Seeing the World in Black and White: How Much Do Assumptions Divide Us? – Greg Morse

After watching the George Floyd video and seeing the ensuing destruction to our city, the four walls of the house began to feel suffocating. I needed to go for a…

Why Do I Need to Be Saved? – John Piper

At the cross, God not only clears a path for sinners to himself. He also vindicates his righteousness after passing over centuries of sin. Listen Now

How Do We Become Spiritually Mature?

We don’t want to remain spiritual children, perpetually stuck in infancy. We don’t want to be weak, vulnerable, and immature. Nor do we want to be ignorant about God’s truth,…

Today’s Hymn Reflection from Alistair: “Thou Hidden Source of Calm Repose”

Alistair ponders the “hidden source of calm repose” in a soothing lyric by Charles Wesley. Check out the complete hymn if the chaos of our days has you looking for…

Election Silences Pride and Awakens Praise: Ephesians 1:3–6, Part 9 – John Piper

God chose his people in his Son, before the foundation of the world, to put an end to all boasting and to secure eternal praise of the glory of his…

Ministry Belongs to the Members: How God Uses Ordinary Saints – Sam Emadi

American evangelicals have developed a rather unhelpful way of speaking about vocational gospel work. We use idioms like “going into the ministry” to describe full-time pastoral employment — as if…

Who Am I?

Here’s an excerpt from Who Am I?, Burk Parsons’ contribution to the July issue of Tabletalk: In the musical adaptation of Victor Hugo’s classic work Les Misérables, the protagonist Jean…

Recommended Reading for Young Adults

It seems that as each generation reaches early adulthood, the world produces yet another batch of self-help books and how-to guides meant to help young men and women thrive—or at…

What Christian Biographies Have Impacted You the Most?

Christian biographies can show us how God uses ordinary people to accomplish great things for the cause of Christ. From one of our Ask Ligonier events, John MacArthur reveals which…

Why Does ‘Atonement’ Disappear in the New Testament? – John Piper

The word “atonement” appears all over the ESV’s translation of the Old Testament, but never in the New. Didn’t Jesus make atonement for our sins? Listen Now