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
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    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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  • Thom Rainer

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  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

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    Seven Habits of Long-Tenured Pastors

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  • Joshua Choon Min Kang

    The Deep-Rooted Life Cultivated Through Seasons of Wavering

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  • Thom Rainer

    Ten Common Sentiments Pastors Wish They Could Express

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    The Hope of Resurrection

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  • Bryan Kim

    Missing the Warmth

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    The Way of the Cross is the Way of Brokenness

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