Tag Archives: Revival

From the Vicarage March 2013

From the vicarage – March 2013 Last month I attended the Fellowship of Word and Spirit conference for the fourth time. Alistair France, former ministry trainee of our church, was there again and he passes on his regards as well … Continue reading

Tagged , , , | Leave a comment

True Revival

During the summer, I came across a helpful description of what happens when true revival is seen in the church. In his book A Mighty Fortress (Christian Focus 2003), T.M. Moore cites the work of John H. Armstrong who has … Continue reading

Posted in Grace and Works | Tagged , , , , , , , , , | Leave a comment

Avoiding neonomian evangelism [updated]

Ten years ago evangelicals would deride liberals for their notion of the spiritual journey. Today, it seems, the liberals were right. The language, or at least the notion, of journeying is now almost ubiquitous. The evangelical trip with God begins … Continue reading

Posted in Expository Preaching, Growing Christians | Tagged , , , , , , | 2 Comments

Keller and Lloyd-Jones on revival

At the recent Urban Plant Life conference in London, Tim Keller spoke on revival in churches (Jonny Raine has put his notes from the day on his blog). There’s been many local revivals in churches or clusters of churches in … Continue reading

Posted in Means of Grace | Tagged , , | 7 Comments