1 | Paul ends his subject of warfare with ‘Finally, praying…’ The verb used is in present continuous form. Paul takes more time referring to prayer, more time looking at this than any one of the pieces of armour. ‘Praying,’ he says, ‘at all times.’
This is the fouth chapter in a series of short interviews which I recorded with my son Simon, looking at the seventeen values that have helped to shape my ministry over the years. ‘A church whose people are baptised in […]
In a book that J I Packer describes as ‘gloriously head-clearing and heart-warming’, Liam Goligher brings us back to the great centralities of the gospel and particularly the vital place of Christ’s taking the penalty for our sins as our substitute.
Day after day we experience fear, battle, hurts, sickness, wounds, unkindness and perplexity. We didn’t expect what’s happened to us. How do we get through? ‘Well, pull yourself together!’ No! Our strength comes from Jesus.
This is the 1st message of a 3 part series that was recorded at the annual newfrontiers international leadership conference, Together On A Mission 2010 in Brighton. Click here to read a written series based on the 3 messages, Armour […]
This excellent volume, based on six talks given at a conference, faces the challenge of the post-modern world with its rejection of all absolutes and its assumed right to define all reality privately.
This paperback summary of New Testament theology is a fascinating piece of work as it condenses his substantial 990-page hardback of identical title into a manageable paperback.
Bible Insight | Jonah – A man who ran away from God part 1 of 15
Charlie challenges us to look again at the kind of devotion required in days of spiritual conflict. I recommend this outstanding book about some of the noble saints who laid down their lives for the Lord Jesus Christ.