This is an interview conducted by Mark Driscoll on theresurgence.com.
This is the seventh 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 where Biblical family life is […]
Soldiers aren’t surprised when they have to engage in warfare. But I sense that sometimes we’re shocked when we hit difficult times. We think we’ve found the secret of happiness but we’ve also found a life in which we need to wear the armour every day!
Fans of CJ Mahaney will not be surprised to learn that this book is a magnificent mixture of insight, hilarity, searching challenge and powerful and practical application. A ‘must’ for all husbands! Your wife will be glad you bought it!
In this latest book, Wendy also gives personal testimony, shedding light and provocative warnings as well as giving the keys to a very fruitful life-style and fulfilled ministry.
David’s book will be a great encouragement to anybody pondering the possibility of starting a new church. Full of Biblically-based wisdom and practical insights, it is made more colourful by the inclusion of many testimonies from contemporary church planters who write honestly and instructively about their experiences.
Brilliantly told, Jonathan Aitken’s magnificent biography of John Newton has all the pace of a novel and unfolds the substantial drama of a man rescued from all kinds of excesses, including being the captain of a slave ship with all its associated evils.
‘Amazing Grace’ seemed a strange old-fashioned opening hymn for my son Tim’s recent wedding, especially after the beautiful Esme had floated in on her father, Al’s, arm to the melody from The Gladiator with its reminder of the dodgy ‘hereafter’ hinted at there, with its mystical fields and promise of uncomplicated bliss.