Next Generation, They Could Leave the Church by Pandemic

Kinnaman and Matlock sit down to discuss how ministry leaders can aid the at risk Millennial and Gen Z demographics during the pandemic.

John Piper Explains Christian Hedonism

John Piper covers Christian Hedonism in a response to a question sent by a "Desiring God" radio listener. "'Whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.' How can I give th…
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    "It is so dangerous to encourage girls to think that they might not be women."
    On a radio show dedicated to women's rights, campaigner Kellie-jay Kee, the Tory MP for Thurrock, stated that rather than advancing equality, the transgender movement was guilty of gender stereotyping…
  • John Piper's Opinions on Pastors Who Don't Preach Against Sin
    Pastor John Piper
    During a podcast led by the team at Desiring God, a woman from Sweden who described herself as a "relatively new Christian in Sweden" asked Pastor John Piper about her church and was interested in how…
  • John Piper Explains How Evil Began
    Pastor John Piper
    John Piper stated, "Satan, whose name means an accuser, a devil which means slanderer." Satan takes away the grace from every being. The Devil is the "deceiver of the whole world" (Revelation 12:9), "…
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    Service Toward Others Is Shown Through a Kneeling Posture

    The spirituality of service is the spirituality of Jesus. Jesus says that “For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.” (Mark 10:45).
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    A Shoe Musing

    They say that when a tiger dies it leaves its leather, but when a people die they leave a legacy (their name). I regard that as the remnant of a life well lived. The reason why there is such an emptiness when a person passes away is precisely because of that remnant of a life well lived. When I thin…
  • Thom Rainer

    Seven Personality Types of Sick Churches

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    The Billy Graham Rule: Finding a More Balanced Approach

    Have you heard of the Billy Graham rule? It states that men should never have a one-on-one meeting with a woman who isn’t his wife. This rule recently came into the public eye when the Washington Post reported that Vice President Mike Pence “never eats alone with a woman other than his wife and …
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    Magnifying Christ: Seeing Him for Who He Truly Is

    Every time I visited my grandfather in the senior apartments when I was a child, I’d have to find things to play with. He had a candy jar full of coins, thousands of toothpicks taken from various restaurants, and other things I thought were strange.
  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

    To Live Is To Love

    The most noble thing is life. There is nothing more precious than life. It is truly amazing that a life is born. One life contains infinite potential. It’s like a big tree in a small seed. It is like having a huge forest in a small seed. All huge forests started with small seeds.
  • Bryan Kim

    Using Warm Language

    I heard there is a temperature in our language. In Ki Ju Lee’s book, The Temperature of Language, there is a story of a doctor who is taking care of patients. When addressing them, the doctor does not call them by saying, ‘patient’ or ‘sir’ to address the elderly. Rather, the doctor says, …
  • Thom Rainer

    Six Attitudes that Kill Evangelism in the Church

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    Even the Blades of Grass Have Wounds

    I am not a poet. I have a wish to write poetry but it is not easy to write poetry. Although I am not a poet, I am interested in poetry. It is because I envy poets’ hearts and eyes. Poets see, more precisely, what we cannot see, and describes what we do not see well.
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    Dive Into Missions

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