Here is a novel way to increase your Puritan intake. Take Richard Sibbs, mix in Mark Dever, and your have the “Reading Sibbs Aloud Project.”
The Reading Sibbes Aloud Project provides a growing collection of sermons of the Puritan Richard Sibbes. The great value of Puritan writing continues to be its depth of scriptural insight and timeless application. Please join Mark Dever as he reads through the works of the “Prince of the Puritans” Richard Sibbes.
The Reading Sibbs Aloud Project >>>
The lads at Christ the Center invite Joseph Pipa to discuss the impact William Perkins had on influencing Puritan preaching.
William Perkins & Puritan Preaching >>>
Michael Phillips has been blessing his congregation in Fremont, California with a great many sermon series based on Puritan writings. This 8 sermon series is no exception, and takes a look at the classic Purtian work by Jeremiah Burroughs, ‘The Rare Jewel of Christian Contentment.’
You will be challenged by this series to consider where your discontent lies and why. Burroughs is one of my favorite Puritan authors and Phillip brings this important book to life in his unique fashion.
The Excellency of Contentment>>>
Michael Phillips has tackled 7 sermons focusing on Matthew Henry’s teaching on the seven last sayings of Christ on the Cross. Puritan Matthew Henry is one of the few preachers who have written a commentary on the whole Bible, his teaching is highly valued.
The Seven Sayings of Christ on the Cross>>>