I Don’t Like My Job — Now What?
May 31, 2016
Tony Reinke interviews Tim Keller on work and doing it well.
Why Grumpiness at Work Lies About God
May 30, 2016
Guest, Tim Keller, discusses the Gospel and work with Tony Reinke.
Know When to Walk Away
A Twelve-Step Digital Detox
May 30, 2016
We need discipline to find digital health and balance in a world without digital brakes. Here are twelve steps for a digital detox.
Walk the Worldwide Garden
Protecting Your Home in the Digital Age
May 14, 2016
Parents who want to train their children for the unrestricted web they will someday face alone, face a difficult task. The Circle offers us one way to begin preparing them at home.
Leading with Words
May 11, 2016
Guest, Al Mohler, shares principles of leading with words in the digital age.
Conviction, Humility, and Self-Confidence in the Workplace
May 10, 2016
Guest, Albert Mohler, speaks on conviction, humility, and self-confidence in the workplace.
The Power of Storytelling in Leadership
May 9, 2016
Guest, Al Mohler, shares with us how he sees the church has failed businesspeople.
The Right Kind of Atheist
May 4, 2016
This is a story about two friends. One man seems to be the right kind of atheist; the other man seems to be the right kind of Christian.
Gospel Hope for Self-Haters
Apr 8, 2016
In this special episode, Tony Reinke interviews David Powlison about self-hate among Christians.
Selfies and Polaroids of Intimacy
Andy Warhol and My Smartphone
Apr 7, 2016
iPhones buffer us from other people, and selfies are nothing but a Polaroid of intimacy. Lessons we can learn looking at the life of Andy Warhol.
Discipleship in the Age of the Spectacle
An Interview with Kevin Vanhoozer on Technology
Apr 2, 2016
I enjoy making the people I like uncomfortable, especially favorite theologians as I push them outside the comforts of their field of expertise to hear them address pressing contemporary issues. So when I first suggested Dr. Kevin Vanhoozer address connections…
Calvary Conquers the Fear of Death
Mar 25, 2016
People are rarely consumed by a constant, conscious fear of death. But most spend their lives just denying death exists with a million diversions. Jesus stared death in the face, and won.
Your Sorrow Will Turn to Joy
Morning & Evening Meditations for Holy Week
Mar 14, 2016
A team of eleven pastors and scholars walk us through Holy Week with short meditations for each morning and evening from Palm Sunday to the triumph of Easter.
Tough and Tinder
Does Easy Sex Make Rude Men?
Mar 12, 2016
Tinder is a popular dating app used by ten million people on average every day. The way many are using the service forces us to ask if easy sex makes rude men.
Jerry Bridges (1929–2016): Five Lessons from a Remarkable Life of Faith
Mar 7, 2016
Life lessons from Jerry Bridges, who passed away today at the age of 86.
The Secrets of God in Our Suffering
Trusting Him with Unanswered Questions
Feb 27, 2016
The riddles God reveals are more than enough to inspire our trust in his sovereign goodness, even when the specific why of our suffering remains a mystery.
Going Deep on Our Smartphone and Social Media Habits
An Interview with Alastair Roberts
Feb 20, 2016
Ah, the enigmatic smartphone. We are still just beginning to realize the layers of questions and implications related to our all-pervasive devices.
Breaking Through the Despair of Unbelief
Feb 9, 2016
Michael Reeves may now serve as the President of Union School of Theology in Oxford and be recognized as the author of wonderful books like Delighting in the Trinity and Rejoicing in Christ — but those affections for God were hard-won.
Romantic Love Is a Wonderful Gift — and a Terrible God
Feb 5, 2016
Guest Paul Tripp discusses awe in God related to romantic love.
The New Tolerance Must Crumble, Says Don Carson
Jan 28, 2016
The story of Kim Davis is worth pulling from the heap and revisiting as an opportunity for believers to think through complex issues of Christian faithfulness in a declining culture.
Rethinking Our Relaxing
Jan 24, 2016
How should Christians plan for and enjoy rest and relaxation? We interviewed one author to dig into what the Sabbath means for us today.
Three Questions to Ask Before Listening to Any Sermon
Jan 10, 2016
The world is full of gospels. Having hope and living well depends on being able to hear them all and tell the difference. Here are three simple questions to ask of any sermon.
Truth or Fiction: Did Herod Really Slaughter Baby Boys in Bethlehem?
Dec 22, 2015
Guest, Dr. Paul Maier discusses the history of King Herod and the slaughter of babies boys.
The Soul-Shattering Sting of Loneliness
Dec 10, 2015
Humans were made for relationships. That makes the sting of loneliness all the more painful. Tony Reinke interviews Peter Leithart on a sensitive topic.