Dan Hames writes about the theological, historical, and biblical reasons he has changed his mind about the death of Jesus.
Sarah Bennington invites us to enjoy the generosity of God in creation and salvation – and to consider the implications for our own lives.
Dane Ortlund introduces us to the great New England theologian, Jonathan Edwards.
Michael Reeves preaches Luther's early sermon on Luke 18 which gets to the heart of his gospel discovery.
Dane Ortlund preaches Jonathan Edwards' sermon on 1 John 4:16: God is love.
Glen Scrivener consider mission, motivation, and the glory of God.
Simon Ponsonby explores evangelism: telling God's story in the gospel, and our own story as God has touched our own lives.
Mike Reeves looks at how to speak to our pluralist friends using a neglected resource found in the gospel, leading us to more effective mission.
Mike Reeves looks at the inner workings of the preacher's heart, helping us avoid the trap of technically correct preaching that misses divine revelation for the preacher.
Mike Reeves compares the Roman Catholic and evangelical understandings of God's grace – and shows how we can too easily get muddled.