Together for the Gospel
The conference ― T4G ― was amazing and I hope to have some of my reflections on each session up within the next week. For those of you who enjoy live blogging, sorry I type too slowly for that. In the mean time Sovereign Grace Ministries has been kind enough to post the MP3s online for free download so please take the time to listen to each of the conference sessions below.
· 01 Ligon Duncan – Sound Doctrine – Essential to Faithful Pastoral Ministry
· 02 Thabiti Anyabwile – Bearing the Image: Identity, the Work of Christ, and the Church
· 03 John MacArthur – The Sinner Neither Able Nor Willing: The Doctrine of Absolute Inability
· 04 Mark Dever – Improving the Gospel: Exercises in Unbiblical Theology
· 05 R. C. Sproul – The Curse Motif of the Atonement
· 06 Albert Mohler – Why Do They Hate It So? The Doctrine of Substitution
· 07 John Piper – How the Supremacy of Christ Creates Radical Christian Sacrifice
· 08 C. J. Mahaney – Sustaining a Pastor’s Soul
The University of Cambridge has just published the complete works of Charles Darwin online. These works were previously available only to a select few have been published for the world to see. This is the largest collection of its kind and contains everything from his original sketch of evolution to personal letters and photographs.
Pastor Joe Thorn, of Redeemer Fellowship, has created a phenomenal paradigm for his church entitled The Table, The Pulpit and The Square. You can read his description and view the paradigm in his post The Full Paradigm. I have e-mailed him and the other documents mentioned in The Table, The Pulpit and The Square will be posted online soon, so keep looking for them on his blog and I will provide links to them here.
I wish I could have made it to T4G. Had I been in Kentucky still, I would have gone, for sure. Hope to make it a priority in 2010.
Joe Thorn’s paradigm looks really good, practicle, and very doable. I’ve emailed him about it as well and would love to use some of his ideas in the future.
wow, lot’s of links…. Nice
Keith –> you always bring it strong on this blog bro.
wanted to post a comment on your ‘about’ page, but didn’t see that option there. so you can leave this here or delete it; hey – it’s your blog, right?…
Over the next year, I struggled with God over my call to the ministry. It meant abandoning my dreams as a musician and surrendering the control that I felt I had over my life.
man, i could have written that exact sentence verbatim – probably more than once, if truth be told. but i tend to look at it now as not so much ABADONING my dreams as it is abadoning MY dreams – if that makes any sense. i’ve seen God use one of my songs a time or two, and it’s incredibly fulfilling when it happens. so the challenge to both of us is to try to find our dreams within His.
fairburn, georgia, usa
and i mispelled “abandon” twice in the same sentence …
hate it when that happens …