Tag Archives: Relationships

False Freedom and the Slavery of Autonomy

The unwillingness to choose is not freedom; it's slavery to autonomy.

Why You Can't See Your Biggest Flaws

We have too many layers of self-justification to grow without hard knocks.

Resources for One-Anothering the Word

Every relationship, even difficult ones, are a gift of God's grace for our growth in the knowledge and likeness of Christ.

Four Lies About Introverts

The more I rest in God's gracious acceptance of me in Christ, the more freed I am to be my introverted self for his glory.

Peacemaking: A Gospel Necessity

Peacemaking, driven by love, is essentially living out the gospel in our relationships.

More Choices, Less Commitment

Committing to love at great cost to ourselves is the most desirable choice we can make in God's universe.

Church Was Great! Let's Not Talk About It

Initiating spiritually edifying conversations after church isn't easy, but it's worth it.

Building a Better Small Group

In good company and conference the goodness of God and the struggles of life meet in loving acceptance, godly direction, and transforming community.

Lonely Me: A Pastoral Perspective

Our emotions can help if we hear them properly. In this way, loneliness is not an enemy or a scourge but a friend and a kind of helpful companion.

The Pastor and His Wife Get to Pick Their Own Friends | Part 2

Mark Driscoll will join D.A. Carson, Matt Chandler, and others to teach June 3-4 in San Jose at Church Planter: Igniting a Gospel-Centered Mission for the Church, a conference which The Gospel Coalition is excited to co-host with Acts 29 and the NorCal Network. Anyone who wants to see more people meet Jesus is encouraged […]