Why Christians Are Not Morally Obligated to Vote – Joe Carter

On Tuesday, citizens across America will commit of the most egregious of civic sins: they won’t vote. If their transgression becomes known they may suffer scorn and derision. They will…

The Hidden Discipline of John Stott – Mark Meynell

I have a love/hate relationship with duty and discipline. It may be a generational problem. After all, such a statement would’ve been incomprehensible for the so-called Greatest Generation; people just…

Have a Holly COVID Christmas – David Mathis

Soon the chills of fall will give way to the cold of winter. Layers of super white will cover over the brilliant colors of harvest. Even as we await Halloween,…

Winter Is Coming: COVID-19 Forces Hard Choices for Churches – Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra

When Sonlife Community Church regathered in person on May 31, pastor Paul Devall arranged for social distancing, recommended his congregation wear masks, and opened all the doors and windows. He’s…

The True Meaning of Being Made in God’s Image – Mike Cosper

Mike Cosper delivered a message during a breakout at The Gospel Coalition’s 2019 National Conference titled “Made in the Image of God for the Good of the World.” During the…

Masterclass in Evangelistic Apologetics from a Dead Presbyterian – Sinclair Ferguson

John Gresham Machen (1881–1937) was, by any measure, one of the towering figures in American evangelicalism in the first half of the 20th century. He was born into a privileged…

Individual Racism vs. Systemic Racism – Phillip Holmes

In this episode of As In Heaven, hosts Jim Davis and Justin Holcomb welcome Phillip Holmes to offer his perspective on some of the differences between individual and systemic (or…

Why Evangelicals Are (Still) Divided over Trump – Joe Carter

Four years ago we witnessed the beginning of a new political divide, an intramural division within American social conservatism, which was felt most prominently within the evangelical wing of this…

Dear Younger Pastors in 2020 America – John Yates

Dear brothers, I don’t often write to you like this. But I’m thinking of the challenges facing you right now in pastoral ministry, and I want to share a thought…

Loving Difficult Neighbors Isn’t Optional – Will Anderson

Much like family, we don’t choose our neighbors. Depending on the situation, this can be delightful or dreadful. But even when it’s dreadful, Jesus commands us to love our neighbors.…