With another cofounder leaving, Together for the Gospel prepares for its final event. The popular reformed evangelical pastors conference Together for the Gospel (T4G) will hold its final gathering in April 2022, following the departure of one of its founders, Albert Mohler. Cofounders Mark Dever and Ligon Duncan announced Thursday that after 16 years of putting on the biannual event in Louisville, “This is it.” Dever, Duncan, Mohler, and C. J. Mahaney developed the idea for T4G out of their friendship in ministry. They held the first T4G conference in 2006, drawing 3,000 attendees. “We were all surprised how many…

For the past two decades, pastors and ministry leaders have attended the annual Basics conference at Parkside Church in early May. Hosted by Alistair Begg, Basics encourages men in ministry to faithfully preach God’s Word and carry out the practical aspects of their callings while also providing an opportunity for church leaders to share in valued fellowship. The event has long been one of our favorites here at Truth For Life. But like many large gatherings during the COVID pandemic, Basics 2020 and Basics 2021, which were each scheduled to host men from all around the world, were both cancelled….

Phase One of President Trump’s Middle East peace plan, an economic summit in Bahrain, has put Jordan and Egypt in a delicate position.

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Deepen your knowledge of Christ this summer as you study who he is—his person, nature, and work—in the Mobile Ed Christology Conference. Jesus Christ is central to the Christian faith. And who we believe he is will determine how we know and worship him. But to learn more about him means having the time and resources you need and can trust. That’s why Mobile Ed’s Summer Conference from August 20–31 lets you learn and study Christology from well-respected scholars such as Dr. Douglas Moo, Dr. Gerry Breshears, Dr. Craig A Evans and more, through interactive video courses you can access anywhere,…

How do we delight in reading God’s Word when we find ourselves bored by it? It’s an honest question that we’re oftentimes afraid to ask or even admit to ourselves. But we all experience days when we find it difficult to enjoy reading our Bibles. We read a passage but the words seem to fall flat. Or we struggle to discover how seemingly obscure passages apply to our lives. On days we do have the desire to read, there’s often an endless list of things to be done, children to care for, or other distractions—or we’re simply to zapped of…

Below I talk with Dr. Jamie Aten about the upcoming Disaster Ministry Conference. Ed: What’s can attendees expect from HDI’s Disaster Ministry Conference? Jamie: The Disaster Ministry Conference will equip church and lay leaders to prepare and care for small localized crises to large national events. When most people hear the word “disaster” they often mentally pictures natural disasters, acts of terrorism, and mass shootings. Our conference will not only address these sorts of topics, but also show how disasters are related to pressing issues like the refugee crisis and human trafficking. In addition to learning from our keynote speakers—who…