Take time to watch this short video that explains the theme of the upcoming 2018 G3 Conference. Remember, this is a general conference designed for the local church as a whole. Make your plans to attend—bring your spouse or your entire family. We hope to see you in Atlanta in January. Make your reservations online at G3Conference.com.
G3 Conference “Deal of the Day” — The G3 is providing a FREE resource to all who register for the G3 on each weekday leading up to Reformation Day. If you share the information with hashtag #G3DOD you could be chosen to receive a free pair of tickets to the 2018 G3. Today’s #G3DOD is “Dear Timothy” by Tom Ascol. Another excellent opportunity will be presented on Monday, October 23rd.
Moms, Homes, Pinterest, and the Daily Struggle To Love God’s Word — “I read about King David’s desperation for the living words of God. A once smelly shepherd boy, David gets catapulted in the seat of being one of the most powerful men on earth, living the Israelite version of our American dream. He can have everything his heart desires, everyone his eyes lust after. And yet, all his gold, fame, and prestige couldn’t save this powerful man from a deep soul starvation. He possessed a soul that no gold coin, crown jewel, or beautiful woman could put life into.”
The Art of Godliness, Episode 6: Disability in the Church — A good conversation worthy of your time and extremely relevant for the life of the local church.
5 Reformation Bundles for at Least 60% Off — Some good resources for your Logos Bible Software library.
Vlog: The 5 Tests of False Doctrine — Another good one from Tim Challies.
Sermons about the Wrath of God — Some excellent resources from the ministry of Alistair Begg on the wrath of God.
Why Christians Should Sing with Their Spouse — “So love Christ by singing hymns together that spite the devil and forge your souls together with serious joy.”
Forgiveness does not restore credibility, and character must be seen as something that can be lost far easier than gained, much less restored. —Albert Mohler