A Surgeon for Sin-Sick Eyes

John Piper
A Surgeon for Sin-Sick Eyes
True humility can take dramatically different forms from one clay pot to another. The form it took in John Newton was Christ-exalting tenderness. His own experience of “amazing grace” worked its way so deeply into his soul that he became a delicate surgeon for taking specks out of many sin-sick eyes. Continue Reading

Drunk You Is Not the Real You

Marshall Segal
Drunk You Is Not the Real You
Alcohol has been called the great truth serum. If you want to know what someone really thinks or how they really feel, just get a few drinks in them. The freedom they feel in drunkenness, though, is a futile and pitiful illusion. The gospel offers a better, more satisfying freedom. Continue Reading

You Only Live Once?

Ryan Shelton
You Only Live Once?

It might surprise some Millennials to hear that one of our generational battle cries is fairly old school.

The popular acronym YOLO (you only live once) has captured the hearts of many an emerging hedonist (and not the Christian kind)…

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Call That Love

Jonathan Parnell
Call That Love

I sing lullabies to my four-year-old son.

I usually make them up on the fly, and they sound horrible. He appreciates them, though, and so, every night as I tuck him into bed, by his request, I sing him another…

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Vintage Worship

Matt Boswell
Vintage Worship

I love old hymns. I keep a stack of hymnals on my nightstand, and have an ever-growing collection in my library. I cut my teeth on Charles Wesley and John Rippon. I hope to write academically on the pastoral theology…

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Should We Call Them Bullies?

John Knight
Should We Call Them Bullies?

Nobody condones bullying, right? Websites and radio and television public service announcements rightfully condemn bullying and encourage everyone to speak up for vulnerable children.

My children’s schools have guidelines about what bullying is and who is protected from it:


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