Is God a Megalomaniac? Right Answer. Wrong Reason.
I have spent 40 years seeking to understand and explain why God’s relentless self-exaltation in all that he does (for example, Isaiah 48:9–11) is the most loving way for him to be, and is not megalomania.
Some have tried to…Continue Reading
What Paul Miller Learned from His Father About Prayer
This next post in our series of questions and answers with speakers at our 2011 Conference for Pastors features Paul Miller, author of A Praying Life.
Your father, Jack Miller, is well-known for his impact as a pastor, evangelist, missions…Continue Reading
The Glory of God’s Plan B (Part 1): Seeking a Safe Place in Japan
Don’t Make Jesus More of a Mediator Than He Is
Joel Beeke on What He Has Learned Abroad About Prayer
A New Executive Director at DG!
One kingdom-constant in this age is that those who are called to lead must at some point “entrust” what they’ve learned and built “to faithful men who will be able to teach others also” (2 Timothy 2:2). And that’s happening…Continue Reading
Fleeing Quarrels and Correcting Opponents
2 Timothy 2:22-26—
So flee youthful passions and pursue righteousness, faith, love, and peace, along with those who call on the Lord from a pure heart. 23 Have nothing to do with foolish, ignorant controversies; you know that they breed…
John Piper’s Report on His Leave of Absence
I wrote this report for Bethlehem and have adapted it for this first day of 2011 on the DG Blog. It’s longer than a blog should be. My only excuse is that I did cut 263 pages.
For eight months…Continue Reading
2011 Bible Reading Plans
Last year David Mathis outlined several good plans for people wanting to read through the Bible in a year. They're worth mentioning again, so I have reproduced the list (with minor updates) below.
Of course, there are tons of other…Continue Reading