Lukewarmness is the dying of conviction. And conviction often dies the slow death of a thousand compromises.Continue Reading
Many nations have special days for giving thanks. In the United States, Thanksgiving Day is always the fourth Thursday in November.
Wherever we are in the world, there are at least two requirements for any sort of thanksgiving to happen:…Continue Reading
At Desiring God I cherish being surrounded by co-laborors and online friends who treasure great books, and who eagerly celebrate and share the most noteworthy titles as they come along.
In 2014, delicious non-fiction Christian titles ran off presses like…Continue Reading
It’s the most wonderful time of the year — or is it?
Thanksgiving is upon us, and Christmas just around the corner, and with this coupling come lots of expectations. For years I wrestled with how to navigate the days…Continue Reading
John Piper reviews historian Mark Noll’s memoir, “From Every Tribe and Nation”...Continue Reading
Jon Blooms recommends a list of resources from Desiring God to help you cultivate true gratitude this Thanksgiving...Continue Reading
The gathering together of the church for worship is an act of reversal — the reversal of our loves...Continue Reading
Are you mom enough?
Time Magazine forced this question into the face of every mother with bold letters above a cover image of a young mother breastfeeding her four-year-old. When the issue hit newsstands, it re-ignited a longstanding “mommy war”…Continue Reading
The local church is the greatest, most profound collective of which any human could be a part. Your family, your career, your nationality — these all pale in comparison to what it means to be a member of a local church...Continue Reading
Desire is a tricky thing. It has the power to lead us either to a throne or a tomb, to slavery or freedom, to true joy or mirages of satisfaction...Continue Reading