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  • Why it is Good to Give Thanks

    Daniel Henderson
    Why it is Good to Give Thanks God's good will for your life is to give thanks - and there are many reasons to do it. Let the fruit of your lips give thanks to His name today.
  • God Talks: The Bible is God's True and Lasting Word

    Bruce Ware
    God Talks: The Bible is God's True and Lasting Word Knowing that God is a talking God helps us understand better one of the most important and precious possessions we have in all of life--our Bible.
  • Nunc Super Tunc: Does History Matter?

    R. Scott Clark
    Nunc Super Tunc: Does History Matter? American Christians have a lot of virtues but historical mindedness isn’t one of them. As Americans we like to think that we’re the first to do most things but history demonstrates that to be false. We’re not the first Christians. We’re part of an ancient and widespread family.
  • A Taste of Mueller and His God

    A Taste of Mueller and His God What should we make of Mueller? Another clay pot who shows us the surpassing power that belongs to God and not to us.
  • The Good News

    R.C. Sproul Jr.
    The Good News I've got great news--I just saved a bundle on my car insurance. This pop-cultural punchline might just expose a real problem we have in our Christian sub-culture: we don't know what the good news is.
  • Experiencing the Passion and Power of Easter

    Martin Luther
    Experiencing the Passion and Power of Easter Read reformer Martin Luther's compelling meditation on the question of who really killed Christ.
  • Return of the King

    Tony Reinke
    Return of the King A meditation on Psalm 2.
  • Why the Angels Worshiped at Christmas

    Peter Beck
    Why the Angels Worshiped at Christmas Ever see a frightening angel in a nativity scene? Me neither. But biblically speaking, angels were frightful creatures... (Read more)
  • Glorifying God in our Christmas Shopping

    Tony Reinke
    Glorifying God in our Christmas Shopping The victory over worldliness cannot be won by conforming to a list of rules. The battle is won through the power of the gospel applied to our daily choices.
  • Advent as an Antidote to Christian Boredom

    Mike Pohlman
    Advent as an Antidote to Christian Boredom Advent can be an antidote to the sinful slip into apathy, helping us to be astounded at the glory of God.
  • The Greatest Gift of All

    Greg Laurie
    The Greatest Gift of All Life is about what happens beyond the grave. Life is about knowing the God who made you and who gave you the greatest gift you will ever receive.
  • Preaching: What's the Point?

    Tim Challies
    Preaching: What's the Point? Sermons that were so meaningful at the time and nearly forgotten only a short time later made me question if preaching is really so important in the first place.
  • Do Not Be Ashamed of the Gospel

    Dr. Michael Youseff
    Do Not Be Ashamed of the Gospel We are at all times challenged to stand firm in our faith in Jesus Christ. Our culture tries to intimidate Christians with accusations that we are backward or narrow-minded. How we react to these charges is an indication of our spiritual progress.
  • Only One: Making a Difference for Jesus Christ

    Greg Laurie
    Only One: Making a Difference for Jesus Christ One godly man or woman can make a dramatic difference, even in the darkest of circumstances.
  • In Honor of Tethered Preaching: John Calvin and the Entertaining Pastor

    John Piper
    In Honor of Tethered Preaching: John Calvin and the Entertaining Pastor By personal calling and Scripture, I am bound to the word of God and to the preaching of what the Bible says. There are few things that burden me more or refresh me more than saying what I see in the Bible. I love to see what God says in the Bible. I love to savor it. And I love to say it.
  • Must Every Sermon Focus on Jesus?

    Walter C. Kaiser, Jr.
    Must Every Sermon Focus on Jesus? How is the teacher or preacher to remain Christ-centered?
  • Should We Use Someone Else's Sermon?

    Preaching.com
    Should We Use Someone Else's Sermon? The issue of homiletical plagiarism isn't a new concern.
  • Preaching Through Their Defenses: An Interview with John Ortberg

    Michael Duduit
    Preaching Through Their Defenses: An Interview with John Ortberg "I will try any vehicles I can think of to get folk's attention... I try to find ways visually, try to find stories, try to have people tell stories, playing out the contrast."
  • Miley Cyrus and the Disappearance of Childhood

    Michael Milton
    Miley Cyrus and the Disappearance of Childhood Sometimes I think the late Neil Postman is the prophet for out time. After reading about the Miley Cyrus photo fiasco, I am convinced of this. If you have a pre-teen daughter, you know that Miley is the star of "Hannah Montana," the hugely popular Disney television series. This 15-year-old is the singing-acting-dancing daughter of country music singer Billy Ray Cyrus. "Hannah Montana" and Disney have crafted the image of this young lady as a safe role model for little girls.
  • Too Good to be True

    Jimmy Gentry
    Too Good to be True Sometimes the resurrection seems to good to be true, but this Easter sermon challenges us to be the living proof. The world needs an appearance of Jesus and a word from Him. Will it come from you and me?