Interview: The life and legacy of John Stott

Remembering my friend and mentor, and how his wisdom has shaped my life

In the week when John Stott – the celebrated Bible teacher and church leader – would have turned 100, I was interviewed by Glen Scrivener for his podcast and YouTube channel about my 40-year friendship with Uncle John, and what legacy his remarkable ministry has left behind. You can watch it below:

Other resources from the John Stott centenary

Talk and discussion: Quick to listen – lessons from John Stott on grace under fire
‘Uncle John’ was a brilliant witness of how to live graciously and incarnationally

Interview and talk: The John Stott Centenary – Equipping the people of God for ministry
What can we learn from this hero of the faith about how lay Christians can be released into gospel service?

Podcast: John Stott
Double listening, salt as preservative, incarnational mission, and the challenge of evangelical hagiography

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  1. David Turner

    Inspiring, heartwarming and upbuilding!

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