Christian, Don’t Grow Cold – Brandon Knight

It’s an unmistakable truth: sin makes our hearts grow cold. It doesn’t happen at once, though. The process is gradual as we remove ourselves from fellowship with other believers and…

Where Can the Lonely Pastor Go? – Chris Davis

Last fall, I reached a saturation point of loneliness in ministry. I felt achingly, painfully alone. My body let me know it every time I was at church. For two…

Feast of Trumpets: How Rosh Hashana Prepares Us to Meet God – Davy Ellison

The Bible college where I serve has a flagship course titled “Preparation for Ministry.” But I increasingly find it a challenge to convince people to take the time to do…

7 Ways to Create a Family Worship Culture in Your Home – Jodi Hiser

The collective disposition around our family dinner table that night was one of deflated defeat. For hours, the kids had struggled with finishing their daily homework. My husband was recovering…

God Wants You to Be a Burden – Christine Gordon, Hope Blanton

In a recent text exchange, I (Christine) asked a friend how things were going with some work conversations that I knew had been stressful. Her response? “You’ve got so much…

What You Should Know About Biblical Complementarianism – Nancy Guthrie, Ligon Duncan, Kevin DeYoung, Melissa Kruger

In their breakout session at TGC21, Kevin DeYoung, Ligon Duncan, Melissa Kruger, and Nancy Guthrie discuss what it means to have a healthy, biblical view of complementarianism. Melissa Kruger defines…

Parents, Just Go to Church – Cameron Cole

At a Fortune 500 corporation, many interests and demands consume the company’s time and resources. How does an executive choose what opportunities to prioritize? The same is true for Christian…

Anthony Kronman’s Unknown God – Matthew Jordan

Does anything exist outside of time? Is it still intellectually responsible to believe in God? Anthony Kronman proposes to settle these and other questions once and for all in his…

Global Professionals Can Reach the World for Christ – Larry McCrary

Let me tell you a little about Joe. Joe was a business student at a university in the U.S. He spent one semester studying abroad in an international city. While…

What I Learned from Rereading C. S. Lewis – Louis Markos

Although I took some very fine classes taught by excellent professors as a part of my graduate studies at the University of Michigan, my greatest and most enduring learning came…