Resources collected from my personal study, suggested for your personal study.
Every week I bring you a list of articles, podcasts, and sermons that I found helpful for my own edification. My hope is that you also will find these useful in your personal growth in the Christ.
This is a good article about gospel fluency in our daily conversations. For many reason we all need to learn the outline of the gospel, but then that information must make it’s way into everyday conversation. “Evangelism is communication, not recitation.”
Here are parts 2 and 3 of Clint Archer’s series on salvation. If your looking for part 1 because you missed it. I posted it a few weeks ago, or just click here.
This is an article posted on Crossway as a recommendation for their new book “The New City Catechism”. It has many quotes by J.I. Packer about the need for Catechesis in the church. I have looked in on this practice a few times for my children, but now I find myself think of how we might incorporate this into our church. I think it may hold many benefits.
Here is flavor on this short article by Ray Ortland Jr.
“Therefore, when we mistreat one another, our problem is not a lack of surface niceness but a lack of gospel depth. What we need is not only better manners but, far more, true faith.”
My post is a bit shorter this week, but hope you find some help here.