Ten biblical responses.
John Piper expresses his gratitude for God's work in the life of Dr. Packer.
“So my prayer for this book is that God would stand forth and reassert his Creator-rights in our lives, and show us his crucified and risen Son who has all authority in heaven and on earth, and waken in us the strongest faith in the supremacy of Christ, and the deepest comforts in suffering, and the sweetest fellowship with Jesus that we have ever known” (p. 18).
Jesus Christ is both fully divine and fully human, yet one person.
We're wired to compare ourselves to others, so it's freeing to hear Jesus say, "Mind your own business and the work I have for you."
Thoughts on Christians in culture, postmodernism, truth, and story.
A Christian's suffering shows the world that Jesus is more valuable than whatever life can give and death can take.
What does Mac vs. PC have to do with spiritual-mindedness? Seventeen practical ways to align your attitude with God's.
One small step our church is taking toward diversity and unity in the body of Christ.
Paying attention to what the early church prayed for can help keep your prayer life from falling in a rut.
What does it mean for the global cause of Christ that all things are possible with God?
John Piper responds to a newspaper article about the increase of nudity on the stages of Minneapolis theaters.
What's so amazing about the Bible, and why should we be grateful for it?
Noel Piper wonders what her sons' favorite childhood books have to do with their personalities.
John Piper responds to a Christian materialist's denial of the human soul.
If Jesus and the Pharisees didn't worship the same God, then surely Muslims and Christians don't either.
A hymn written to celebrate the wisdom of the only wise God.
We know no truth aright if we do not know and love Christ himself as the ground and the goal of it.
Perseverance isn't ours without a struggle, but we struggle as victors.
John Piper celebrates the gift Noel has been in this birthday letter.