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The Value of Being Blunt

We have much to learn from the apostle who had the ability to be blunt and corrective while striving toward peace with others in kindness.

Help for Humanly Impossible Acts

The languishing come to drink at the fountain of God’s life-giving word. That too is worship. It magnifies the necessity and desirableness of God.

Why the Call to Preach Is Unique

Expository exultation is a unique kind of communication. It is different, radically different, from anything in the world.

What the Grand Canyon Teaches Us about Ourselves

Ninety-nine years ago today, Grand Canyon National Park was established after President Woodrow Wilson signed a Congressional act. Learn the invaluable lesson John Piper thinks this national landmark can teach.

The Joy of Christmas

Jesus has come to inaugurate that peace among God’s people and to unveil the true joy of Christmas.

How to Eat with Gratitude This Thanksgiving

The created world finds its meaning when people, created in God’s image, use it with a mind that knows God and a heart that believes in and thanks God.

Why You Should Read John Owen Next Year

What Owen offers is not quick relief, but long-term, deep growth in grace that can make strong, healthy trees where there was once a fragile sapling.