Posts tagged with ‘Lloyd-Jones’

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Singing in Lockdown

by Andy Robinson

On September 17th 1939 Martyn Lloyd-Jones- two weeks after war was announced- preached on Acts 16:25. Paul and Silas have been flogged and imprisoned in Philippi. And yet we read- “About midnight Paul and Silas were praying and singing hymns to God, and the other prisoners were listening to them.” Lloyd-Jones wrote to his wife […]

Lessons from the war

by Andy Robinson

Over the weekend I was reading Iain Murray’s biography of the great 20th century preacher Martyn Lloyd-Jones. Now that wasn’t just because there wasn’t a great deal else to do! Rather I wanted to focus on this question- how did his church, Westminster Chapel in London, cope with the war? After all, there may be […]

Taking homegroups back to the 1920s…

by Andy Robinson

A couple of years ago I did some work on the life of Martyn Lloyd-Jones to be presented to the Oxford Training Partnership. At some point I may write it up in a series of posts. But, for the moment, I want to reflect on one aspect of his life that intrigued me. It comes […]

The Glory of God: Reminders from EMA

by Andy Robinson

A couple of weeks ago I spent three days down in London at the Evangelical Ministry Assembly, organised by the Proclamation Trust. I’ve not been to this conference for a few years and it was good to catch up with old friends. The theme was “Removing the veil- the glory of God and the preaching […]