Billy Graham once referred to John Stott as “the most respected clergyman in the world.” In 2005, Time Magazine ranked him among the 100 most influential people in the world.
Today Stott’s incredible theological and practical insights are available to you in The Bible for Today with John Stott.
Giving you a fresh, clear, and true vision of the authentic Jesus, The Bible for Today balances high theology with practical Christian living in a way that compels every listener to soak in and live out the truth of God’s Word.
Concern For God‘s Glory
John Stott shows the primary purpose of prayer is not to just request things for ourselves and our loved ones, but to have the glory and purposes of God first and foremost in mind. He explains Pharasaical prayer, pagen prayer and Christian prayer.
Jesus‘s Vision for His Church
John Stott sits in the upper room with Christ and hears Him pray for the truth of the church, the holiness of the church, the mission of the church and the unity of the church.
Qualifications of Christian Leaders - Part 2
John Stott unpacks the scriptural qualifications for a church leaders. He shows the things that should not be present in a leader as well as the requirements for eligability.
Qualifications of Christian Leaders - Part 1
John Stott explains that the health of the local church depends on the quality of its leaders. He shows that pastoral leadership was always God's purpose, that it may take different forms and should consist of a team and not a single leader.
More Than He Bargained For - Part 2
John Stott explains why the healing of the lame man in Acts 3 was recorded, what Luke wanted his readers to learn from it and what lessons it has for us today.
More Than He Bargained For - Part 1
John Stott carefully analyses the miraculous healing of the lame man recorded in Acts 3. John asks why that particular event was recorded and whether we should expect miraculous healing today.
Extraordinary, simple, profound and enlightening
One of my favourites from the Christian Premier podcast collection. Absolute joy to listen to. If only I could have seen and heard him when alive. Highly recommended.