Tag Archives: Gospel

Mama's Hands Are Full: Gloria Furman on Treasuring Christ in the Trenches

As a mom, this book was the perfect word of truth and encouragement my weary heart needed.

When the Gospel Transforms Your 9 to 5

A pastor and entrepreneur team up to discuss faith and vocation, working for the weekend, how pastors can encourage people in their jobs, and more.

God Meets Busy Moms Right Where They Are

Moms, Jesus wants to fellowship with you right where you are, even in the commotion of ordinary life.

The 'Gospel' That Almost Killed Me

It's been nearly six years since the Lord saved me from myself and the damnable heresy that had ensnared me.

God Gives Me More Than I Can Handle

It's not that God gives us what we can handle. It's that he gives us what we can't handle so we lean on him, not on ourselves.

But Mom, I Can't Be Nice

Can you imagine giving your most important treasure to someone who hates you and always does the opposite of what you say?

Pascal's Method for Presenting the Christian Faith

Only if their imagination is captured will most give a fair hearing to the strong arguments for the truth of Christianity.

Is Your Church a Recovery Culture?

Recovery-culture churches are not always family-friendly, but they are always gospel-friendly.

Pastor, Stop Lying

I wanted people to see me as someone who didn't need the gospel as bad as I was telling them they needed it.

John Piper Explains Why He Tries for Ethnic Unity

I can't love missions and be ethnocentric. I want every people group on the planet evangelized.