A collection of verses that identify how God would have us grow.
A request for prayer for the 1990 Bethlehem Conference for Pastors on Universalism and the Reality of Eternal Punishment.
There are at least three generally-accepted principles of justice that stand in the way of justifying abortion.
The human mind may be fallen, but it's not useless.
The life of David Brainerd is a bright testimony to the long-suffering, severe mercy of God.
Matthew seems unusually burdened to alert us about the danger of thinking we are saved when we are not.
Ten things to be thankful for and three things to be concerned about at a Vineyard conference.
Jesus chose Twelve Apostles for a unique, unrepeatable role in the history of redemption.
It is wrong to view spiritual gifts as unpredictable, unconnected to reasoning processes, and free from the demands of objective observation.
A brief theology of the gift of prophecy and its implications for you.
It does not dishonor Christ to say that he is the only one who can service us with what we need most.
Announcement concerning the start of construction for a new sanctuary.
John Piper expresses thanks to all who helped make the Easter service a success.
Three reasons why you should resist playing the lottery.
John Piper thanks the church for the honor shown him on his 10th anniversary at Bethlehem.
Ten resolutions by Pastor John's beloved English Literature professor.
This constitutional revision would replace the Council of Deacons at Bethlehem with a Council of Elders.
To grow up into the fullness of the stature of Christ includes emotional transformation.
Bethlehem pursues new ways of filling Minneapolis with their teaching.
Why doesn't God, instead of saving us out of trouble, just keep it away entirely?
Concerted, united prayer has been God's pattern in the past for initiating spiritual awakening and world evangelization.
A men's retreat is an opportunity to learn from each other and step closer toward the maturity and wholeness that God is calling us to.
How can you experience more of the fullness of God? Consider taking a personal prayer retreat.
God goes the second (and third and fourth) mile for us to feel encouraged.
It's the seasons of affliction that yield the most spiritual fruit.
Where people do not pray, churches either die or become human management “successes”. Three suggestions for staying inspired.