On 4th March at Banstead Community Church we had a special service giving thanks to God for all that He has done through John Blanchard over 50 years in full-time Christian ministry. At the service John preached a message entitled ‘God has not Changed!’ You can download the message below:
John Blanchard – God has not Changed!
On New Years Eve, a good friend of Banstead Community Church, Martin Holdt, went to be with the Lord.
On a couple of occasion we were blessed to have him preach at our Sunday Services. You can download the four sermons he preached below:
Worth a listen to are the messages from the recent Desiring God National Conference which had the theme: “Finish the Mission, For the Joy of All Peoples”.
This week on the iPod I’ve been listening to the 9 Marks interviews with Kevin DeYoung and Greg Gilbert on their book ‘What is the Mission of the Church?’
This week on the iPod I’ve been listening to the first episode of ‘Trellis & Vine Talk’ where Colin Marshall and Tony Payne discuss “why the ideas in The Trellis and the Vine are not about small groups and one-to-one.” More episodes will be posted HERE.
This week on the iPod I’ve been listening to Bob Kauflin teach about what to say when leading people in congregational worship (an outline of the talk is available at the link).
This week on the iPod I’ve been listening to Tim and Kathy Keller teach on marriage. They also have a book on the subject called ‘The Meaning of Marriage’ which will be available to buy HERE.
This week on the iPod I’ve been listening to Brian Upshaw talk to both Steve Wright and Randy Stinson about family discipleship and connecting church and home.
This week on the iPod I’ve been listening to the audio from the recent WorshipGod conference on the Gathering.
This week on the iPod I’ve been listening to Mike Reeves give an overview of church history. If you’ve only got 5 minutes watch this.
This week I’ve been listening to a panel discussion at the Gospel Coalition conference on training the next generation of pastors and Christian leaders. The panel was made up of Al Mohler, Mark Driscoll, David Helm, Don Carson and Ligon Duncan.
This week I’ve been listening to an interview Tim Challies did with Tim Keesee. Tim Keesse travels around the world with Frontline Missions in order to encourage missionaries, to meet indigenous Christians and to find new ways to partner in spreading the gospel. The interview is full of encouraging stories about what God is doing around the world. Listen and be encouraged!