Pastor John commends Tony Reinke’s new book — a panoramic, penetrating theology of technology, tethered to God’s infallible Scriptures.
How can Christians live faithfully in the day of Big Tech? In ‘God, Technology, and the Christian Life,’ Tony Reinke explores God’s relationship to the innovations of our age.
Does the story of David and Bathsheba suggest that Bathsheba was a willing partner in his adultery, or that David took her against her will?
God made some Christians to enjoy spending a lot of time alone. But what makes the difference between a Christian loner and a self-centered loner?
The God of the universe cares about every problem you have, no matter how small. And he wants to draw you up into purposes far greater than your problems.
Pull-tabs and scratch games incentivize risky, destructive behaviors, especially among those who can least afford to play.
What might it look like for a Christian with significant disabilities to live a productive, spiritually fruitful, God-glorifying life?
Should I become a preacher? Pastor John’s own road to the pastorate shows that God often makes preachers in unexpected ways.
If Scripture doesn’t obligate parents to leave a financial inheritance to their children, how might Christians decide what to do with their money?
God will never leave or forsake his children. But for our lasting good, he may sometimes hide his face and allow us to walk through seasons of darkness.
When we memorize and meditate on God’s word, we create a deep, transforming connection between the Bible, our minds, and our hearts.