Friday Hot Links – May 19, 2017

I hope you’ve had a great week. I spent 3 days leading part of a Pastor’s Essentials Conference sponsored by LifeWay Christian Resources. The team met with a group of pastors in central Mississippi and had a wonderful time talking, training, and discussing how to become better disciple-makers in our churches. I’d like to welcome aboard many of those pastors who’ve subscribed to the blog this week!

Here are some hot links for your weekend reading. These are from friends and colleagues I trust to speak truth about church leadership, Bible study groups, and other topics that may be important to you and your church. Happy reading, and thanks as always for supporting and following this blog!

Shoulder to shoulder,

Ken Braddy

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Friday Hot Links – May 13, 2017

This past week, 74 new people subscribed to the blog! That includes some new friends at Versailles Baptist Church in Versailles, KY. Thanks, Jonathan Berry, for being a great host and having me come up and train your group leaders on Thursday night!

Here are some links to posts and podcasts from trusted sources. I hope these will help you as you continue to lead your group or your church’s entire groups ministry!

Shoulder to shoulder,

Ken Braddy

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Friday Hot Links – May 5, 2017

Happy Cinco de Mayo. Enjoy some good Tex-Mex for lunch (I am), and enjoy these Hot Links to other blog posts and podcasts from friends and others I trust.

Also, welcome aboard to another 73 new subscribers to the blog, including some new friends at Northcrest Baptist Church in Meridian, MS. We had a great weekend of training last Friday night and Saturday morning – I’m glad many of you have followed the blog this week!

If you’re reading this post but aren’t following the blog, just go to kenbraddy.com and sign up in a minute with only your email address.

Shoulder to shoulder,

Ken Braddy

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Friday’s Hot Links – April 28, 2017

I’d like to welcome 67 more subscribers to the blog this week – glad to have you aboard! I am happy you found the blog, and equally happy that you are finding the daily posts helpful in your teaching/groups ministry wherever you are. If you have stumbled into this blog, you can jump from this post to my home page and sign up to receive daily posts Monday-Friday. It takes about 30 seconds – just use the field in the upper right corner to enter your email address…that’s it!

Here’s a quick reminder about a new feature on the home page of the blog: I now have a tab at the top of the page to LifeWay Teacher Helps. This page has links to all three of LifeWay’s most popular curriculum lines:  Explore The Bible, Bible Studies For Life, and The Gospel Project (used by millions of people weekly). If you use those at your church, you might think about sharing the blog with your fellow group leaders and encourage them to use those links to find extra helps as they prepare to guide their Bible study groups.

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Here are some links to trusted articles and podcasts from friends around the web. I hope you’ll have some time this weekend to read or listen to some of them!

May God bless you, your church, and your group!

Ken Braddy

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Friday Hot Links 4-21-17

I’d like to officially welcome almost another 100 new subscribers to the blog, including a group of education pastors who participated in LifeWay’s recent M.E. Essentials Conference.

I’ve added a new tab on the home page of the blog for all of you who use LifeWay curriculum in your Bible teaching ministry. The new tab is “LifeWay Teacher Helps” and this page contains links to teacher helps each week. There are sermon outlines, extra discussion questions, and video training sessions – all free. Why would I add this particular page? Because almost 3M people a week use LifeWay’s “ongoing” Bible study curriculum, and teachers are always looking for ways to save time – and oh yeah…my teams create the stuff!  I hope you’ll enjoy this new resource page. If you teach from Explore the Bible, Bible Studies for Life, or The Gospel Project, come here each week and save some time with these helpful free resources! You might want to share kenbraddy.com with  your group leaders if you haven’t already and invite them to come to the site and get these free helps.

Now – the hot links! As you know, I post links to articles and podcasts from trusted sources around the web. Happy reading this weekend. May the Lord continue to bless you, your group, and your church as you teach His Word!

Shoulder to shoulder,

Ken Braddy

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Good Friday Hot Links

 

It’s been another great week on the blog…about 70 new subscribers have signed up to receive daily posts – welcome aboard you newbies!

I hope you have a restful and worshipful weekend as we celebrate Jesus’ life, death, and especially His resurrection. Because of Him, we do what we do. May He continue to bless you, your groups, and your churches!

I’ve included some blog posts and podcasts from trusted friends and sources, and something new this week because of Easter – a video clip of Tim Keller’s “True and Better” – I really encourage you to watch it…it’s short…and it’s powerful. Dr. Keller blazes his way through the Old Testament in about two minutes and points out how Jesus was the fulfillment of the Old Testament…how the stories point to Him and foreshadow His life and ministry. Worth a watch!

He is risen!

Ken Braddy

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Friday Hot Links – March 31, 2017

Happy Friday everyone – I hope it’s been a great week for you. I’ve put together some links to some really great posts and podcasts from around the web – from people I know and trust. I hope you enjoy reading or listening to some of these in the days ahead!

Ken Braddy

 

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