I had a wonderful time in Monterrey, Mexico last week leading a group of Presbyterian pastors in an expositional workshop through Ruth. Here are some photos from the trip. One of the pastors commented after the training:
“It inspires me and gives me hope that I can study the Bible…I will not only use this in my preaching, but also in my personal life. This type of training helps me fall in love more with the Word of God.”
Free eBook from Crossway: Women of the Word by Jen Wilkin
Ligonier recently released their State of Theology report. A one word summary: Bad. So many “Christians” do not believe Christian doctrine. One stat: 52% of evangelicals agree with the unbiblical statement, “Everyone sins a little, but most people are good by nature.”
Why the Devil Loves American Individualism by Leah Baugh
Why Repentance is Really About Joy by Catherine Parks
14 Signs You’re Struggling with the Fear of Man in Your Life by David Qaoud
If you’re a fan of Andy Stanley, you should read this review by Michael Krueger on his new book Irresistible. I would recommend unhitching yourself from this teacher and his poor hermeneutics.
Here’s a new podcast that may be of interest to some: Exegetically Speaking — a weekly podcast hosted by Dr. David Capes which features language experts discussing how reading the Bible in the original languages pays off. (Speaking of podcasts, here are ten Trevin Wax recently recommended.)
What to Do When the New Testament Quotes the Old by Peter Krol. My friend Peter shares helpful tips in how to think through NT use of OT passages.
14 Ideas to Make Your Bible Reading More Consistent by Kristen Wetherell