Do You Exercise for the Wrong Reasons?
Jan 26, 2017
Glorifying God with our bodies is not mainly about what we don’t do. They are gifts from him to grow and develop, not bury and let languish.
Happily Ever After
Finding Grace in the Messes of Marriage
Jan 24, 2017
These short devotionals by John Piper, Francis Chan, and others are designed to shape, challenge, and inspire your own vision of marriage and God.
Get Alone with God
Jan 11, 2017
“Time alone with God” is as important as it’s ever been — and even more so in our age of distraction.
The Greatest Day in a Fan’s Life
Jan 10, 2017
Today is the greatest day of my life as a sports fan. At least it’s supposed to be.
Resolutions Are Not Enough
Habits of Grace for a New Year
Dec 31, 2016
New Year’s resolutions can be an important first step, but they are a far cry from real, lasting change. But God has not just left us to resolutions.
God Came Down
Dec 22, 2016
The allure of Christmas has a strange power over us, even the unbelieving and seemingly secularized.
Jesus Is Fully Human
Dec 15, 2016
Many Christians are afraid to embrace the truth that Jesus is thoroughly, shockingly human. Are you among them?
How God Became a Man
What Jesus Did for Thirty Years
Dec 8, 2016
Jesus did not simply emerge from the wilderness preaching the kingdom. He learned to latch and crawl, to walk and talk, to love and obey.
Hark! The Long-Lost Verses Sing
Dec 1, 2016
The story behind “Hark! The Herald Angels Sing” will help you sing it with fresh heart and hope this Advent.
Made for Another World
Remembering C.S. Lewis
Nov 22, 2016
Today is the anniversary of the death of C.S. Lewis (1898–1963).
The Lost Art of Feasting
Nov 22, 2016
True feasting is not first and foremost about food, but something far bigger, and more satisfying, than any dish or dessert.
True Leadership Is Sacrifice, Not Privilege
Nov 10, 2016
Presidents, pastors, husbands, and fathers need to know that true leadership is about giving, not taking.
Do You Exercise Like a Nonbeliever?
Nov 3, 2016
Regular human movement has been assumed throughout history, but the innovations of modern life have made a sedentary lifestyle more typical than ever before.
Christians, This Is Our Night
Oct 28, 2016
Christians with open Bibles have a theology tall enough and thick enough for every ounce of Halloween.
Happy Daddy, Happy Home
Oct 13, 2016
Is our joy contagious even to those who know us best and are around us at the most inconvenient times?
Every Click Counts
What You Should Know About the Internet
Oct 6, 2016
Every time you click, you say, “I want this — and more of this.” And someone hears you.
The Heart of Christian Husbanding
Sep 29, 2016
A husband doesn’t need money to make his wife happy. What she wants most isn’t something he can buy, but it is costly — himself.
The Biggest Temple in Town
Sep 18, 2016
How much am I building my life around my favorite team and its games, and what important things in life are suffering because of this growing priority?
Dad Enough to Sing
Sep 15, 2016
I want my sons to grow up believing that a grown man singing is one of the most natural sounds in the world.
Treat Yourself to the Voice of God
Sep 7, 2016
Don’t fool yourself into thinking there’s any virtue in making Bible time as unpleasant as possible.
Calvinists Should Be Calmest and Kindest
Sep 1, 2016
The humbling theology of Calvinism is undermined by embittered, angry, and scornful words.
Digital Fortresses and Face-to-Face Love
Aug 25, 2016
Sinful hearts love to hide behind a carefully constructed, digital fortress of remote control.
Singing Helps Us Feel the Gospel
Aug 21, 2016
Music and song not only express what’s in our hearts, but also encourage what should be there.
Unexpected Answers to Our Biggest Questions
Aug 18, 2016
You are not the master of your fate or captain of your soul. The God of the universe has done for you what only he can do.