Things You Should Read: Project TGM (Theology, Gospel, Mission)

Things You Should Read: Project TGM (Theology, Gospel, Mission) August 9, 2012

I’m a contributor to a great new project called Project TGM, which features the writing of a bunch of young Baptist whippersnappers (including Micah Fries and Logan Gentry) who love the gospel, theology, and Christic mission.  The site is clean and elegant, and the writing is fresh and deep.

Here’s a bit about the website, which features a lot of great content:

Project TGM is a ministry focused on bringing perspective to theology, gospel, and mission and their impact on culture.

We are a fellowship of confessing evangelicals who simply want to see the name of Jesus Christ be exalted and made famous among the nations. How will we do this? By providing gospel-centered content in hopes of generating a desire for the gospel in the hearts of those who come across this site. With all of the noise on the Internet today, we aim to offer truth beyond the noise; an eternal truth that changes lives. In the end, we want to see both the saved and unsaved drawn toward the redemptive grace of the Triune God.

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More about Project TGM

Brandon Smith – Introducting… Project TGM

Seth McBeeThe Intertwining of Theology, Gospel, Mission

Check out Project TGM, the brainchild of Brandon Smith.  The site will be running some posts from this blog, and I’ll contribute some original content on the Southern Baptist Convention, theology, culture, and why mochas are the ne plus ultra of coffee drinks.

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