I’ve been blessed not only to attend but also to lead times of gathered worship in song, prayer, and Scripture for Gordon-Conwell’s Spurgeon Sabbatical this June 19-29. Last summer I attended as a student, was mentored by 15 or so awesome pastors and instructed by the pastorally-sensitive and theologically-rich teaching of Dr. Scott Hafemann. Last year we studied the letter of 1 Peter and the book On Being a Theologian of the Cross. This year we will be studying 2 Peter “Real Faith and the Reality of Judgment” and Eugene Peterson’s book Christ Plays in 10,000 Places.
Please pray for me that I would be used by God to lead times of gathered worship that truly encourage these men to exult in King Jesus and that prepare our hearts and minds for all that God has in store for them during this study sabbatical.
(If I were one of those cool bloggers out there, I might consider doing ‘live blogging.’ But since I’m not, we don’t have to worry about that!)