15 Tips on Blogging from John Newton
John Newton, the slave-trade ship captain turned pastor and hymn-writer, wasn't exactly a blogger. Many of his writings, however, fit in the category of we today would call blogging. He wrote mostly letters — small, topically oriented and experience-based pieces…Continue Reading
Six Reasons Pastors Should Attend This Conference
I Don’t Think So, Doug
Confessions of a Recovering Perfectionist
As a recovering perfectionist, I sometimes confuse holiness and perfection. Rather than try to reflect on God’s grace or allow its natural compelling work in my life (holiness), I try really hard to do godly things, produce spiritual fruit, and…Continue Reading
Who Are the Wicked Jesus Will Slay?
It's not terrible theology, but it could use some nuance.
My daughter is only four years old, and though she doesn't understand a lot about God, she has a sense for Jesus's power. She knows he's strong and near, like…Continue Reading
Reaching the World Through the Web
John Piper Discusses the Pleasures of God (Part 2)
C. S. Lewis on the Temporary Importance of Fear
I think that when we are sinless we will still fear God in the sense of reverential, trembling awe — as when we stand on a peak before vast stretches of unscalable cliffs. And we will also fear, I suppose,…Continue Reading