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  • Have You Believed The False Gospel of Productivity?

    Today’s post is written by Sean McGever and is sponsored by Zondervan. Sean is the author of The Good News of Our Limits. You may believe in a false gospel and not even know it. Worse yet, this message may have come from your favorite Christian books, sermons, and Bible studies. False gospels are nothing…

  • Q&A with Michael Horton on Recovering Our Sanity

    This Q&A with Michael Horton comes from Zondervan Reflective. Learn more about Horton’s new book at RecoveringOurSanity.com. What prompted you to write Recovering Our Sanity? Michael Horton: The replication of America’s “civil war” in the body of Christ. It’s one thing to be hated by the world because of the gospel; it’s another thing for…

  • I Just Don’t Believe the Bible

    This week the blog is sponsored by Boyce College and this post is written by Timothy Paul Jones who is inviting you to attend the Renown Youth Conference 2022. “I still want to believe in Jesus,” she said to me. “I just don’t believe the Bible.” I was wrapping up a series that focused on…

  • Knowing Theology Based on the Bible Is Important for Your Faith

    This week the blog is sponsored by Zondervan Academic, and is adapted from the preface to Christian Beliefs by Wayne Grudem. Knowing and understanding basic Christian beliefs is important for every Christian. People who don’t know what the Bible teaches will have no ability to distinguish truth from error, and they will be like “children,…

  • Your Free Devotional from Trained Pastors Around the World

    This week the blog is sponsored by The Master’s Academy International (TMAI). As you come into God’s presence each day, may you be reminded that He’s at work among the nations. To help you with that, Declaring His Glory Among the Nations is yours to enjoy for free from The Master’s Academy International—a global training…

  • ShareWord Global – A new name and mission for The Gideons in Canada

    This week the blog is sponsored by ShareWord Global. What do most people think of when they hear ‘The Gideons’? If you were to ask around, the answer would likely have something to do with Bible distribution, with the most common forms being Bibles in hotel nightstands or in the hands of Grade 5 students.…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • 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…

  • Your Church Needs To Reclaim a Culture of Care

    This article is written by Dale Johnson and is sponsored by The Association of Certified Biblical Counselors (ACBC). Dale is the author of The Church as a Culture of Care and Executive Director of ACBC. ACBC is hosting their Annual Conference O Church Arise: Reclaiming a Culture of Care this October in Charlotte, NC. (See…

  • The #1 Key to the Christian Life!

    This article is written by Max Anders is sponsored by Thomas Nelson. Max is the author of 30 Days to Growing in Your Faith and 30 Days to Understanding the Bible. Knowledge isn’t everything, but everything rests on knowledge. You can’t believe something until you know it. You won’t live it until you believe it.…

  • How Bible Reading Habits Have Changed Throughout History

    This week the blog is sponsored by The Good Book Company, who publish biblical, relevant, and accessible resources like those recommended below. For many of us who grew up in the evangelical world, it is taken for granted that Christians have a daily “Quiet time” — a few minutes put aside, usually at the beginning…

  • Four Reasons Why Your Family Needs Genesis

    This article is written by Nick Thompson and sponsored by Reformation Heritage Books. You can learn more about Joel Beeke and nick Thompson’s new book, Beginning: Family Worship in Genesis, here. Does Genesis offer relevant lessons for your children? Can the complex and often graphic narratives really be suitable to family worship? After reading the…