Reformation Society
To the Friends of the Reformation Society - 16 August 2018

Dear Friends


Greetings in the precious Name of our Lord and Saviour, Jesus Christ.


Back to the Bible for Reformation and Revival

Our latest From the Frontline podcast on will be uploaded and available on our from 9pm tonight, Tuesday, 14 August. I will be interviewing authors John Clifford and Hunter Combs on their new publication, the Biblical Preaching Handbook. Our missionaries have felt burdened with the dangerous lack of depth from all too many pulpits. It is in response to the pervasive shallowness of preaching that they have written this practical handbook. The Biblical Preaching Handbook deals with the character of the preacher, the method of sermon preparation and the delivery of the message. It is our hope that this book will inspire, empower and equip pastors to preach through the whole counsel of God, instruct the Body of Christ in the way of righteousness, to stand firm in the battle for the Faith and lead the people of God in grace and truth. “So shall My Word be that goes forth from My mouth; it shall not return to Me void, but it shall accomplish what I please and it shall prosper in the thing for which I sent it” Isaiah 55:11


The Greatest Books in History

Please join us Thursday, 16 August at 7pm for tea and fellowship and at 7:30pm for a presentation on some of the most important books ever written and how they can enrich and empower us in understanding the times, knowing how we can fulfill the Great Commission and work for Reformation and Revival today. I will also give a report back on the recent Fraudulent Land Expropriation Hearings and how we can respond to them “of the sons of Issachar who had understanding of the times, to know what Israel ought to do…” 1 Chronicles 12:32


Livingstone Fellowship

The Livingstone Fellowship service this Sunday, 19 August at 11am and will continue with our Bible Survey on 1 Timothy.


Home Education Open Day Workshops

The planned upcoming Open Days for Home Educators will be:

Wednesday, 22 August on Contemporary South African History (20th century).

Wednesday, 26 September on Christian History of Africa.

Wednesday, 24 October on The Century of Repression, Revolt and Reformation (16th century).

Each Open Day Workshop will be from 9am to 4pm and will include an interactive parallel Children’s programme. Please R.S.V.P, to, or phone 021-689-4480.


Yours for Reformation and Revival


Dr. Peter Hammond


Reformation 500

Livingstone Fellowship


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