So you finished ReFrame. You’ve had a fresh encounter with Jesus on your own “Emmaeus Road,” your imagination is newly informed by the full sweep of the Biblical narrative, and you’re ready to explore the full implications of being an “ambassador” instead of just a “stranger and exile” in today’s world.

What’s next?

One thing’s for sure: your mind, heart, and imagination will need continual shaping to sustain this reframed way of seeing your role in the world. ReFrame was only ever meant to be a beginning, after all.

The good news is that Regent produces plenty of additional resources to help you on your way. One of the best is Regent Audio, which contains thousands of hours of teaching and preaching from Regent faculty and our world-class guest lecturers, in almost every subject available.

Best of all, we’re pleased to partner with Regent Audio to offer ReFrame users a 50% discount on the MP3 Download versions of these titles. Just enter the promo code WHATNEXT at checkout to claim the discount.

We encourage you to explore the hundreds of public lectures and free titles to help you think through the particular challenges you face in your context, but to get you started, we’ve identified six courses and lectures that build off of the themes and content of ReFrame:


  1. Old Testament and New Testament Foundations

Let’s face it: just five episodes for the whole Biblical narrative means a lot of important material in a very short period of time. If you were intrigued by what Iain Provan and Rikk Watts had to say in their ReFrame episodes, their biblical overview courses will unpack those themes and much more besides. These courses also make excellent small-group teaching material - Regent Audio has had several ministry groups incorporate these into their core training materials for students and leaders.

  1. History of Christianity I and History of Christianity II

Presented by Sarah Williams of ReFrame Episode 2, History I & II will round out your understanding of 2,000 years of the post-biblical story. Deftly incorporating exploration of large-scale trends and personal portraits of key figures, Williams’ courses have birthed a passionate love of history for many of her students. (Consider yourself warned.)

  1. Beyond the Monday Blues: Equipping People for Vocations in the Workplace

Looking to get practical? Regent’s 2016 Pastors’ Conference is your best bet. Hear from Kathryn Leary Alsdorf, Paul Williams, Paul Stevens, and multiple marketplace practitioners on how to equip the people you lead to be ambassadors in their daily Monday-to-Friday context.

  1. Stories, Your Story, and God’s Story

From time to time, you may want renewed inspiration on what it means to live within the “bigger story” of Scripture. This single lecture by Iain Provan from Regent’s flagship “Christian Thought and Culture” course is just the thing. (Particularly if you’re into Lord of the Rings references.)