Union Publishing is thrilled to announce its publication lineup coming in fall of 2022: Right with God by Michael Reeves, Come and See: A History and Theology of Mission by Glen Scrivener and Justin Schell, God Shines Forth: How the Nature of God Shapes and Drives the Mission of the Church by Daniel Hames and Michael Reeves, and Reformation Fellowship Magazine 5.
We are also thrilled to announce two video series: Custos Animae: Friendship in the History of the West with Michael A.G. Haykin, and Come and See: A History and Theology of Mission with Justin Schell.
How do we become right with God? Michael Reeves warmly and clearly introduces what the Bible teaches about justification by faith alone. For anyone who does not know Christ or is lacking confidence in their salvation, the Bible has good news of comfort and joy. This volume will be sure to warm your heart and make revel in the goodness of our triune God.
God’s mission in creation and redemption is to bring men and women into the fellowship that the Father, Son, and Spirit have always shared. Come and See: A History and Theology of Mission is an invitation to understand that mission. Exploring how God’s nature informs mission and surveying the missional narrative of Scripture, Come and See lays a theological and biblical foundation for Christian mission, inviting you to savor and participate in the grand story of God’s mission that begins in Genesis and continues today.
Perfect for church-based training programs, Come and See will introduce readers to both the theology of mission and the history of God’s work through the church on mission. You and your church are welcomed to join the great mission story that God is telling!
This quarterly magazine from Reformation Fellowship features articles from pastors, teachers and scholars. This issue features Thomas Schreiner, Michael Reeves, Dane Ortlund, Dan Cruver, J. Stephen Yuille, Steffen Jenkins, Sarah Allen, and Christmas Evans.
- Looking Back at Naperville, Looking Forward to Atlanta (Michael Reeves, Dane Ortlund, and Dan Cruver)
- The Exclusivity and Sufficincy of Christ, our Saviour (J. Stephen Yuille)
- Justification Calms the Heart (Thomas Schreiner)
- Justification by Faith from the Begining (Steffen Jenkins)
- Mary, Did You Know? (Sarah Allen)
- Finished Redemption (Christmas Evans)
Evangelism and missions are parts of the Christian life often accompanied by fears, insecurities, and cultural pressures. In God Shines Forth: How the Nature of God Shapes and Drives the Mission of the Church, and What Fuels the Mission of the Church? (Concise version), Daniel Hames and Michael Reeves argue that an individual’s relationship with God influences their evangelism and missions more than anything else. Scripture clearly shows that a believer’s responsibility is to make God known in the world, but this cannot be done without first knowing and enjoying God.
To illustrate how knowledge of God influences evangelism and missions, Hames and Reeves address biblical themes such as the glory of God, Christ’s sacrifice, the fallenness of man, and the church’s future hope. There is hope for those who find these topics intimidating—when believers focus on the glory of the lamb of God, the gospel will shine through them.
Video Teaching Series
In this video series, teacher and author Justin Schell introduces us to both the theology of mission and the history of God’s work through his church on mission. Exploring how God’s nature informs mission and surveying the missional narrative of Scripture, Come and See lays a theological and biblical foundation for Christian mission, inviting you to savor and participate in the grand story of God’s mission that begins in Genesis and continues today.
- The Missionary Heart of God
- Mission in the Old Testament – Part 1
- Mission in the Old Testament – Part 2
- Mission in the New Testament – Part 1
- Mission in the New Testament – Part 2
- The State of the World
- Global Gospel, Global World
- The Mission of the Church
- Jesus, the Only Way
- Mission and the Life of the Christian
Our culture is not one that provides great encouragement for the nurture and development of deep, long-lasting, satisfying friendships. Friendship takes time. It involves sacrifice. And early-twenty-first-century Western culture, in all its busyness, is characteristically far more interested in receiving and possessing than sacrificing and giving. In this series of lectures, church historian Michael A.G. Haykin shows that friendship is a vehicle by which God enables us to enter into caring for not only our own soul but also the souls of one another.
1. Introduction—custos animae: the care of souls
2. The Friendship of Paul and Timothy
3. Friendship in the Christian tradition
4. Two Eighteenth-Century New England Friends (Esther Burr and Sarah Prince)
5. Two Eighteenth-Century Baptist Friends (Andrew Fuller and John Ryland, Jr.)
Help us reach, resource and raise up more leaders
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By giving now, you will help multiply the number of resources we can provide for the church, including greatly expanding the teaching ministry of Michael Reeves, Union’s president.
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- If you give a one-time gift towards this project, that amount will be doubled: $100 becomes $200.
- If you set up a monthly donation, that amount will be tripled: $100 becomes $300
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