Is Hiring Household Help Outsourcing My Responsibilities? – Teena Dare

I am a working mom—my work is enjoyable, and it contributes essential income to our family’s finances. But it’s hard to get everything done when many of my hours are…

The Books That Shaped Charles Taylor – Carl Trueman

I find few things more interesting than gaining insights into the private mind of a public figure. In Avenues of Faith—a delightful, if difficult, little book—Charles Taylor, one the preeminent…

What Do You Mean by ‘Unity’? – Quina Aragon

There’s been lots of talk about the need for unity in our country and our churches, especially after the recent insurrection at the Capitol. There’s also been lots of pushback…

Black Coffee and Christianity – Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra

In the first week of March last year, John Onwuchekwa and his partners signed a lease on a building. They were starting a coffee shop in their neighborhood, just four…

Multifaceted Glory: What the Transfiguration Tells Us About Jesus – Justin Dillehay

The story of Christ’s transfiguration would probably strike us as weird if it weren’t so familiar. I mean, think about it. Jesus goes up on a mountain with three friends…

How Do the Arts Help Us Learn and Grasp Scripture? – Josh Byers

In this episode of TGC Q&A, Josh Byers and Quina Aragon address the question, “How do the arts help us learn and grasp Scripture?” They address: The arts as a…

The Countries Where It’s Most Dangerous to Be a Christian in 2021 – Joe Carter

Around the world, more than 340 million Christians—one of every eight believers—experience high levels of persecution, just for following Jesus. For the past 29 years, the Open Doors World Watch…

Navigating Ministry and Marriage as a Pastor’s Wife – Lauren Hansen

During The Gospel Coalition’s 2018 Women’s Conference, Noël Piper, Latoya McCutcheon, Lauren Hansen, and Megan Hill participated in a panel discussion titled “Co-Laboring in the Gospel: A Conversation for Pastors’…

When Miracles Don’t Seem Miraculous – Greg Phelan

Martin Luther famously said that God feeds the hungry through the baker and heals the sick through the doctor. I’ve always struggled a bit with that. (I’m not alone.) God’s…

Whataboutism Is a Mark of Foolishness – Brett McCracken

We’re supposedly the most scientifically advanced, enlightened, informed generation in human history. We have the entire accumulated knowledge of humankind on devices in our pockets, after all. One would think…