How to read the Bible aloud

Everyday Ministry, Sola Panel

Scott Newling’s recent essay (in Briefing #390) about devoting ourselves to the public reading of Scripture has got a lot of people talking. One obvious implication of Scott’s piece is that we need to raise the standard of our public Bible reading. Here Tony Payne interviews Russell Powell, who has some expertise in this area. Read on to learn more. (more…)

Judging by its title


Disciplines of a Godly Man.
R. Kent Hughes.
Wheaton: Crossway Books, 1991.

Some people collect commentaries, some people collect Christian biographies, some collect rare Bible editions. I collect books on men and men’s ministry. The reason may be quite primal and subconscious: it may be that I am searching for identity, confused in the switch from baby-boomer society to post-feminism. Maybe it’s a reaction to the kind of feminists who are throwing stones at Helen Garner. Or it maybe I’m still searching for a ‘real man’s’ Christian book.