Author(s): Peter Bolt
At the end of 2014 when Phillip Jensen stepped down from his role as Dean of Sydney at St Andrew’s Cathedral, it marked the beginning of a new phase of Phillip’s service of the Lord Jesus Christ. To mark the occasion, and to celebrate the four remarkable decades of his ministry as Anglican Chaplain at the University of NSW, Rector of St Matthias, and Dean at the Cathedral, friends from around the globe offer brief, thoughtful essays in Phillip Jensen’s honour. The essays in Part 1 of this book consider aspects of ‘preaching the word’. Those in Part 2 reflect on various aspects of Christian ministry, with some paying special attention to ministries fostered by Phillip Jensen during his many years of preaching the word and letting it do the work in people’s lives.
Contributors: Peter Blowes, Peter Bolt, D.A. Carson, Chris and Mona Chia, Richard Chin, Paul House, R. Kent Hughes, Matthew D. Jensen, Peter Jensen, Paul and Sandra King, Simon Manchester, Colin Marshall, Joshua Ng, Tony Payne, Carmelina Read, Rob Smith, William Taylor, Mark Thompson, Tim Thorburn, Jane Tooher
I was excited to learn of the international impact of Phillip Jensen's faithful leadership and teaching. It's a book that would encourage anyone who is seeking to share Christ with others. – David McKay