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New TGC article on small-town/rural ministry

Here’s an essay I wrote for The Gospel Coalition on the value of small-town/rural ministry and the importance of developing a theological vision for it. I’ve been formed deeply by ten years of pastoring Pepperell Christian Fellowship.

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Gordon Hugenberger on imputed righteousness

I’m a big fan of Gordon-Conwell professor and former Senior Pastor of Park Street Church, Gordon Hugenberger (I took every class I could from him in seminary, and was his teaching assistant). Here’s a classic Hugenberger talk, in which he brings fresh biblical insight to the discussion of the imputed righteousness of Christ.

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A conference on the gospel and sexuality

The upcoming Life on Mission Conference in Weston and Sudbury on March 16-17, 2018 looks valuable. It’s organized by my friend Brandon Levering. This year the theme is “The Gospel & Sexuality: Faithful and Compassionate Witness,” and the speakers are Christopher Yuan and Rachel Gilson.

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All you parents of young children, please read this article!

Here’s a really helpful article from Trevin Wax of the The Gospel Coalition, about the spiritual practices that are common to children who wind up flourishing spiritually as Christian adults. It’s based on a new LifeWay research study. How important and valuable can you get?!

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Thrilled to introduce Small Town Summits

I’m excited to share something I’ve been working on with my good friends David Pinckney and Ben Ruhl for quite some time – a new initiative from The Gospel Coalition New England called Small Town Summits.

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Help from Richard Sibbes

’ve recently been feeding on truth from the good Richard Sibbes (1577 – 1635), known to his contemporaries as ‘the sweet dropper’ because of the encouraging gospel flavor of his teaching.

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