Exploring the Breadth and Depth of Scripture with Your Children

This week, the blog is sponsored by Truth78 and was written by Jill Nelson. Now more than ever, our children need to know, understand, and embrace the stunning grandeur and absolute truth of Scripture. The answer to every pressing question, every longing of the heart, every struggle of the will, and every hope of all-satisfying joy is found in God’s Word. Therefore, parents (and every believer): It is our sacred responsibility and privilege to fully acquaint our children with the …

The Importance of Thomas Goodwin

This week the blog is sponsored by  RHB Publications and written by Joel R. Beeke. As a teenager, God used Thomas Goodwin’s writings more than anyone else’s to bring me to liberty in Christ and to grow me in Christ. I wept often as I read his “Christ the Mediator” at the richness and fullness of my Savior and Lord. Already then, I dreamt of one-day publishing Goodwin’s entire Works of 12 volumes in a beautiful hardcover edition. Half a …

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When God Feels Far Away

This week the blog is sponsored by Baker Books and is adapted from Jamie Rasmussen’s new book When God Feels Far Away: Eight Ways to Navigate Divine Distance.  If you’re anything like me and consider yourself a Christian, you and I would probably agree on a few ‘essentials.’. Things like believing God is real, that He is good, and that His grace is revealed to us through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus. We would also agree that because …

What We’ll Discover about God in Heaven

This article is written by Andrew M. Davis and is sponsored by Baker Books. In his new book, The Glory Now Revealed, Andrew paints a dynamic, scripturally-based picture of heaven as a place where we continually discover new aspects of God’s glory displayed in his past works throughout the history of the world. Who can fully appraise the treasures of God’s glory woven into even a single day of history? We all underestimate the value of those treasures! The Bible …

The Preaching Class with John Piper

Preaching is a miracle. Faithful sermons are far more than explanations of a biblical text; they are celebrations of biblical realities. In ‘The Preaching Class,’ now available free online, John Piper distills lessons from more than three decades in the pulpit. In this introduction, below, Pastor John invites preachers and listeners to join him in his series of short videos on preaching. Throughout the series, Pastor John distills lessons from his 33 years in the pulpit and 10 years in …

What If We Lost Every Copy of the New Testament?—An Invitation to Consider the Evidence…

This week the blog is sponsored by Zondervan Reflective, and in the post, J. Warner Wallace is inviting you to consider the evidence. Can the truth about Jesus be uncovered—even without a body or a crime scene? Tammy Hayes’s disappearance was what we call a no-body homicide case—where a homicide is assumed to have occurred but a body is never found. These cases are incredibly difficult to investigate and prosecute. Few are ever filed with the district attorney because prosecutors …

Books that Point Children to Christ

This week the blog is sponsored by Reformation Heritage Books, with news of books that point children to Christ. Is this a familiar scene? You go to a bookstore to buy a Christian children’s book as a gift, and what you find are plenty of titles that provide good moral lessons – but are they spiritual lessons? Are they specifically Christian lessons? Do they point children to Christ and the character and nature of God? What follows is a transcript …

Don’t Miss Out—Sing! Global Begins Today

Beginning today, thousands of believers from around the globe will be gathering online for a three-day immersive virtual experience packed with worship led from six continents, a first-time-ever performance of the upcoming Keith & Kristyn Getty album, exclusive Sing! Global conversations with key leaders in the church, culture, and arts, and talks featuring 100+ Christian speakers, artists, and musicians. When you register, you’ll receive: A free songbook with 52 songs for your church used throughout the event Access to the …

Do You Trust the Bible?

Today’s post is written by Bill Mounce and is sponsored by Zondervan. Bill is the author of Why I Trust the Bible and Basics of Biblical Greek. The Bible makes some astonishing claims about itself. The apostle Paul tells his friend Timothy that every word of the Bible comes from the mouth of God (2 Tim 3:16). The Bible says God personally wrote the Ten Commandments with His own finger (Exod 31:18; Deut 9:10). Almost five hundred times, the prophets preface …

AGTV Continues to Grow 10 Months After Launching

This week the blog is sponsored by AGTV. In October 2020, the team that produced American Gospel: Christ Alone launched AGTV. Some see it as a Netflix for Christian teaching. The network hosts over 800 hours of carefully curated content. Much of it is available for free. There is now a long list of premium content and exclusive films and series for AGTV subscribers. AGTV’s premium roster includes the following films: American Gospel: Christ Alone American Gospel: Christ Crucified AG: …