Jesus is Greater: A Study in Hebrews

  This Sunday (18 June 2017) we will begin a new sermon series at Rolleston Baptist Church – “Jesus is Greater: A Study in Hebrews”. Here are some items which should be helpful for those desiring to prepare themselves for this series by becoming a bit more familiar with the book of Hebrews: Ryan Ferguson reciting the book of Hebrews… Read more →

2017 Reading Plans as You Plan to Read

I hope your planning to read in 2017. Specifically, I hope you are planning to read your Bible and good theology in 2017. From my experience, most people won’t do either without a plan. Here are some helpful plans for you Bible reading: Bible Reading Plan for Shirkers and Slackers Professor Grant Horners Bible Reading System The Discipleship Journal Reading… Read more →

Deuteronomy – Intensely Practical

A helpful summary, giving expression to why I am thankful for the opportunity to preach through Deuteronomy at this time. It is an immensely practical book, speaking loudly into our age.   “The ‘framework’ of this book [Deuteronomy] (chapters 1-11 and 27-34) makes it plain that there is an important dynamic element in living as the people of God. Walking… Read more →

FRBCNZ – Roving Classroom – Ethics – Rolleston – 18 June 2016

The Fellowship of Reformed Baptist Churches holds a “Roving Classroom” three to four times per year hosted in various locations across New Zealand on a Saturday covering a variety of topics. You can download an A5 brochure which can be distributed either electronically and/or in print to those who may be interested in the course to be hosted by Rolleston Baptist… Read more →

Deuteronomy Sermon Series – Introduction

(Image Credit: Katrina Sinclair) This Sunday we will begin a new series through the book of Deuteronomy. Perhaps it has been awhile since you have read Deuteronomy or thought much about the details of the Old Testament. Even if that is not the case, everyone would find these three short videos helpful and, I think, fun. Firstly, a helpful overview… Read more →