Discipleship in a Digital Age Messages Available
The talks from our Fall 2015 Christian Life Conference on the topic of “Discipleship in a Digital Age: What does it mean to follow Jesus in the 21st Century?”, featuring the Rev. Dr. T. David Gordon, professor of Religion and Greek at Grove City College (Grove City, PA), and held on September 19 and 20, are available on the Sermon page of our website (http://lakeopc.net/sermons/). If you were not able to attend our Fall conference, or if you would find it beneficial to listen to his talks again, I would encourage you to take the time to do so.
The talks that are available from Dr. Gordon’s presentations are as follows:
“Introduction: Christian Living and the Challenges of Today’s Digital World”
“Christian Living and the Family in the Digital Age”
“Worship and the Ordinary Means of Grace in the Digital Age”
(Regrettably, the Saturday afternoon talk that Dr. Gordon gave on “Christian Living and the Church in the Digital Age” was not successfully recorded, and thus is not available for listening.)
Also available is Dr. Gordon’s sermon from Sunday, September 20 on “The King’s Sin”, a sermon based upon Psalm 51.
Dr. Gordon has also written two stimulating and informative books related to his expertise on the emerging discipline of “media ecology”: Why Johnny Can’t Preach: The Media Have Shaped the Messengers, and Why Johnny Can’t Sing Hymns: How Pop Culture Rewrote the Hymnal. Both titles are available from P & R Publishers, and may be purchased here: http://www.prpbooks.com/authors/t-david-gordon
These books are short, well-written, and edifying, and they offer much food for thought when it comes to life in the church today.