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The Rev. Marc Wilson: “The Seven Bowls of God’s Wrath” (Revelation 15-16)

September 27, 2016

From the Rev. Marc Wilson of St. Patrick’s Church in Las Cruces, New Mexico, here is an audio message titled The Seven Bowls of God’s Wrath.  It is based on Revelation 15-16 and Rev. Wilson, among other things, deals with the question of just what kind of person goes to hell.  The message can either be heard at the link or you can use the player below.

Something Different: John Segers performs “Ancient Words” on Native American Flute

September 26, 2016

I had never seen one of these instruments played – Native American flutes – but John Segers renders the hymn Ancient Words quite beautifully on such a flute.

The Rev. Coty Pinckney: “The Promise Threatened, The Promise Fulfilled” (Genesis 20-21)

September 25, 2016

Here is the next in a good series of audio sermons on the Book of Genesis from the Rev. Coty Pinckney of Desiring God Community Church in Charlotte, North Carolina.  Its title is The Promise Threatened, The Promise Fulfilled and it is based on Genesis 20-21.

From The Eric Metaxas Show: Eric interviews Jenna Ellis on her book “The Legal Basis for a Moral Constitution.”

September 24, 2016

If you have wondered how America can find a moral solution to the constitutional and cultural crisis we find ourselves in, you may find this interview by Eric Metaxas with attorney and professor Jenna Ellis to be helpful.  She is the author of “The Legal Basis for a Moral Constitution.”

Anglican Mission in England Pioneering Plan: 25 churches in England by 2025, 250 by 2050

September 23, 2016

Here is a video from the Anglican Mission in England, a mission society that was established by GAFCON, that talks about their plan to re-evangelize England.  They seek to have 25 churches established by 2025 and then 250 by 2050; this seems to be a very well thought-out plan.  If you want to know more, the link to the announcement of the plan is here.  (Hat tip: Anglican Church League)

Something Different: Kinga Głyk performs “Tears In Heaven” by Jeff Berlin

September 22, 2016

This is quite a talented performance by bassist Kinga Głyk of “Tears In Heaven”.  If I am not mistaken she is from Poland.

The Rev. Liam Beadle: “A Plea for Hymn Books”

September 21, 2016

Writing on the Church Society blog, Liam Beadle has posted a thoughtful essay titled A Plea for Hymn Books.  He notes that “Screens have replaced hymn books in very many of our churches. But in gaining flexibility and storage space, what have we lost?” and I have to agree with this.  He lists three advantages hymn books have over screens:

It has become fashionable to dispense with hymn books, but they have a number of advantages over screens. Here are three:

1. Words which appear on screens appear ephemeral. They literally appear and then disappear! Words in hymn books have an obvious longevity about them: they are words for the Christian life.

2. Good hymns take the singer on a journey, and so properly to understand verse five, sometimes you need to be able to see verse two. It helps if it hasn’t disappeared!

3. Many Christians like to read (or even sing!) hymns in their quiet time, and they will find a well chosen hymn book, used in church and at home, a great help.

Quite a thoughtful essay – please read the whole piece!

Phillip Jensen: “The Perfection of God’s Love” (1 John 4:12-21)

September 20, 2016
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Here is the tenth in a series of audio sermons on the First Epistle of John by Phillip Jensen; the name of the series is “1 John: Living Confidently in a Dangerous World”.  This message is titled The Perfection of God’s Love and is based on 1 John 4:12-21.  It can be heard at this link, or you can use the player below.

The Rev. Rob Sturdy: “The Incarnation: God Manifests His Love (Article 2)”

September 18, 2016

Previously I mentioned a sermon series on the Thirty-Nine Articles, done by St. Andrew’s Church of Mt. Pleasant, South Carolina, in 2012.  They set out to preach an entire series covering the Articles, and here is another one in the series, titled “The Incarnation: God Manifests His Love.”  This one is by the Rev. Rob Sturdy.

This particular video cannot be embedded, but you can find it here.

The Rev. Coty Pinckney: “Judgment and Mercy” (Genesis 18:16-19:38)

September 17, 2016

Here is the next in a good series of audio sermons on the Book of Genesis from the Rev. Coty Pinckney of Desiring God Community Church in Charlotte, North Carolina.  Its title is Judgment and Mercy and it is based on Genesis 18:16-19:38.