I used to think my self-doubt and insecurity about writing were signs of my profound humility. It felt noble and heroic to be this full of agonizing self-doubt. It felt lowly and meek to be so tortured about whether or…Continue Reading
I sat down on the gym floor next to a college freshman after a game of pickup basketball and struck up a conversation.
We had met on the court a couple weeks before and had briefly conversed. This time, after…Continue Reading
In this five-minute video John Piper shares about some expected and unexpected ways that aging has worked in his experience of sanctification.
John Piper, along with Kevin DeYoung, Jarvis Williams, Russell Moore, and Ed Welch, will be the plenary speakers…Continue Reading
One addition to Crossway's republication of Love Your Enemies is a new preface from John Piper in which he explains why this book is a monument to God's mercy and faithfulness. He writes,
Monuments are usually built much later than…
Two of the passages of Scripture that express the unending nature of hell most clearly point to seemingly opposite reasons it will be terrible. One speaks of being “away from the presence of the Lord.” The other speaks of suffering…Continue Reading
For those reading from the States, today is Independence Day, the peak of America's summer. So in the midst of cookouts and fireworks, let's do a quick dial back to the founders.
America and its founders. Now that's a…Continue Reading