Reset: Living a Grace-Paced Life in a Burnout Culture

Conference Video


Location: Online Only   |   Time: 6:30-8:45 p.m.   |   Schedule   |   Speaker

Due to Covid-19, Resurrection has moved our 2020 Fall Conference fully online. This year, we welcome Dr. David Murray to speak on the subject of his book Reset: Living a Grace-Paced Life in a Burnout Culture. 

The virtual conference will be livestreamed via YouTube at resurrectionopc.org/livestream and on Resurrection’s Facebook Live page. You will have the opportunity to ask questions by texting 814-206-0186, emailing conference@resurrectionopc.org, or commenting on the Facebook livestream.

Admission is free, and no registration is required (although an RSVP would be appreciated).

Conference Schedule

– Introduction: Personal Interview with David Murray

– Talk #1: “A Grace-Paced Life in a Burnout Culture”

– Q&A with Dr. Murray

– Panel Discussion: David and Shona Murray (coauthors of Refresh: Embracing a Grace-Paced Life in a World of Endless Demands), in conversation with Zach and Annie Simmons

– Talk #2: “Reset to Rejoice”

– Q&A with Dr. Murray

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Conference Speaker

Dr. David MurrayDavid Murray (DMin, Reformation International Theological Seminary) is an ordained minister of the PCA, serving as Senior Pastor of First Byron Center CRC. Until recently he served as professor of Old Testament and practical theology at Puritan Reformed Theological Seminary.

Refresh Book CoverReset Book CoverDr. Murray is the author of Jesus on Every Page: 10 Simple Ways to Seek and Find Christ in the Old Testament, Christians Get Depressed Too: Hope and Help for Depressed People, Why Am I Feeling Like This?: A Teen’s Guide to Freedom from Anxiety and Depression, Reset: Living a Grace-Paced Life in a Burnout Culture, and (along with his wife, Shona), Refresh: Embracing a Grace-Paced Life in a World of Endless Demands. Many of Dr. Murray’s shorter writings, videos, and resources are online at his HeadHeartHand.org website.

Praise for Reset

“Reset: Living a Grace-Paced Life in a Burnout Culture, like its author, David Murray, is full of surprises. While statistics and sociologists jostle for space alongside Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and a kilted haggis, everything is set within a robust biblical anthropology and a well-grounded pastoral psychology. The whole is laced with a fine touch of self-deprecating Scottish humor. Dr. Murray is Jeremiah-like in the rigor and love with which he seeks ‘to pluck up and break down . . . to build and to plant.’ But he is also Jesus-like in the way he employs the deconstructing and reconstructing grace of the gospel. Here is a book full of practical, spiritual wisdom and a must read.”

– Sinclair Ferguson

 

“This is so timely. After you read it, you will sleep better, for starters. Then you will be taken to the meeting place of essential theology and the details of all things related to our stressed lives, where David offers wisdom on every page.”

– Ed Welch
Counselor and Faculty Member at the Christian Counseling and Educational Foundation (CCEF)

“The simple truth is this: I needed this book right now! There are truths in this volume—pastoral insights and healing counsels—that speak to me in very personal and tender ways. Occasionally, Murray’s point is so clear—far too clear—that it feels as though I have gotten a slap in the face. But always—always—the point has been to drive me to Christ and to drive me to the embrace of the gospel. This is medicine for the soul in the best possible sense, and I am grateful to the author for writing it. It really does feel as though he wrote it for me.”

– Derek W. H. Thomas
Senior Minister, First Presbyterian Church, Columbia, South Carolina;
Robert Strong Professor of Systematic and Pastoral Theology, Reformed Theological Seminary, Atlanta

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