Headlining the news this week (minus the Swine Flu epidemic) is Danny Akin, Johnny Hunt, and other’s championing The Great Commission Resurgence. A new website has been put up where like-minded believers can sign the “manifesto”. Tom Ascol explains why he signed it. Bart Barber explains why he cannot.
Speaking of Swine Flu, Dr. Mohler has some excellent thoughts on Love in a Time of Swine Flu.
The manuscript for Piper’s sermon at the 2009 Children’s DG Conference is now online: The God-centeredness of God". This is also a good read for father’s and mother’s.
Another phenomenal blog post by Erik Raymond: How do I make Christ appealing? Erik is quickly becoming one of my favorite bloggers.
Also, a favorite blogger of mine is Jared Wilson. I absolutely love his gospel-centeredness. “Dude Where’s My Gospel” serves as a reminder of why we must never move away from the gospel.
I was hoping they would make these available and they have. The workshops from The Gospel Coalition are now available online. Now all I need is a couple weeks of free time to listen to all of them. I think I mentioned it last week but if not here it is again: All the audio and video from the Gospel Coalition is available here.
Kevin DeYoung discusses church membership with a pastor that believes unbelievers should be able to join a church with a different set of vows.
Zach Nielsen points us to a very interesting story about an Oakland pastor that chooses jail over a plea bargain.
Joe Thorn with another “Note to Self”; this time a reminder to LIVE.
Wonderful, Wonderful, discussion on transformation by Bill Mounce.
How can you not love stories of the gospel penetrating hearts:(HT: Josh)