11 ways that Paul undermines slavery in his letter to Philemon.
John Piper shares his plans for the summer and some requests for prayer.
Spirit-given assurance and enjoyment of the love of God is the secret to growing in hope through tribulation.
We are a singing people because we are the children of a singing God.
Five reasons why ordinary Christians should consider coming to the Desiring God Conference next month.
A meditation on Psalm 105:4
It's always good to resolve to do good if we're resolving through faith.
Christians should seek the good of the cities in which they live.
Grumbling is self-feeding because it obscures the light of God’s gracious, all-controlling providence.
Is it God’s will revealed in Scripture to advance the influence of biblical truth through human institutions?
If what you regard as bright and compelling isn't Christ, you will be filled with darkness.
Some thoughts from John Piper on the lives of C. S. Lewis, Robert Louis Stevenson, and their fathers.
John Piper looks at a passage that seems like it could cause problems for Christian Hedonism.
12 ways to recognize the rise of covetousness
Thoughts on the dangers and value of "celebrity" status.
The touch of God in the heart is an awesome thing.
Obedience shouldn't flow from gratitude but from faith in future grace.
Six reasons for why the Christian movement spread so fast in its early years.
The truth we must hold to through all the cosmic conflict of this age is: All the nations belong to God.
10 examples of how, for Jesus, desire for heaven and fear of hell were practical daily parts of living a glad and holy life.
If Jesus comes first in relationships, then there is peace.
Five applications from Scripture on how you carry out your vocation.
There is a profound difference between sinners who keep God’s covenant and those who don’t.
Not many leaders today state the goals of their lives in terms of holiness.
Trusting Christ today includes trusting him to give you tomorrow’s trust when tomorrow comes.
Do you have a plan to do something for the children who cannot speak for themselves?
Our concern with truth is simply an echo of our concern with God.
We pray, not because the outcome is uncertain, but because it is certain.
The call of God creates what it commands.
John Piper introduces the Christian Hedonism Expansion Fund (CHEF) and its mission.
The ability to think is a gift from God and an immensely powerful means of our becoming what we ought to be.
In grief and pain and despair people often say things they otherwise would not say, and we should not reprove them.
Hebrews 4:6 reminds us to seek God not only for the kind of grace we need but also for the timing of it.
From a human perspective 5000 people could not be fed from five loaves and two fish. But that was not Jesus’ perspective.
What prayer commitments might God be nudging you to make?
Hebrews 2:14-15 is a great passage for preparing for Christmas.
What might God do when the whole congregation says, “Seeking the Lord in prayer is so important that we will give it prime time on Sunday morning, and not just a little sandwich slot on Wednesday evening”?
What about the New Covenant promise that God will not remember the sins of his people? Will they be remembered at the judgment day?
Where do we get the strength to follow through on commitments that cost us?
God loves it when his people praise his Son in public.
John Piper announces a sermon series on 1 Peter.