Abigail Dodds has put out a Reformation study, Reformation Doctrine: A Study of the Scripture that Endured the Dark Ages to Shape the Church and Water the World. This looks like it’s going to be great! “… I will begin teaching through a Bible study called Reformation Doctrine. I wrote it to commemorate the 500th anniversary of the Reformation and it has been a big and joyful undertaking for me. I wanted to make it available to those who can’t physically be at the study and any who just might be really interested in this topic.”
Soul-Care of the Reformers
Take some time to read this excellent essay from Stuart Scott, More than Preachers: The Solas and Soul-Care of the Reformers (Part 1). You will be blessed! “Clearly the passion of the reformers to truly pastor God’s people grew out of their knowledge of the ministry of Christ and His shepherds that had gone before them. Let us look at some of the reformers we have mentioned and their documented commitment to soul-care.”
When a Popular Author Stumbles
Short, ten minute, audio from John Piper on what to do with the works of a popular author who stumbles.
Free Fall Recipe Cards
I love sharing recipes. And I always seem to share them in the fall, when the weather gets cooler and we start to do more baking. I scrounged these free recipe card printables up on Pinterest. These are from One Sutton Place. Aren’t they so pretty for sharing that favorite fall dish?
For the Car Ride
Listen to Nate Pickowicz gush about his wife… Oh, and he has a book or something to talk about too! Women’s Hope Podcast: Ep. 56: Nate Pickowicz on Why We’re Protestant “Nate Pickowicz joins us to discuss his newest book Why We’re Protestant. How do you discern true vs. false Christianity? In the days of the Protestant Reformation, the core tenets of the faith were strenuously examined. In the end, the Reformers maintained that at the heart of the Christian faith stood five main credos: sola Scriptura, sola gratia, sola fide, solus Christus, and soli Deo gloria. This book examines these five “solas” and makes a definitive case for why we’re Protestant.”