September 2010 Issue
21st Century Reformation
"The Library Talks" - Part One
In what is certain to become a classic series, Anthony Buzzard and J. Dan Gill are found at Anthony's personal library with cameras rolling. What follows is non-stop discussion of scriptural issues that will not disappoint our viewers.
J. Dan Gill
"Christ Centered Triumph"
J. Dan Gill, Editor in Chief of 21st Century Reformation Online gives an insightful presentation of Jesus Christ as active head of the church. This is a workshop conducted at the 2010 General Conference of the Church of God.
"The Father You've Yet to Meet"
Pastor Steve Taylor of Arizona presents an intriguing view of God in "The Father You've Yet To Meet." Ever wonder what God is like? This presentation brings us an exceptional view of the God we have not yet seen.
"Blessed In Jesus"
Pastor Mark Jones of Tennessee relates to his audience how to have a spiritually healthy heart, eyes and ears. He encourages his viewers to look to God's word afresh and consider the positive effects that it can have on our lives. "Blessed in Jesus" means to be blessed in God's word.
"One God Conference In Europe"
Werner Bartl of Vienna Austria brings a short overview of news about the One God movement in Europe and information regarding the upcoming One God Conference to be held at Warmsroth, Germany on "Reformation Day" (Oct. 29th – 31st)
Joel Hemphill - Ministers' Meeting In Louisiana
Joel Hemphill is in excellent form as he addresses an amazing gathering of ministers from both Trinitarian and Oneness backgrounds in Louisiana. This is a meeting of extraordinary men and women of God who are willing to "lay it all on the line" for right understanding of God and his Son Jesus.
Korean Extension -
This is a documentary
produced by 21st
which focuses on the
Korean Extension of
Atlanta Bible College.
It introduces us to the
staff, facilities and
Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who hath blessed us with all spiritual blessings in heavenly places in Christ.
Photo by David Maas