Whether writing on Twitter or painting houses, Tim Clark is a beautician, taking broken things and making them beautiful.
Join Redeemer Presbyterian Church on November 17 as Greg Epstein talks with Tim Keller about the implications of C. S. Lewis’s classic essay, “On Living in an Atomic Age.”
Tim Keller’s new book forces us to confront life as it really is and not as our Western fairy tales suggest.
Remember John Newton’s maxim: “Everything is needful that he sends; nothing can be needful that he withholds.”
With 1 in every 5 people in the world reading the Chinese language there is a need for biblically sound Christian books, theological training, and discipleship materials.
Watch Tim Keller, Don Carson, and Ben Peays discuss the past and future of TGC.
A resource we hope will aid you in situating your own contextual ministry within a broad understanding of our world’s shifting cultural currents.
A gospel-energized ministry does not need to have fans who are emotionally dependent on the leaders.
Tim Keller will be joined at this TGC13 post-conference by leaders in business, tech, non-profits, and the church as we seek to re-connect Sunday worship with Monday work.
Today, in Boston, over 1,200 pastors, church leaders, campus leaders, and concerned lay-people from all around New England gathered together at the first day of the 2012 TGC New England Regional Conference.