Sharp-Dressed Theologians – Graham Cole

Robert Covolo has written a fascinating and original work that brings a variety of perspectives to the idea of fashion—understood as clothing and accessories, that which is worn. Scripture, tradition,…

Motherhood and the Hope of the Gospel – Christine Hoover

TGC hosted a panel discussion during the 2021 Women’s Conference titled “Motherhood and the Hope of the Gospel” with Christine Hoover, Trillia Newbell, Irene Sun, and Laura Wifler. Against the backdrop…

I ‘Just’ Do Ordinary Work – Dan Doriani

Over the years, I’ve interviewed hundreds of people about their work. I generally begin with a simple question: “Do you enjoy your job? Why or why not?” I’ve been amazed…

‘The Eyes of Tammy Faye’ Condemns One False Gospel, Celebrates Another – Brett McCracken

Whether films or documentaries about Pentecostal snake-handlers, indie films or Netflix documentaries about gay “reparative therapy,” or HBO comedies about Falwell-style televangelist corruption, Hollywood tends to seize upon any opportunity…

Brothers, Don’t Underestimate the Value of Ministerial Fellowship – Jason Helopoulos

Pastor, do you have what it takes to last for the long haul? According to one recent survey, nearly one-third of pastors have given serious consideration to quitting full-time ministry…

Ethiopia’s Humanitarian Crisis—and How the Church Can Pray – Justin Mather

The conflict in Ethiopia’s northernmost region of Tigray, now spilling into neighboring Afar and Amhara regions, can only be described as a profound and profoundly complex tragedy. Reports from international…

The Divine Attribute We Often Ignore – RuthAnne Jenkins

When A. W. Tozer wrote one of his most famous phrases, “What comes into our minds when we think about God is the most important thing about us,” I doubt…

3 Ways to Recruit a Healthy Children’s Ministry Team – Jared Kennedy

You have a half-dozen committed children’s ministry teachers, but that’s it. Every Sunday, you try to pull in enough extra hands to meet the minimum requirements for two adults in…

When You’re Waiting for Home – Clarissa Moll

When my landlord told me he was going to sell our rental home, I wasn’t surprised. I’d seen “for sale” signs popping up all over town. Home prices in June…

9 Things You Should Know About Dante’s ‘The Divine Comedy’ – Joe Carter

September 14 was the 700th anniversary of the death of Dante Alighieri, the “father of the Italian language.” A year before his death, Dante completed The Divine Comedy, one the…