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(Article) He made you to work. And he cares about what you do with the half of your waking life called “vocation.” He wants you to rejoice in it. And he wants to be glorified in it.Read More
(Article) From seminary student to 2017 US Barista Champion, David Rampage shares his story of following God's call.Read More
The demand and reward of being a true disciple of Jesus is more than being a fan.Read More
Margaret Manning "God loves you and has a wonderful plan for your life" But how do you square a belief in the love of God with a series of life experiences that run counter to the expectations for a wonderful plan?
John Piper At 70, I am energized to dream great things, because this year Hillary turns 69, Bernie turns 75, and Donald turns 70. My rising energy has nothing to do with their policies or character. It has to do with the incredible fact that all of them want to spend their seventies doing the hardest job in the world.Read More
Marshall Segal The reality is that all of us can imagine something better for ourselves than our circumstances today. The greater reality is that, if you love and follow Jesus, God always writes a better story for you than you would write for yourself.Read More
Vance Christie Sometimes carrying out a particular ministry that the Lord would have us to fulfill requires not just weeks or months of effort. Sometimes it demands many years or even several decades of unrelenting, determined endeavor.Read More
Andrea Burke You have a great voice. You could've been something!" Gulp. That one goes down hard. I'm nearly 33 and for some reason, those four words seem to stick into my heart a little like gritty dirt and sour lemon...Here’s the problem: when I tried to become significant, my world became about me and my hungry ego.
Alex Chediak How many current (and incoming) students are making decisions today that will put them in even deeper debt? What is clear is that thousands upon thousands of students need help assessing the largest investment they’ve ever made. How should Christian students in particular think about their finances in this transitional and formative season of life?Read More
Wayne Grudem Last Wednesday I saw my family doctor with some puzzling symptoms, and he suspected Parkinson’s disease. He referred me to a neurologist, and on Friday, she confirmed that I definitely have Parkinson’s disease.Read More
John Mark Comer The sacred/secular divide is this idea that some things are sacred or spiritual, and they matter to God. But other things are secular or physical, and at least by implication, they don’t matter to God—at least, not all that much.
Steve Lawson If there is anything else a man can do other than preach, Martyn Lloyd-Jones maintained, he ought to do it. The pulpit is no place for him...Read More
John Piper What advice do you have for the daily schedule making to make the most of life for Christ?...Read More