Among great content from the likes of Timothy Keller, D.A. Carson, John Piper, and more, you will find a number of resources from Stephen Um. Today we’d like to draw your attention to his pre-conference plenary session on “Jesus and Justice.” See below for the audio and video:
At The Gospel Coalition New England’s 2013 Leadership Summit, it was announced that TGCNE would be hosting a summer conference for congregational leaders (both lay and vocational). We are excited to announce the details of this event as we move toward opening registration soon.
Over at The Resurgence, Stephen Um has a post on “How to be on Mission in the City.” The short article is ordered around “5 tips for faithful gospel mission.” Here is “tip” number one:
Claire Messud’s new novel strikes at our deepest fears and longings: “My heart’s desires: life, art, motherhood, love and the great seductive promise that I wasn’t nothing, that I could be seen for my unvarnished self and that this hidden self, this precious girl without a mask, unseen for decades, could – that she must, indeed – leave a trace upon the world.” Sound familiar?
Stephanie Krier reviews a helpful new resource
“Men are sexual beings. Women are less sexual.” “All men struggle with sexual sin. There is something wrong with a woman who struggles with sexual sin.” These are some of the messages that our culture sends. What might a gospel-centered approach to these misconceptions look like?
Recently, The Gospel Coalition asked Stephen Um and Justin Buzzard, authors of Why Cities Matter, to sit down with Jon Dennis, author of Christ + City, to discuss the strategic importance of cities for gospel mission. Listen in on their conversation:
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