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John Starke is an editor for The Gospel Coalition and lead pastor of All Souls Church in the Upper West Side of Manhattan. He is the co-editor with Bruce A. Ware of the forthcoming book, One God in Three Person: Upholding the Trinity's Unity of Essence and Distinction of Persons (Crossway Books).
The Gospel Coalition staff came up with a list of books from 2012 that stuck with us, that will likely teach us in the coming years, or we'd gladly hand out and suggest to friends and family.
Church planting and missions isn't a byproduct of the young Reformed resurgence of the last decade but something embedded in the Reformation's God-centered commitment to advancing the gospel.
Disciples can give up anything, go anywhere, and risk everything because the gospel has filled us with good things that can never be taken away.
Whether you live in New England or not, there were lots of reasons for Christians everywhere to rejoice last weekend.
Today, in Boston, over 1,200 pastors, church leaders, campus leaders, and concerned lay-people from all around New England gathered together at the first day of the 2012 TGC New England Regional Conference.
A theological vision for ministry does the hard work of weeding out the ministries and programs that dilute the mission.
Fred Sanders and Kevin Vanhoozer provide annotated lists of suggested books on the doctrine of God.
Check out these two recent talks from Don Carson on a couple of the most famous parables in the Gospel of Luke.
Anyone who knows only his strength, not his weakness, has never given himself to a task which demands all he can give.
Ryan Kelly describes how the doctrine of desertion helps us make sense of the psalms and our experience of spiritual dryness.