The Link: J.I. Packer, Faith & Prayer as a Pastor, Embracing Contemplation & More

By July 29, 2019September 18th, 2021The Link, Uncategorized

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“J. I. Packer, 89, On Losing Sight But Seeing Christ”The Gospel Coalition
Happy Birthday to J.I. Packer, who just recently turned 93. Here is an interview Packer did when he turned 89.

“Things That Matter: Faith & Prayer for the Pastor”
“Pastors Brian Brodersen, John Hwang and Richard Cimino conclude their pastoral series with a discussion on the power and importance of prayer, and the place for faith in the pastor’s life. Thanks for joining this miniseries on pastoral ministry. Stay tuned for more Things That Matter!”

“Creation Fest UK Watch LIVE”
We are so excited for the opportunities to share conferences and events, including Creation Fest UK, to you LIVE! Creation Fest UK will be happening 3-9 August. Visit the Creation Fest website for more information and to follow their programme.

“Street Preacher Awarded £2,500 in Damages After Wrongful Arrest”Premier.
“Christian street preacher Oluwole Ilesanmi has been offered the money in exemplary damages from the Metropolitan Police in relation to his false arrest, imprisonment and unlawful detention.”

“Embracing Contemplation: Reclaiming a Christian Spiritual Practice”IVP
“Bringing together scholars and practitioners of spiritual formation from across the Protestant spectrum, this volume offers a distinctly evangelical consideration of the benefits of contemplation. The contributors draw on historical examples from the church—including John Calvin, Richard Baxter, Jonathan Edwards, and John Wesley—to consider how contemplative prayer can shape Christian living today. The result is a robust guide to embracing contemplation that will help Christians as they seek to keep in step with the Spirit.”

“Chinese Translation Available”Enduring Word
“We are very happy to announce that the CHINESE TRANSLATION of the Enduring Word Commentary on the Book of 1 TIMOTHY is available online now!”- David Guzik, author of Enduring Word Commentary

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