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I just wanted to pass along word to those of you (especially those outside the GTA) who haven’t been able to make it out to the Toronto Pastors Fellowship meetings. Our media library contains all the messages (as well as the papers, in pdf format) that have been delivered at our monthly gatherings. There are also messages there from past conferences. Everything is available to download for free.

There are great messages to download from

  • D.A. Carson
  • Michael Haykin
  • Tom Schreiner
  • Stephen Wellum
  • Paul Martin
  • Tim Kerr
  • David Sitton
  • Charles Woodrow
  • Brad Powers
  • Stephen Kring
  • Alex Montoya
  • And many others!

In particular, I would like to highlight two messages that I think are particularly worth listening to, both preach by Pastor Carl Muller of Trinity Baptist Church in Burlington.

First is a message he preached at the 2007 Pastors Conference on the topic of ‘Balance in Ministry.’ This is an excellent admonition to pastors to maintain a close watch on their life and doctrine, and to keep a large perspective on all of life and ministry.

The second is the message he just preached at the past meeting of the Toronto Pastors Fellowship. It is called, ‘Pastor, Serve the Weak: Minister to the sick, elderly, and dying.‘ It is a phenomenal reminder to pastors that this part of our job is not a burden, but a blessing; it is an essential element of shepherding, and one that must not be neglected.

If you are a pastor, want to be a pastor, or know a pastor, these are great messages for you to hear. I recommend them all!

Love Your Wife!


Pastor Tim Kerr

Pastor Tim Kerr

Yesterday we had our December meeting of the Toronto Pastors Fellowship. What a blessing it was!

Pastor Tim Kerr of Sovereign Grace Church Toronto gave us a presentation titled, ‘Pastor, Love Your Wife!’ It was an excellent message. It was theological, cross-centred, and ultimately practical.

While the paper itself was good, the presentation of it was even better. Tim’s elaboration of the details in the paper were excellent, as were his answers in the question & answer time.

This month at TPF was a special one for several reasons. We invited all the men to bring their wives this month (who are always welcome, but especially so this month). Then after the meeting we all went out for lunch at a local restaurant. What a great time together!

Even though the paper was geared directly towards pastors and their wives, any married person would benefit from Tim’s ministry. You can download the paper here or you can get the audio here

If you know of a pastor within driving distance to the Greater Toronto Area, please let him know about the Pastors Fellowship. It has been a blessing to me, and I’m sure it will be to him as well.

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