Here are my slides from a talk I gave at our cafe church at Emmanuel Loughborough this evening. It was fun preparing this teaching, and I’m grateful (again) to Ian Paul, George Caird, John Sweet and Michael Wilcock for their help. No video this time, since we don’t stream our cafe church gatherings—but, as always, comments and questions are very welcome!
I had the privilege of giving a Bible exposition on 2 Timothy 4:1-8 today to the Leicester Diocesan Evangelical Fellowship (for those outside the UK or not Anglican: the fellowship of evangelical clergy and laity in the diocese of Leicester). Here are the slides for those interested.
I spoke about Jesus’ message to the church in Thyatira (Revelation 2:18-29) at Emmanuel Church, Loughborough, on Sunday 15 October. The video is above, and here are the slides from the talk. Again, Colin Hemer, Stephen Travis and Ian Paul were all very helpful. Thoughts and comments welcome!
I spoke to our students at Emmanuel Church, Loughborough this week, introducing Luke’s Gospel to them: they’re studying it this academic year with our student worker, James. Here are the slides: thoughts and comments welcome!
I had the privilege of preaching on Jesus’ message to the church in Smyrna (Revelation 2:8-11) as part of a series on the book of Revelation at our church, Emmanuel, Loughborough on the evening of Sunday 1 October. Here are the slides from my talk. My scholarly readers will recognise the influence of Colin Hemer’s superb The Letters to the Seven Churches of Asia in their Local Setting, and the excellent popularisation of it by Stephen Travis, The Church under Fire, as well as Ian Continue reading →