If there is one book that you should possess, read, study, use as background resource for preaching and teaching on the Christian life, this is the book. As the title suggests, this book deals with Christian ethics.There is the normative perspective, followed by the cultural or situational perspective,followedbythe existential perspective, all referring to our daily living the Christian life.
Here you will find information about the women’s seminars being offered at the 2012 General Assembly being held in Louisville, Kentucky. Check back for updates.
At the 140th presbytery meeting in Middletown, New Jersey, on March 17, 2012, the New Jersey Presbytery unanimously voted on the following overture regarding the PCA Bookstore.
Timothy S. Lane, M.Div., D. Min. Tim is Executive Director and faculty member at CCEF and has been counseling for more than 25 years. He has previous experience in both campus and pastoral ministry, including serving as a PCA pastor for ten years in Clemson, SC.
Chandra Oliver is a member of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in Edmond, OK. Her husband Matthew is a teaching elder serving as a Chaplain with the U.S. Army Reserve. Her passion is to teach others “covenant theology (which) is the heart and essence of biblical womanhood and thus central to women’s ministry…”
Three series; each is narrated by Kyle Idleman. Not a Fan is for the church audience. H2O is crafted for viewing by non-Christians. The Easter Experience is the church.
This book invites you toenter into the prayers of our Lord and his saintsgrasping the privilege we have of coming with praise and scriptural requests before a gracious and loving Father who is also our Almighty God.
Christians are to know the Word, know the world, and growing out of that knowledge, know how to combat the forces that are taking our culture downward. At present, if we are alert and equipped, we can understand the issues and get involved in every area of life, seeking to be salt and light. And if the church is fulfilling its role in discipling the people, we can hope to see the influence return.
The tyranny of the urgent has become our lifestyle; forever has been stolen and we struggle to live without this vital perspective. The here and now overwhelm us or we do not believe there is life after death; therefore, we don’t think about forever. If you are searching for help living in a broken world with broken people, this is a book you definitely should read.
For one wanting to understand more about the history of salvation, how it is accomplished and applied, and for those struggling between the Lutheran view and the Calvinistic view of the subject, this book appears in good timing.It will be a good reference for you as you think about, teach, and preach about salvation and our relationship to the Triune God.