‘Pursuing God’s Heart Yourself’ – a series of videos by Peter Mead

In three series of short videos, Peter Mead takes us through seven basic principles that will help us to understand and learn from the Bible. He applies these seven principles as he guides us through the books of Ruth, Titus and Jonah. Peter’s aim is to enable these principles to become part of the way we approach the Scriptures and feast on its riches. He says, “My aim, my goal, my prayer is that as you look at God’s word, spending time studying it, thinking about it, applying these principles, . . . you’ll get to know Him better, . . . you’ll be stirred to love him more, and . . . you’ll find yourself feasting on God’s word.” These videos are excellent introductions to reading the Bible. As well as for personal study, they would be very suitable for use in churches – for example, in small groups. The video below is the introduction to the whole series:

Here are the first videos in each of the three series, on the books of Ruth, Titus and Jonah respectively. In the top right corner of each video, there’s a menu icon. Click this menu icon to access the complete playlist for that series.

Dr Peter Mead is the director of Cor Deo, a ministry training programme in Chippenham, England. He is also part of the leadership team of Trinity Chippenham, a church Peter helped to plant back in 2014. Peter is a lecturer for Union School of Theology. He studied at Multnomah Biblical Seminary before getting his Doctor of Ministry degree under Haddon Robinson at Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary in the area of expository preaching. Peter is the author of a number of books, including The Little Him Book, Pleased to Dwell, Lost in Wonder, and Foundations. He is also the author of the preaching blog BiblicalPreaching.net.

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