The Buckingham Report was an in-depth critique with insightful analysis and commentary by Jamie Buckingham, who was known as “America’s foremost Christian analyzer of the issues, people and events affecting the Spirit-led leaders of the day.”
Post Year: 1979
Initially the Buckingham Report was only available byPosted on — Leave a comment
Initially the Buckingham Report was only available by subscription (1985-1986) and mailed out bi-weekly. About a year and a half after its debut, it became a regular feature in Ministries Today magazine, which was published bi-monthly. Jamie Buckingham was the magazine’s managing editor. The Buckingham Report remained with Ministries Today until Jamie’s death in February 1992.
Each six-page issue of the Buckingham Report wasPosted on — Leave a comment
Each six-page issue of the Buckingham Report was a unique resource for American pastors and church leaders. It provided useful insights into global church events of the day, timeless practical advice, and wise analysis from one of the world’s most beloved Christian writers and speakers.
Now, for the first time in 25 years,Posted on — Leave a comment
Now, for the first time in 25 years, everyone can read the Buckingham Report. This exhaustive collection is a wonderful historical record that gives insider access and authoritative insight into the happenings of the American and global church over a seven year period (1985-1992).
The reports are categorized chronologically in pdf format.Posted on — Leave a comment
The reports are categorized chronologically in pdf format.
As 1979 Ends – The Junkman Cometh (DecemberPosted on — Leave a comment
As 1979 Ends – The Junkman Cometh (December 1979) – Every year about this time I look around my study and, feeling a great surge of panic, begin to throw things away. Somehow I have a way of accumulating a lot of things in the little world which extends out six feet from my desk — things which at one time had great meaning but now are merely junk…
(single edition) Remembering George SowerbyPosted on — Leave a comment
(single edition) Remembering George Sowerby
(single edition) Historical sketch of the Tab; WhoPosted on — Leave a comment
(single edition) Historical sketch of the Tab; Who our elders are and what they do; Tab government; and more…
(18 editions) Everything was past due…; “You cannotPosted on — Leave a comment
(18 editions) Everything was past due…; “You cannot walk close to God without wanting to mature…” The Tabernacle was built so if the Holy Spirit ever let it would fall apart…” the Masters Road community and the Emmaus Road community…; and more…