18 April, 2008


Some of my friends made it out the "Together For the Gospel Conference". I was unable to go, although I would to have liked to. (I do not think that conference hopping is very wise for a man with a family... one a year is good for me!) I am looking forward to hearing the lectures though.

According to my friend, and Heritage Books blogger, Michael Dewalt, RC Sproul had the most impressive lecture.

Pray that the thousands of ministers present will be refreshed to bring the Gospel back to their homes and their congregations. If you attended, let us know what lectures you liked best and how they ministered to you.

You can download all of them here.


shawnanderson said...

Hey Nate,

Your link for 2006 T4G.

Here is the link for 2008 T4G.


Robbie said...

it was sweet.
Sproul's was the most convicting and a must to listen to. If you see the video - it is humbling, as he has to preach from a chair, and is in a wheelchair getting to the platform.

Thabiti's is also a must, i will leave it at that.

Lig's deals with Enns and the happenings at WTS... its great.

Mohler's is an academic lecture on the doctrine of substitution, excellent but not heart searching convicting.

Mahaney's was the most expositional of the lot and was phenomenal, as was Piper's.

Dever's is on the same tier as Thabitis.

Im posting reflections on my blog too...

PS> i met your friends, sweet guys.

Mrs. P said...

Ha, small world. Our pastor attended that conference as well and shared a lot of what RC Sproul talked about during his message last night.

It was great!