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Worship, Worldview, Witness, Workshop, and More

Good resources for you and your leaders.

All the ends of the world
Shall remember and turn to the L
And all the families of the nations
Shall worship before You.
For the kingdom
is the LORD’s,
And He rules over the nations.
Psalm 22.27, 28

Resources for Shepherds
Anthony Esolen argues that we’re losing something when we set aside our historic hymns and liturgies. Here’s a review of his First Things article, “Thou?”

Are you creative? Would you like to be more creative? Well, practice looking at clouds and other random arrangements of things. That, at least, is the advice of René Müri and Nicole Göbel. Here’s a brief review of and a link to their Aeon/Psyche article. 

One of the best, short works on Christian worldview is also one of the oldest. Crossway has republished Herman Bavinck’s early-twentieth-century essay, Christian Worldview, and it’s worth reading. Here’s a link for a review of this important book.

Do we long to see Jesus? Is it even possible? Our current ReVision series is exploring the question summarized in this Insight.

The Ailbe Seminary
The Ailbe Seminary is the training arm of The Fellowship of Ailbe. Our focus is on equipping church leaders for effective leadership within a Kingdom framework. All courses are free of charge and available to any who wish to study. Visit our website and watch this brief video introducing our Laddership Curriculum.

Ailbe Resources and Opportunities
The Ailbe Bookstore
There would be a lot more evidence of the love and beauty of Jesus in our world if Christians paid more attention to the small stuff of their lives. That’s what I argue in my book, Small Stuff. Our salvation is so great that it takes in all the everyday details of our lives, sanctifies and restores them, and then sets them to the task of glorifying God. But we need to understand how this works, and to encourage one another in all the small stuff of life to seek and serve the Lord. Order your copy of Small Stuff by clicking here.

It’s time we begin thinking about “Joy to the World” again.  Our book, Joy to Your World!, not only expounds this great hymn, but shows how relevant it is for us as the Lord’s joy-bringers. This little book would make a great stocking-stuffer for friends or family. Order multiple copies and share them around. Click here to order.

Come pray with us!
Men, join us each week to pray for revival. Each Tuesday morning at 10 Eastern we gather from coast to coast and other countries to seek the Lord for revival. To join us, write to me at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., and I’ll make sure you get the link to our prayer room and the prayer guide for the week. When you write, be sure to request our book, Restore Us!, which explains why we pray for revival, how we pray, and includes psalms to guide us in seeking the Lord for revival, renewal, and awakening.

At The Fellowship of Ailbe website
Have you discovered The Ailbe Podcast yet? Meet some interesting people, discover some new insights, be challenged in some new ways. Click here to listen to the first several issues.

The Personal Mission Field Workshop is a weekly offering designed to help us fulfill our calling to the Kingdom and glory of God in all the daily activities of our lives. Each week we focus on one activity that can help us to be more consistent and fruitful as ambassadors and witnesses for Christ.

The InVerse Theology Project opens the windows of theological study to let in the light of teaching and doctrine through the medium of poetry. Each Monday we explore a new theological discipline and theme, and you can catch up with Volume 1 by clicking here.

Psalm of the Week
We are happy for you to use our weekly psalm for personal or corporate worship. All psalms for singing are from The Ailbe Psalter. Psalm 22 shows us both the suffering of Christ and the joy that was set before Him. Here are verses 23-28:

Psalm 22.23-28 (Darwall: Rejoice, the Lord is King)
All you who fear the Lord, now praise His holy Name!
You children of His glorious Word, declare His fame!
We stand in awe of our eternal God, and on His mercy call.

For He has not despised the anguish of our King,
Nor from Him hid His eyes, Who knew such suffering.
Let praise arise from all who love and serve the Ruler of the skies!

Then all the poor shall eat and praise with us the Lord.
Forever we His praise repeat and trust His Word.
Praise God above, all you who keep His vows and who His mercies love!

All nations shall repent and hasten to the Lord;
All those to whom His truth is sent shall praise His Word.
The Lord is King!  His sovereign rule on high now we His people sing!

From the Celtic Revival
It is when full of charity that one is holy.
     He walks in charity.
Every evil fears him;
     every good loves him.
He has honour upon earth;
     he has glory in heaven.
Love God:
     everyone will love you.
Fear God:
     everyone will fear you.

  - Colman mac Beógnai, Aipgitir Chrábaid (The Broom of Devotion), Irish, 7th century[1]

Should we fear God? Colman agrees with Michael Reeves, who agrees with Jesus and Paul. Reeves actually helps us to understand this important discipline in his book, Rejoice & Tremble. Here’s a review.

Read the rest of this Crosfigell article by clicking here.

Seeing the world not just in a ray of sun, but in many other everyday items and experiences is the focus of Volume 1, Number 2 of The InVerse Theology Project. What are you waiting for?

T. M. Moore

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Except as indicated, Scripture taken from the New King James Version. © Copyright 1982 by Thomas Nelson, Inc. Used by permission. All rights reserved. All Psalms for singing are from
The Ailbe Psalter.


[1] Carey, pp. 233, 234.

T.M. Moore

T. M. Moore is principal of The Fellowship of Ailbe, a spiritual fellowship in the Celtic Christian tradition. He and his wife, Susie, make their home in Essex Junction, VT.
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