A Worthy Wife to Be
Tracing the Rare Beauty of Ruth
Sep 17, 2021
If you want to become more of a worthy wife-to-be, consider the loyal, fearless, unwavering, Godward example of an unlikely heroine: Ruth.
The Rest Beyond Our Reach
Finding Refreshment in a Burnout Culture
Sep 15, 2021
The effects of sin strangle us. The woes we carry crush us. But in Christ, we who labor and are heavy laden find rest for our souls.
The Book Jesus Loved Most
What Unlocked the Old Testament for Me
Sep 14, 2021
The Old Testament makes up three-fourths of ours Bibles, and all of it is about Jesus. How often do you see him there?
Devote Yourself to Faithfulness
How to Cultivate a Quiet Virtue
Sep 13, 2021
To cultivate a life of faithfulness, we should follow David’s instruction to trust in the Lord, do good, and befriend faithfulness.
The Illusion of Normal Days
Sep 12, 2021
The return of Christ should shape our lives in such a way that worldly people laugh at how we’ve wasted them.
‘Christ Must Be Explicit’
How 9/11 Changed Desiring God
Sep 11, 2021
On the twentieth anniversary, many will recount how 9/11 changed our world. But how did the attacks that day affect how we see and speak about God?
‘Give Me Nineteen Men’
Muslim Missions Twenty Years After 9/11
Sep 10, 2021
Mack Stiles and his family boarded a plane for the Middle East just weeks after 9/11. After two decades, he reflects on missions to Muslims since the towers fell.
Judge Others as You Want to Be Judged
Sep 9, 2021
“Judge not.” Few words of Jesus are more familiar, even to non-Christians. And when understood, few are more devastating.
A Kingdom Without Borders
Sep 8, 2021
Neither the gates of hell nor the borders of the most God-hating governments on earth can prevail against Jesus. No countries are closed to Christ.
Ten Words That Changed Everything About My Suffering
Sep 7, 2021
What does God allow that he hates? Joni Eareckson Tada reflects on a sentence that changed everything for her suffering.
Why Won’t You Dance?
Following Christ in an Unappeasable World
Sep 6, 2021
No matter how winsome, how nuanced, or how gentle you are, if you live faithfully for Jesus Christ, you will offend others — and likely will be hated.
You Can’t Fake What You Love
How a Sentence Exposed and Delighted Me
Sep 5, 2021
Pleasures never lie. We can lie about what we love, but what we love is what we love. Our pleasures always tell the truth.
Overseers of Souls
Why Elders Must See and Act
Sep 4, 2021
Some elders fail to see the threats to their flocks. Others fail to act on what they see. Faithful shepherding means seeing well and taking responsibility.