We all need a break every now and then; and now is the time for that. We shouldn't be writing blogs on our holiday and you shouldn't be reading them on yours! So on that note, see you in September.
Preaching Christ well from the Old Testament is one of the hardest things preachers have to do. However often we do it, we always feel we could be doing better. Either we struggle to do it at all (not so much of an issue these days), or we struggle to do it well in a way that is honest with the text and doesn't flatten OT preaching into a kind of "one sermon fits all" mould. That's why we've made it the focus of our Autumn Ministers Conference (9-12 November 2015). We're really pleased that this year we're joined by Richard Pratt who is an expert in this field. Many of us have benefitted from his superb Chronicles and Exodus work and this time around we've asked him to address Joshua. Who doesn't want to hear that! With other sessions focused on the vexed question of getting from the Old Testament to Christ, it should be a remarkable time away together in every way. We look forward to seeing you there. If you've not been for a few years, it would be great to see you. If you have, make it a date again. And why not bring a friend....? Booking is open here.
Day rate £50
3 days £115
Student day rate £25
Student 3 days £60
Tuesday 21st June 2016 –
Thursday 23rd June 2016
Speakers will include Jonty Allcock, Don Carson, Simon Manchester, Vaughan Roberts, Dan Steel, Tim Ward and Robin Weekes.
PT Cornhill Teaching Day South West 2015
Saturday 3rd October 2015
With Christopher Ash.
Started in 1991, PT Cornhill exists primarily to train preachers, as well as equipping men and women to teach the Bible in other contexts, such as youth/children's work and women's ministry. Click here for more details
We're gradually adding material from our archive. EMA 1993 featured Dick Lucas, Phillip Jensen, Don Carson, David Petersen and John Lennox for a mix of inspiring teaching, challenging exhortation and encouraging reports of gospel work. (Click the title, left, for the talks)