Articles on Christian Hedonism
No sorrow in the Christian's life will end ultimately in grief. Jesus' blood will have the final say.
How can we do everything, whether we eat or drink, to the glory of God?
Serving God means we get from him more than we give to him.
Eight biblical reasons to pursue your greatest and longest satisfaction in God.
John Piper looks at a passage that seems like it could cause problems for Christian Hedonism.
John Piper introduces the Christian Hedonism Expansion Fund (CHEF) and its mission.
A spring satisfies thirst not by removing the need you have for water, but by being there to drink from when you get thirsty.
Christ is the source of all satisfaction and total satisfaction. But the depth of this satisfaction is not drunk all at once.
God loves to be God for the childlike, who look to him for all they need.
So many so-called saints submit to God out of constraint and not love!
John Piper announces the arrival of his book Desiring God.
Don't exclude God from your recreation. God wills it, and it's his will to be in on it.
You help your church grow when you enjoy the Lord on Sunday.
Two things make God unashamed to be called our God: that he has prepared something great for us, and that we desire it above everything else.
The announcement of the then forthcoming sermon series, "Desiring God."
Some of the passions we as a ministry want to pursue and spread.
John Piper offers his critique of Lewis Smedes' book Love Within Limits.
Through his writings, Bill Piper holds out a timely word to us saints who are still in the world.
If you abandon the pursuit of your own joy you can't love man or please God.