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Your Most Basic Need

We must train ourselves to slow down and recognize the greatest need we have is met in Christ’s coming.

Is Success a Friend or Foe? (by Dave Kraft)

Dave Kraft

Maybe, just maybe, we need to revisit our working definition of success to see how much of what we believe is truly biblical and not merely cultural, with a few verses added for “seasoning” here and there.

9 Notable Quotes from Weep with Me

In the Bible, lament is a prayer that leads to trust, which can be a starting point for the church to “weep with those who weep."

From Mecca to the Messiah (Part 3)

Thabiti Anyabwile

I lived a lost, God-rejecting, self-seeking life for about a year. Not surprisingly, my marriage grew empty as well, and the difficulties started to appear overwhelming. Then, my wife and I learned that we were …

D.A. Carson on Evangelicalism—from ETS 2009

Dr. D. A. Carson presents a biblical/theological definition of evangelicalism that is rooted in the New Testament’s description of the gospel, and then proceeds to demonstrate its continuing relevance and our need for its scripturally defined boundaries.

Why Serial Captivates Us

Serial offers us insights into our culture’s longings, revealing God’s truth in the world around us.

From Mecca to the Messiah (Part 4)

Thabiti Anyabwile

The Doctrines of Grace My wife and I returned to North Carolina full of wonder and joy. We were changed. The world sparkled with a newness and freshness we didn’t know was available. Everything was …

What Are Your Blind Spots?

Our blind spots lead to divisions and disagreements, preventing God’s people from testifying to his grace with one voice.