An invitation to a lecture on the importance of higher education.
How should our thoughts on voting be affected by the age to come?
Good reading should be the vocation of a lifetime, not just an activity for school.
What can we learn about our calling as Christians when it's described as witnessing about light?
John Piper invites church members to consider with him how Bethlehem ought to handle future growth.
Is there a necessary relationship between salvation and good works?
What would happen if Bethlehem could uphold a 24 hour prayer chain without interruption until 1990?
No ministry is too small. Someone needs your encouragement that their life can count.
Ministering to the hungry and homeless is a team effort.
Is there any point to exercising self-denial for the sake of distant soldiers?
Is the allocation of our missionaries and mission funds in accord with the biblical priorities?
How to interact with those who are struggling in their faith.
Prayer is the slender nerve that moves the muscle of Omnipotence.
Moral and spiritual vigilance is God's appointed way to glory. Self satisfied presumption will fall.
John Piper presents the fifth annual report since he came to Bethlehem.
Five reasons for choosing to preach through 1 John.
Four reasons for attending the early service on Sunday morning.
Every army needs a small, swift squadron full of surprises for the enemy.
John Piper celebrates the Stokes's 10 years of ministry at Bethlehem.
The Bible is infinitely precious, true, glorious baby talk.
God has always delighted to show his power through apparent defeat.
Christ became a man because the death of a man who was more than man was needed.
John Piper expresses his gratitude to numerous people at Bethlehem.
The grace of God is addicting. The more you experience his power, the more you want.
How are we morally distinct from ordinary society with its prudence, respectability, and good breeding?
The Lord is never hurried because he has all things under control. What a steady power should mark his people!
Differences between entertainment-oriented preachers and bible-oriented preachers.
What fools God makes of men who strive against their Maker!
What does it mean to be written in the Lamb's book of life?
John Piper poetically announces his wife's pregnancy.
Spiritual leadership is knowing where God wants people to be and taking the initiative, using God’s methods and power, to get them there.
Not all of God’s grace is behind us pushing to obey. There is also grace in front of us beckoning us to follow.
Each day is on sale for anyone who will purchase it. If we do not purchase it, we lose it—forever.
Everything we do from the time a child is born should be aimed at leading him to faith.
John Piper introduces a new program at Bethlehem for raising up young candidates for full-time Christian ministry.
We don't need to feel lovable, because we aren't. Grace for the unlovable is the gospel.
Five suggestions for what dads can do to prevent more abortions.
There is no reason to think that after 2,500 years Israel now can claim God’s sanction for her unbelief and rebellion. She stands under judgment until she repents and turns to her Savior-Messiah.
John Piper openly contemplates the weightiness of pastoral ministry and is sustained knowing that God is God.
John Piper gives an update on what happened at the annual meeting of the conference of which Bethlehem is a part.
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.
By the time we know a problem exists, God has already been working on it and his solution is on the way.
How does a church become and remain fertile ground for moblizing and supporting missionaries?
How can I admit that I am a worm and yet “love my neighbor as myself”?
There are six admonitions for how a church should treat its pastors.
How can we explain the surprising similarity between 2 Peter and Jude?
Don't exclude God from your recreation. God wills it, and it's his will to be in on it.
Pastor John makes known his schedule and availability to the people of Bethlehem.
There are worse things to lose than health, and sickness may help us gain what is best.
Take worship seriously. None of us knows when it will be our last day in the house of the Lord.
A healthy church will be hungry for sound teaching. And a healthy church will feed that hunger.