Friend of Grace Fridays

>Friend of Grace Fridays

> – Are you a Submerger? Find out over at The Submerging Influence. This is the community blog of Reclaiming the Mind Ministries and a sister blog to one of our favorites, Parchment & Pen. Check it out. (Oh yeah, we made their blogroll which is pretty cool).

– In the Dallas and Fort Worth area? Ligonier Ministries is conducting a 2007 Fall Conference (The Cross of Christ, Redemption Accomplished) hosted at Pantego Bible Church on November 2 and 3. Speakers will be Dr. R.C. Sproul and Dr. Steven J. Lawson. The conference will explore the doctrine of the atonement. Should be good. And they offer a special rate for pastors, professional teachers, students, and ages 13-18. Guess fans of R.C. who are 12 and below have to pay full price.

– Everyone knows about Schrute-Space, the blog of Dwight Schrute (right?). But did you know that Creed has a blog of his own? That’s right. Check out Creed Thoughts here. Mmm, buffets. I know what he means.

– Have you linked to CRMafia yet? Link to us or mention us on your blog and you too could be a part of Friend of Grace Fridays.



2 thoughts on “>Friend of Grace Fridays

  1. >I’d like to. I’ll let you know. Have to check my work and school schedules.

    Posted by Jeff Wright | October 5, 2007, 6:38 pm
  2. >I’ll be at the Sproul conference with some Providence Church peeps.Anyone else going?

    Posted by GUNNY | October 5, 2007, 5:55 pm

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