The first three of these sessions were taken from the Brighton Leadership Conference in 2000 and the final three sessions were recorded at the Brighton Leadership Conference in 2002. Each of these sessions has a set of notes to accompany […]
Deliberately written as a small accessible book, I think it will live up to its title and be ‘a book you’ll actually read’. If you do so you will be stimulated, provoked and genuinely helped.
Paul’s Epistle to the Ephesians has always been a particular favourite of mine with its very strong church emphasis. As John Stott says, ‘Nobody can emerge from a careful reading of Paul’s letter to the Ephesians with a privatised gospel.’
Bible Insight | David – A man after God’s heart part 20 of 21.
A book that I would not hesitate to say every pastor should read.
If you are a pastor/teacher I am sure you are continually aiming to enlarge your library of helpful commentaries. One that I am currently working through with the greatest of enjoyment is James Edwards’ commentary on the Gospel of Mark.