In this short video from a recent tour of England with OnePassion Ministries, Steven Lawson provides some helpful history about the historic Bunhill Fields cemetery in London as he stands beside the burial site of John Bunyan, the author of the classic Pilgrim’s Progress.
Alistair Begg Discusses Evangelism in his July Letter – He writes, “Striking up a conversation about Christ with friends, neighbors, and colleagues is an intimidating prospect. The Crossing the Barriers series seeks to provide step-by-step help for approaching these discussions so I hope you’ll have an opportunity to listen.”
“Ask Jesus Into Your Heart”: A History of the Sinner’s Prayer – Thomas Kidd writes, “With the recent dust-up over whether Donald Trump prayed for salvation with prosperity gospel preacher Paula White, it is a good time to revisit the history of the ‘sinner’s prayer.'”
$5 Friday: Scripture, Worldview, & the State – As always, the Ligonier $5 Friday is worthy of your attention.
Why I Am Not Egalitarian – In Tim Challies’ excellent series on what he believes – he explains where he stands on the issues of egalitarianism and complementarianism.
The Final Episode of The Briefing of the Season – Hear the final episode for this season of The Briefing by Albert Mohler. The new season begins August 1st.
No Fuss Parenting – Teach Kids to Sit Still – This article provides some tips and suggestions on how to prepare children to sit still – a good habit for children to learn for church services.
John Bunyan, Joy, and Suffering – Joe Leinen explains some important lessons we can learn from the suffering of John Bunyan.
Is 20schemes Patronising People By Calling Them Poor? – Pete Stewart, 20schemes church planter in Barlanark, Glasgow, addresses this issue and provides some helpful clarification.
Equipping You in Grace Interview – I was recently interviewed by Dave Jenkins for the Equipping You in Grace podcast. Some of the conversation centered on the G3 Conference, seminary advice, and writing projects. You can listen to the interview here.