Category Archives: Resources

Reformation Resources

If you’d like to learn more about the Reformation, here are three great resources to get you started: The movie “Luther” is a relatively brief, historically accurate presentation of the key events in the life of the reformer (Amazon|Netflix). If … Continue reading

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Ezra Resource Available Online

A few days ago, I was discussing an online review of Phil Brown’s Hope Amidst Ruin, and a friend mentioned that he benefited greatly from it in preparation for a sermon on the book. He went on to tell me … Continue reading

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Free Audio of Luther’s "Here I Stand"

To celebrate Reformation Day (this Saturday), The Listener’s Bible is giving away a free mp3 download of Martin Luther’s “Here I Stand” narrated by Max McLean. From Andy Naselli: Jenni and I just listened to Martin Luther’s Here I Stand … Continue reading

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BibleWorks Seminar at Heritage

Heritage will host a two-part, one-day seminar on BibleWorks. What is BibleWorks? From the BibleWorks website: BibleWorks 8 is the premier original languages Bible software program for Biblical exegesis and research. It comes with Greek, Hebrew, and Septuagint Bibles for … Continue reading

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Dispatches from the Front

A couple of months ago, our congregation had the privilege of seeing the premiere of Dispatches from the Front: Islands on the Edge. Since Abraham Piper is giving away five free copies this week, I thought I’d put in a … Continue reading

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