New Translations, Free for the World
It's been a long time since our last update on what translations we've been adding to this website. But God has continued to provide us resources, and we wanted to announce at least a few of those that have come…Continue Reading
Behind the Blog: Dead Guys Ran Dry
The Puritans on motherhood only go so far. And Charles Spurgeon and Octavius Winslow have great things to say, but after a while it's good for moms to hear from other moms on believing the gospel in the home.
What the Lilac Preached to Me
The man at Home Depot said I had to choose between having kids and having a yard.
I have five kids. And our friends next door have five kids. Inner-city living means that most of the biking, digging, running, building,…Continue Reading
Learning from John Stott’s Godly Ambition
Today is John Stott’s first birthday in heaven.
Coming toward the end of my (32-year) ministry as Pastor for Preaching and Vision at Bethlehem Baptist Church, I read Alister Chapman’s new biography of John Stott with special interest. I wanted…Continue Reading
Sam Storms on "The Pleasures of God"
Get the revised edition of The Pleasures of God: Meditations on God's Delight in Being God.
For a limited time WTS Books is offering a $5 off coupon to DG readers. To apply the coupon, enter the code "DGBOOKS12"…Continue Reading
Salt and Like
You may have noticed a series of social media buttons on the side of each blog post and resource on the Desiring God website. This post is a little attempt to explain why those buttons, and the statistics they reflect,…Continue Reading
Tony Reinke on a Theology of Reading
Celebrating Diversity in Our Homes
I was 22 when I began doing outreach and evangelism with my church college ministry, Volunteers for Christ. When I began knocking on dorm room doors at the University of Tennessee, I was filled with excitement and anticipation. I thought…Continue Reading
The Everyday Question of Motherhood
As a mother, there is a constant, uncomfortable battle that rages inside of me. It is not the big or dramatic: Will I raise my children to love God? Will I train them to obey Him? Do my children belong…Continue Reading