Richard Sibbes explores Paul's conflict – longing to be with Jesus, and yet needing to be present with his people.
Tony Reinke outlines what he believes to be the heart of John Newton's pastoral care, theology, and letter writing.
B. B. Warfield teaches that Christian ministers must be both 'learned and religious' and explores the way in which students ought to approach their education, worship, and prayer.
John Hindley helps us to see the reality, depth and source of our sin problem – and its glorious solution in the gospel of Jesus.
Jeremy Walker picks out nine qualities to nurture as we speak about Christ to friends and family who don't yet believe.
In this excerpt from 'Suffering and Singing', John Hindley introduces us to the story and songs of the sons of Korah.
Dane Ortlund channels Jonathan Edwards to prove to us that being sanctified isn't joyless duty but beautiful transformation.
Emma Scrivener chats to Dan Hames about her book, 'A New Day', considering mental health, the Church, and the gospel.
Emma Scrivener explores how a local church can be a healing and healthy place for those who struggle – which is everybody present.
Sarah Bennington invites us to enjoy the generosity of God in creation and salvation – and to consider the implications for our own lives.