After a year unlike any other, Pastor John looks ahead to new books and renewed ambitions to spread Christian Hedonism farther across the globe.
How can Christians challenge and correct one another in a way that honors Christ and acknowledges our common neediness before him?
God expects faithfulness of all his people. But faithfulness for one Christian may look far different than faithfulness for another Christian.
Paul tells us that we do not wrestle against flesh and blood. But Paul himself had many human enemies. So, are our enemies spiritual, human, or both?
The essence of God’s love is not that he makes much of us, but that he frees us, at great cost to himself, to enjoy making much of him forever.
Many medical professionals regularly find themselves around people only hours or minutes from hell. How would love call us to act in those moments?
Christians display the character of God through both mercy and justice. But how do we know when to show mercy and when to give justice?
Almost everyone wants to be loved by God. But our reasons for wanting God’s love may reveal whether we truly know him or not.
When God restored Job’s fortunes, he also doubled his wealth. Should Christians pray for God to do the same for us today?
Serial dating, if left unconquered, often turns into serial marriage. So, what hope does Jesus offer to those addicted to the pleasures of a new relationship?
God commands us both to fear him and to flee to him for refuge. How can we possibly do one without contradicting the other?