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Favorite T4G Quotes

Last week was a wonderful week of being challenged, comforted, encouraged, and taught by the Word of God at the Together for the Gospel conference. If you were unable to be there, or just want to watch the sessions again, you can do so for free until June by… 599 more words

Thabiti's Anyabwile T4G 2014 Message: The Happiness of Heaven In the Repentance of Sinners

The following are my notes of Thabiti’s sermon at T4G 2014.

Unashamed is our theme. Stop for a moment and ask if we feel unashamed about our personal evangelism. 1,419 more words

Evangelism

Off Grid Illegal; Congressional Suggestions; Income Inequality; Multi-site Churches; Thabiti Anyabwile; Lent and Evangelicals

Weekend Links

The snow is receding and I have detected a corresponding rise in the positive spirit among everyone I talk to.  Interesting how our happiness is so often tied to a change in weather. 381 more words

Weekend Links

Thabiti Anyabwile Announces that he is Leaving as Pastor of First Baptist Church in the Cayman Islands to Plant a Church in Washington D.C.

Thabiti Anyabwile wrote the following on his “Pure Church” blog:

Yesterday my family and I announced the most difficult and emotional decision we’ve ever made in Christian ministry. 1,679 more words

Christian

Book Review: Captivated by Thabiti Anyabwile

I have been following Thabiti Anyabwile on twitter for quite a while, so when I had the opportunity to review his book, I was delighted. … 553 more words

Book Reviews

Captivated Book Review

In our technology-driven culture, we likely consume more information in any given day than previous generations did in a week, or even a month. We are inundated with information all around us. 869 more words

Review: "Finding Faithful Elders and Deacons"

Finding Faithful Elders and Deacons

Thabiti M. Anyabwile

Crossway (IX Marks), 2012, 176pp., paperback, $10.99

ISBN 978-1-4335-2992-4

Although the lion’s share of this book is devoted to the eldership, the valuable space afforded to the diaconate is much appreciated, if only because helpful treatments of this office are much rarer. 166 more words

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