John Piper announces the arrival of his book Desiring God.
How was Christ's coming a new manifestation of the Kingdom of God if it had already been a reality for centuries?
John Piper recommends a book "so good that you won't be able to finish it without putting it down."
What kind of reading has made the biggest difference for John Piper?
Hebrews 2:14-15 is a great passage for preparing for Christmas.
The nursery may be the most God-filled room in your church.
Announcement concerning the start of construction for a new sanctuary.
God is not nearly so impressed with our late nights and early mornings as he is with the peaceful trust that casts all anxieties on him and sleeps.
Without extended and consecrated prayer, the ministry of the Word withers up and bears no fruit.
One aim of preaching is to build a people who think biblically.
Will the pain of losing all that you have on earth fade at the prospect of seeing and being with Christ?
Ten things to be thankful for and three things to be concerned about at a Vineyard conference.
After removing eternal risk, Christ calls his people to temporal risk.
Fasting fosters humility, and humility positions us for the Father's blessing.
Nine characteristics of fruitful small groups.
How can the church reach out to the millions of people in this world who are deaf?
Should the sins of others keep us captive in a prison of sorrow?
It will take an infinite number of ages for God to be done glorifying the wealth of his grace to us. He will never be done.
Perseverance isn't ours without a struggle, but we struggle as victors.
From a human perspective 5000 people could not be fed from five loaves and two fish. But that was not Jesus’ perspective.
Will there ever be revival in a place where everything is aimed at cultivating a light and pleasant spirit?
Did God leave all mankind to perish in the condemnation of sin and misery?
A celebration of the ministries of David and Karin Livingston and Brad and Cindy Nelson at Bethlehem Baptist Church.
Fifteen exhortations encouraging women to be strong, God-centered, Bible-saturated and happy in Christ.
What does it mean to be the “church of God”?
John Piper announces the end of Advent poems.
A story of taking risks for Jesus, then seeing the remarkable results.
There is a biblical order to truth and love: truth first.
Don't follow a defeated foe; follow Christ. You will be an exile in this age, but you will be free.
What did everything that happened before Jesus have to do with him?
Are you willing to say and do the right thing regardless of the earthly cost?
An exegetical study of the role and responsiblities of Christ's undershepherds.
John Piper offers his critique of Lewis Smedes' book Love Within Limits.
Christmas is a call to go on strike at the assembly plant of sin.
We know no truth aright if we do not know and love Christ himself as the ground and the goal of it.
Sometimes Christians have no favor in society. Even so, God can, and often does, pour out his power for effective witness.
How should the church respond to the postponement of adulthood in our culture?
Suggested books and articles on Christians and civic life.
John Piper uncovers the argument behind Paul's appeal to glorify God in your body.
The announcement of the then forthcoming sermon series, "Desiring God."
There is no such thing as a closed country unless you're looking to minister in perfect safety, without risk.
We can't sustain hope in God if we remain alone. We need each other's cheering exhortations to stay afloat.
Ten resolutions by Pastor John's beloved English Literature professor.
Men are not wired to follow women, let alone follow them into danger.
Every army needs a small, swift squadron full of surprises for the enemy.
The Bible often requires us to read thoroughly, not skim lightly. How should this affect the way we train our minds?
Confidence in missions comes mainly from the unshakable promises of God. But historical trends can help too.
We must not equate forgiveness with absence of painful impact.
The person who pleases God makes a covenant, knowing that it may hurt to keep it, but does not change.
Are there territorial spirits that darken whole regions or people? And should there be a concerted prayer effort to "bind" or disarm them?
John Piper answers the argument that true love requires a freedom to choose.
What does it mean in our culture to "take heed to all the flock"?
"Love your neighbor as yourself" means that we should take all the zeal, ingenuity, and perseverance we have for our own good and apply it to others.
Practically speaking, how do I obey God so that it is “not I but Christ in me”?
Christmas is a model for missions. As I so you. And that mission means danger.
When humans celebrate Christmas, is it essentially the same as ants doing some instinctual dance?
His work was successful, his marriage okay, his kids out of trouble—why get fanatical about Bible reading and prayer?
A brief sketch on the life of Ralph Winter and his work with world missions.
When is it right and when is it wrong to treat people differently than what they deserve?
Scripture has the power to put your fretting soul to rest.
Before God adopted me through Jesus Christ his terrible wrath was upon me.
What does John Piper believe about the end times and why?
If your desires are weak, here are thirty four desire starters.
John Piper introduces Desiring God's International Outreach.
So many so-called saints submit to God out of constraint and not love!
It's important to keep the intellectual study of Scripture together with heart application.
The root reason for why the cross is folly to the world is that it means the end of human self-exaltation.
Paul did not reinterpret the Scriptures. He only drew out what was taught in the Law and the Prophets.