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The Meanings of Love in the Bible

John Piper examines the Old Testament and the New Testament, focusing on God’s love, then on man’s love for God, man’s love for man and man’s love for things.

Deciding What We Deserve

The idea of recompense makes many people uneasy these days. Both Christians and morally sensitive non-Christians have trouble uttering the word "deserve." This is...

The Cult of the Self and the Command of Jesus

There once was a nymph named NarcissusWho thought himself very deliciousSo he stared like a foolAt his face in a poolAnd his folly today...

Is Faith a Way of Seeing? Reflections on Faith and Reason

Walk By Faith or By Sight

The Intentional Fallacy and the Meaning of Textual Meaning

Does It Really Mean What It Says?

Ministering to Your Pastor

Let's begin with a passage of Scripture from Romans 1:8-12. Paul says to the church: First, I thank my God through Jesus Christ for all of...

Self-Love and the Christian Counselor's Task

All persons long for something. Everyone desires, yearns, hopes, wants. Without desire there is no human action, and without action we die. So where...

An Overview of the History of Missions

(Based on Ralph Winter, The Kingdom Strikes Back: Ten Epochs of Redemptive History in Perspectives on the World Christian Movement) Phase One: 1 - 400 Romans Possibly Paul's work...

A Handbook of Enemy Strategies

A wartime mindset must include shrewd knowledge of enemy tactics: Ephesians 5:11, "Take no part in unfruitful works of darkness, but instead expose them." Christianity stands or...

The Misuse of Exodus 21:22-25 by Pro-Choice Advocates

Pro-choice People Misuse Bible

There is No Greater Satisfaction: God-Centered Motivation for World Missions

God-Centered Missions Bring Satisfaction

Thoughts on Worship and Culture

1. There is very little in the New Testament about the forms and style and content of corporate worship. Following Old Testament forms too...

Cosmic Level Spiritual Warfare

On February 12 of this year about 30 prayer leaders met in Pasadena at the invitation of Peter Wagner for a Post-Lausanne II Consultation on...

Signs and Wonders: Then and Now

Part 1: Are Wonders against the Word? I am one of those Baptist General Conference people who believes that "signs and wonders" and all the...

Unreached Peoples: The Unique and Primary Goal of Missions

Pastor Reveals Goal of Missions

Infant Baptism and the New Covenant Community

Baptizing Infants: Biblical or Not?

The Marks of a Spiritual Leader

I define spiritual leadership as knowing where God wants people to be and taking the initiative to use God's methods to get them there...

What Should We Pray For?

One way to answer this question is to look at what the early church prayed for. Here is a list gathered from the New...

Advice to Pastors: How to Help Your People Be More Satisfied in God

Help People Find Satisfaction in God

Latest News

$1 Million Grant Provides Free Resources So You Can ‘Bless Your...

Want ideas for how to support your pastor? Recognizing that many church leaders “face significant financial challenges,” the new “Bless Your Pastor” campaign aims to raise awareness about those needs and assist church members in meeting them.

New Podcasts

Craig Gross Has High Praise for the Spiritual Use of Cannabis

“I think Christians sit on the sidelines of a lot of conversations," says Craig Gross. Craig's latest venture is a Christian cannabis website, and this week on our podcast, he talks about his personal journey with using marijuana and why it's important for Christians not to be afraid of this topic.