There Never Seems to Be Enough Time
The Life-Changing Discovery of Christian Hedonism
There was a time when I thought the verb “enjoy” and the noun “God” should never be used in the same sentence. I could understand “fearing” God and “obeying” God, even “loving” God. But “enjoying” God struck me as inconsistent…Continue Reading
Helping You Sing “Hallelujah” with True Exuberance
The English word “hallelujah” is a transliteration of two Hebrew words, "hallelu" and "jah". The first word, "hallelu", is the second person imperative of “praise.” The second word, "jah," is the short form of "Jahweh" (or "Yahweh").
So when we…Continue Reading
Leaders, Articulate Your Vision (Again)
Vision, no matter how clear, tends to rust over time. We need to hear it again and again.
In this two-minute video, John Piper exhorts Christian leaders to find creative, fresh, Spirit-anointed ways to reiterate the goal and direction of…Continue Reading
Justin Taylor on the Sanctity of Human Life
Theology is never static. It's not a box of propositions we store in the garage, pushed out of sight from the ebb and flow of our everyday. It's meant to change us. God has spoken and the world is not…Continue Reading
The Biggest Question in the Universe
In 1976 John Piper asked a two-part question:
- What is God's goal in the history of mankind from its beginning at creation to its climax in the new heavens and new earth?
- And how should we respond to this goal?
Gospel-Saturated Dish-Washing and Diaper-Changing
What Does It Mean to Be a Man?
Advice for Reading Theology Books Even Though You're Busy
Pastor John in 1981:
Since wisdom is found in the Word of God, we must apply ourselves in study and meditation to know the Word and do it. "The law of the Lord is perfect, reviving the soul; the testimony…