Sermons & Messages
“I don’t want to be a comfort-seeking, entertainment-addicted, security-craving, approval-desiring Christian.”
John Piper, from The Plundering of Your Property and the Power of Hope
Our Deepest Prayer: Hallowed Be Your Name
Jan 9, 2011
Scripture: Matthew 6:5–15
The Bondage of the Will, the Sovereignty of Grace, and the Glory of God
Together for the Gospel
Apr 13, 2016
Topic: The Power & Effects of Sin
Bethlehem 2016 Conference for Pastors and Church Leaders
Jan 27, 2016
Sep 11 – Nov 13, 1983God is most glorified in us when we are most satisfied in him. John Piper’s sermonic meditations on the centrality of the pursuit of joy in the Christian life, and how it changes everything.
Romans: The Greatest Letter Ever Written
Apr 26, 1998 – Dec 24, 2006In John Piper’s longest and most memorable sermon series, he tracks the magisterial epistle of the apostle Paul to the Romans — the greatest letter ever written.
Sep 11 – Dec 18, 1988John Piper shows how to sever the clinging roots of sin that ensnare us, including anxiety, misplaced shame, regret, covetousness, lust, envy, bitterness, impatience, despondency, and pride.
Marriage, Christ, and Covenant: One Flesh for the Glory of God
Jan 28 – Jul 1, 2007Marriage is a momentary but glorious gift. It is more than a husband’s and wife’s love for each other — vastly more. Its meaning is infinitely great: the display of the covenant-keeping love between Jesus and his people.
The Pursuit of God in Corporate Worship
Sep 12 – Sep 13, 2008Casual corporate worship offends a glorious God. Gravity and gladness should mark our pursuit of God in those moments. In this six session seminar, John Piper explains the importance of delighting in God when we come to meet him in corporate worship.