John Piper responds to the controversial question about God's wrath in the Old Testament.
John directed his message of repentance to the non-religious and religious.
Os Guinness examines what it means to say, "I believe the Bible."
Alan Hirsch explains why you can never build a movement based on consumers.
Matt Chandler believes in the gifts of the Spirit but has no place to put them.
Randy Alcorn and Donald Miller discuss the Biblical idea of Heaven on Earth.
Mark Driscoll: “There is a real hell that will be full.”
Eugene Peterson says good preaching connects the personal stories of your congregation with the Grand Story of the Bible.
Francis Chan challenges us to rethink our concept of "normal." Why isn't Biblical thinking the norm?
Donald Miller and Phyllis Tickle discuss why the element of story is vital in good preaching.
Craig Groeschel interviews Dave Ramsey about investing, faith, and leadership principles.
Hans Rosling reminds us "Having the data is not enough. I have to show it in ways people enjoy and understand."
"Sometimes God gives you the faith to get up and go and sometimes God gives you the faith to stay put," says Furtick.
"In every preaching experience, you have to earn the right to be heard."
John Piper shares his thoughts on whether it's permissible to drink alcohol.
If our treasure is not balanced, what does that say about our heart?
John Ortberg and Dallas Willard discuss the centrality of Jesus' message in the Gospels.
Who will be the change-agents in a city (or nation)--the clergy or the laity?
"Sometimes God gets in the way to show us the way," says Mark Batterson.
Mark Driscoll: "We can sin on how we sin the sin."