptures and Good Works” (Arthur W. Pink)

Here’s some great quotes I got from a book I recently finished, The Scriptures and Good Works by Arthur W. Pink, published by Chapel Library. You can get your copy, both physical and digital for free by following this link.

Nothing brings more honour to Christ than those who bear His name living constantly (by his enablement) in a Christ-like way and spirit.

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8 Favorite Quotes From The Book “Cultural Contextualization of Apologetics” (Matt W. Lee)

Have a blessed day to all!

Here’s s some great quotes I got from a book I recently finished, Cultural Contextualization of Apologetics by Matt W. Lee published by Wipf and Stock Publishers. You can get your copy, both physical and digital by following this link.

The first way Paul forges the cultural connection is by the use of cultural point of contact and culturally contextualized communication that includes the use of specific language and forms that generate greater cultural receptivity from the audience. The second way Paul forms the cultural connection is by building up cultural solidarity with the hearers, which gains him admission into the hearers’ culture, allowing him to speak as a cultural insider.

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8 Favorite Quotes From The Book “Authentic Ministry” (Michael Reeves)

Hello friends. We are currently raising funds for my mother in law’s brain tumor surgery. We are needing 600k (Philippines pesos) for the operation and we have 400k already. We are asking for your generous help raise another 200k (equivalent to 4,000 US dollars) to complete the said amount. You can use my accounts at the end of this post.

Anyways, Here’s some great quotes I got from a book I recently finished, Authentic Ministry by Michael Reeves published by 10 Publishing. 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 leader to have strength of purpose, integrity, and the ability not to be driven (and burned out) by his ministry, he must maintain a solid grasp on the cross and so on his justification.”

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The Freebie Round-Up #123

Treasuring Christ PH is now accepting pledges and donations for their “Sponsor A Pastor”. This project aims to equip pastors with gospel centered and doctrinally sound resources in Tagalog. For more information, click this link.

Anyways, lets go to our freebies. If you missed the previous one and some of the old round-up, just scroll down and you’ll find them at the end of this article.

Also since I’m not 24/7 monitoring the latest freebies of publishing companies, I’m posting their e-mail sign up page, so you’ll be in the loop whenever they give out freebies. You can find it at the end of this round-up.

Free 1 Peter Bible study videos and outlines – Study 1 Peter with pastor Guy Richard with these free videos and outlines.

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(Interview) Brian Borgman on Jonathan Edwards

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.

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8 Favorite Quotes From the Book “Finding Hope Under Bethlehem Skies” (Robin Ham)

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.”

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Pinoy Reformed Recap (September 2021)

This is that time of the month that we look back some social media highlights of Reformed/Calvinist individuals and ministries that you might have missed. These includes upcoming events, news, blog post, podcast, books and anything that is worth checking out. In case you miss out some of my post on this blog and on other website I contribute, I have that too here. See you after 30 days!

Pinoy Teolohiya –If your looking for a English-Cebuano theological blog, then click the link and enjoy this one.

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Can You Separate the Preacher from His Bible?

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If we are people of the Book, then how do shepherds of the church under the guidance of our Great Shepherd, conduct themselves as they feed the flock with every Word found in that Book? If the Bible is the final authority of the Christian in life here and the next, what kind of diligence should a pastor conduct to make sure the believers under his care knows ultimately a book that means life and death to his soul?

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8 Favorite Quotes from the Book “The Believer’s Paradox” (Arthur W. Pink)

This is the second serving of #ReadingTheClassics on this blog. This is for the celebration of the 504th Protestant Reformation, coming this October 31.

This time I would like to share something from A. W. Pink titled The Believer’s Paradox. Like the previous post, these books are available at Chapel Library for download or you can get it through mail free. My aim is for you to have a taste of what a feast you’ll enjoy when you read the entire book.

“…if you are not plagued with and burdened by unbelief, if you do not humbly confess the same to God and seek His help about it, then are you of all men most miserable.”

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The Freebie Round-Up #117

My family got sick last week and some of us are still recovering. Kindly pray for fast recovery of each and every member.

Anyways, lets go to our freebies. If you missed the previous one and some of the old round-up, just scroll down and you’ll find them at the end of this article.

Also since I’m not 24/7 monitoring the latest freebies of publishing companies, I’m posting their e-mail sign up page, so you’ll be in the loop whenever they give out freebies. You can find it at the end of this round-up.

FREE webinar “John Arrowsmith and the Art of Pacific PugilismPuritan Research Center presents this free webinar set on September 30 that will facets of Puritanism and Continental (Post) Reformation thought, including historic trajectories and early modern context, from a variety of perspectives.

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