The Bible is clear that we will put our money where our hearts are, so it is important that we regularly test our treasure. There are lots of ways to lose our life over a love for money. We want…Continue Reading
Sweaty hands and a gnawing in the stomach. Nervous thoughts that can’t sort themselves out fast enough. The all too cognitive sense that the words coming out are forced, a formula you’d rather memorize than fumble through.
If you’ve ever…Continue Reading
The Reformation was a great work of the Holy Spirit of God, and it was a royal mess. Is there a problem?
One of the problems we have when we remember and appreciate great events from the past — which…Continue Reading
The latest poem from John Piper — a meditation on the nature of Christian teaching.Continue Reading
This is the story of your salvation. This story includes your conversion, but extends through time-twisting dimensions, immeasurable privileges, and lavish gifts beyond anything our brains can contain.
Scripture’s first words capture creation’s first moments: “In the beginning,…Continue Reading
Time is our most precious earthly asset because all other earthly assets are governed by it. We can’t really save time. We can only spend it. So we try to manage it.
But that’s very hard. Never in history have…Continue Reading
What if, counter-conventional as it might seem, the greatest felt gains for unborn humans will come by the abortion industry’s self-destruction?Continue Reading
God’s holiness carries a sense of loftiness and purity and awe-inspiring wonder and perfection. It is awe-inspiring, but it also can be intimidating and even terrifying. Sure, we worship the holy God for his holiness, but the more we see…Continue Reading
During the summer, the topic of modesty comes out from hibernation. But with the renewed conversations come many assumptions about modesty, assumptions that are always worth re-thinking.
Here’s the main assumption: Feminine modesty is about sexual provocation. If a woman’s…Continue Reading
July 4th is the day we commemorate the Continental Congress’s declaration of independence from the nation of Great Britain. People still debate over whether or not Britain’s offenses warranted colonial secession and war. Regardless, it was a bold, very risky…Continue Reading