On Sunday, we entered into a new year as the people of God. The page was turned to the season of Advent, a time of anticipation, waiting and longing for Christ to come.
At Renewal I talked through the concept of liturgy, what healthy tradition looks like, and most importantly what the church calendar is all about as we enter Advent. Continue reading
My church, Renewal Memphis, is currently in a year-long series on the book of Romans. At some point, every evangelical church works through this foundational letter that Paul wrote.
In particular, I have had the opportunity to take a couple of Sundays to look at Romans 5 and then another couple of Sundays to tackle Romans 7.
Here are those 4 sermons. Continue reading
Yesterday, the second Sunday of Advent, I gave the message at Renewal Church Memphis. It was titled, “The Original Immanuel,” and was based in Isaiah 7. There were 3 points I put on our radar:
1) Immanuel in Isaiah’s day.
2) Immanuel in Christ.
3) Immanuel today and always.
Have a listen by clicking on the link below. Continue reading
Andrew Wilson, blogger at Think Theology and one of the pastor-elders of King’s Church Eastbourne in England, interviewed Tom Wright last week at the Think Conference – 23rd May 2013.
During the interview, Wilson put forth varying questions about all sorts of biblical-theological issues. You can download the full interview here. Below are the questions from the session, along with time markers to help you navigate through the 42-minute interview. Continue reading
Here we are with episode 2 at Prodigal Thought Podcast.
In this session, I discuss a topic that I recently looked at during a church leader’s gathering here in the Brussels area: there is a difference between our modern western ideas of individualism and the ancient (and non-western) perspective of collectivism.
Listen to or download the 17-minute podcast below. Continue reading