If desiringGod.org existed solely as an English website, we would have the potential to reach effectively only about 6% of the world's population.
That's because less than 400 million people speak English natively.1 It is true that English continues…Continue Reading
In this special edition of Behind the Blog, David and Tony sit down with Rachel Jones to talk about her posts in the new "Grace at Home" column (you'll soon understand the title).
Rachel and her husband Tom live in…Continue Reading
In Luke 16:1–9, Jesus told his disciples an odd parable where he used a dishonest manager as an example of shrewdness. What did he mean? Imagine a discussion about this between disciples Simon (the Zealot) and Matthew.
“Matthew, you…Continue Reading
In our egalitarian culture, the debate over a wife’s submission to her husband is not going away anytime soon. Of course we start with Scripture, and the Bible is clear in calling the first-century Greco-Roman wife to submit to her…Continue Reading
The gospel rightly, thoughtfully, and in biblical faithfulness expounded, will not only win sinners to Christ but it will also shape the lives of Christians to greater conformity to Jesus.
Don Carson explains in this five-minute video:
Sanctification is the…Continue Reading
Why do bad things happen to good people?
Few questions are more ancient. Job was blameless and upright, he feared God and turned away from evil (Job 1:1). And yet he suffered affliction at every turn. He was laid low…Continue Reading
Tragically for too many Christians, summer is the season of spiritual drift. As the days get longer and hotter we are tempted towards spiritual laziness. Which is why we cannot take a season off from making every effort to grow…Continue Reading
The Apostle Paul and the Corinthian church had a complicated relationship, and Second Corinthians is a personal letter from Paul that captures the tension. It's a letter that speaks to ministry, leadership, and preaching, and it's a letter that speaks…Continue Reading
. . . I have learned in whatever situation I am to be content. I know how to be brought low, and I know how to abound. In any and every circumstance, I have learned the secret of facing plenty…