Discipleship and Evangelism Resources
This is a video series on the ACC YouTube site about how the grace of God which comes through the Gospel of Jesus affects every aspect of our lives. Often the Good News of Jesus can seem abstract or unattached to many areas of our lives and yet our knowledge of, and the fact of our justification is central to every part of our lives.
Talks include personal testimony illustrating how the Gospel impacts the Christian life within family, church and community.
- Rev. Derek Schiller: Intro to Grace and Gospel in Life: Justification: the most practical truth!
- Rev. Simon Dent: Grace and Gospel in sport and recreation
- John Teunis: Grace and Gospel through depression/burn-out
- Rev. Trevor Faggotter: Gospel in work and vocation
- Rev. David Kowalick: Grace and Gospel: Anger and doubt
- Pastor Robyn Painter: Grace and Gospel with money and possessions
- Sam Hemming: Grace, Gospel and Rest
- Rev. Jonathan Button: Grace and Gospel and the fear of death
- Rev. Derek Schiller: Grace and Gospel and parenting
- Rev. Rod James: Grace and Gospel in issues of gender and sexuality
The ACC Series on Marriage is available on the ACC YouTube site
The Study Guide for the DVD 'The Hope of a New Heaven and New Earth'.
Document is to help Church Councils to be more effective. Written by Rev Dr Dean Brookes at Hope Valley Uniting Church in SA
Robert Iles highlights a "modern Erasmus" - Alister McGrath. His knowledge is prolific, his writings limpid, his commitment to the Gospel passionate, his appreciation of the Church perceptive and his theological convictions powerfully biblical. He is a theological, philosophical and apologetic evangelist and a great gift to this generation of Christians.
Robert Iles shows why Peter Taylor Forsyth was a theological colossus coming out of Scottish Congregationalism. "I have heard him quoted and cited by T F Torrance, Alister McGrath and other luminaries. He has been the most consistently abiding theological influence on my own life and thinking. I once knew a powerful visitation of God’s Spirit while studying The Holy Father."
Robert Iles remembers Erasmus, sometimes called the forgotten Reformer, who was a genius of his time Erasmus had an encyclopaedic knowledge and a devotion to scholarship unsurpassed, coupled with an unwavering devotion to Christ.