I am enjoying speaking six times this weekend at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Kingsport, Tennessee on living to the glory of Christ alone. This is the fourth time I’ve had the privilege of serving this special church, but the first time that Mary is with me here. I am so grateful that she can share in this positive experience. It is also wonderful to catch up with friends of many years and to make new ones. Pray for God’s rich blessing on this conference.
Mary and I are traveling this morning to Kingsport, Tennessee to do a conference for the Westminster Presbyterian Church. The Lord willing, I hope to deliver six messages on the theme, “How Should We Live? Solus Christus!”—one this evening, two on Saturday morning, and three on the Lord’s Day.
Your prayers are treasured.
For those unable to attend in person, the conference will be livestreamed here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCR6i6TErgZu3o1cuAEMyVzA
I am grateful to announce that RHB has just released another ground-breaking title, “In the Beginning: Listening to Genesis 1 and 2” by Cornelis Van Dam—a carefully written 380-page book which argues that reading the first chapters of the Bible as history is not only justified but necessary. Highly recommended as a volume that provides a robust defense of the faith once delivered to the saints!
RHB has received two more of its brand new titles: “Ten Modern Evangelism Myths: A Biblical Corrrective” by Ryan Denton—an excellent presentation of evangelism from a biblical, Reformed perspective; and “Weak Pastor, Strong Christ: Developing a Christ-shaped Gospel Ministry” by Reuben Bredenhof—a very helpful book for pastors who often feel overwhelmed by the tensions and challenges of pastoral ministry today.
Ten Modern Evangelism Myths: https://www.heritagebooks.org/products/ten-modern-evangelism-myths-a-biblical-corrective-denton.html
Weak Pastor, Strong Christ: https://www.heritagebooks.org/products/weak-pastor-strong-christ-developing-a-christ-shaped-gospel-ministry-bredenhof.html
My dear wife Mary spent scores of evenings working silently at my side in my study with me during the past year of pandemic restrictions pecking away at writing a book on a subject that has been burning in her soul for years. I am grateful to report that her new book—“Teach Them to Work: Building a Positive Work Ethic in Our Children” (Reformation Heritage Books, 224 pages)—which deals with both parental and practical examples, has finally arrived!
Our friend Paul Washer writes, “Mary Beeke has written a remarkable book on the privilege and art of raising children. It is theological, practical, insightful, helpful, and a delight to read. As I turned the pages, I felt as though I was reading from a Reformed or Puritan classic on the family that had been re-crafted by the pen of a contemporary writer and made accessible to all. I recommend this work without reservation — not only to parents but also to their children.”