App of the month: iTunes U

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This is my new favorite app, and I am excited to share it with you!

I just purchased an iPhone 5 and when I updated the phone I realized a few new apps.  One of those new apps was iTunes U.  I have been using the iTunes U in iTunes for the past few years, and I am constantly devouring content.

Once you download the app here are a few courses you need to download and listen to.  I usually try to set a goal like, listen and take notes each day, or twice a week like a Bible College course.

1. Preaching Christ in a Postmodern World by Dr. Edmund P. Clowney and Dr. Timothy J. Keller.

- I love this series.  Everything you speak on needs to point to Christ and the Cross!  This is one course I wish I listened to in Seminary.

2. History and Theology of the Puritans by Dr. J.I. Packer


What else should be on this list?  I tried to find a great youth ministry course, but to my surprise I couldn’t find a thing.  Just podcasts, and not courses.  We need a Seminary, or Bible College to post a whole couse online!


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  • Micah James Lugg

    It looks like there is a course by Covenant Theological Seminary on Youth Ministry. I haven’t checked it out yet, but looks interesting!

    • kolby milton

      Thanks Micah. I will check it out!

  • ChipDean

    Great reminder on the “Preaching Christ in a Postmodern World”! I’ve been meaning to listen to that, and completely agree that I want to devour anything that challenges me in preaching and growing in the cross! Our student ministries definitely need to return to the gospel as primary!!

    • kolby milton

      Awesome comment. I agree that we need to get back to the place where the gospel is primary! Love anything by Keller!