Mortification of Spin Releases Its 500th Episode

Back in 2013, Carl Trueman and Todd Pruitt launched Mortification of Spin with their first episode, "Rock Star Pastors in Las Vegas," sharing a microphone in a small underground bunker. All these years later, they no longer share a mic, but they're still going strong, celebrating their 500th first-run episode, released on April 10, 2024. Watch this special episode as a video podcast on YouTube or listen wherever you get your podcasts.


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The Holy Spirit with Robert Letham

Join us for the first Gap Bible Seminar of the spring semester on April 12-13 in Gap, PA. Robert Letham will teach four sessions on the Holy Spirit. Registration is free of charge, so invite your family and friends. Learn more and register at


Do you enjoy listening to sermons by solid, Reformed preachers?

The Alliance of Confessing Evangelicals has a rich treasury of sermons from throughout our 75-year history. We want these messages to have maximum impact on the Church. One of our goals is to construct a searchable database that is easily accessible to our supporters and listeners, and we are looking for volunteers to help us accomplish this project. Is that you?


Walking in the Old Paths

These messages from the 1993 Philadelphia Conference on Reformed Theology look at the “old paths” – what they must mean to us now and with a concern for our present responsibilities. Re-released with eight newly discovered messages from John Armstrong, James Boice, John Gerstner, Philip Jensen, and JI Packer—this special 30th-anniversary set will surely bless your time as you listen. Get the PCRT 1993 Anthology on mp3 disc or download for 50% off this month at Reformed Resources.


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