C. H. Spurgeon's short meditation on Hebrews 12:2 is perhaps one of the best things he ever wrote. He considers feelings, faith, repentance, joy, and hope – and urges us to trust in Christ alone.
Dane Ortlund looks at Jonathan Edwards' view of Christian living – through the lens of 'calm'.
Mike Reeves delves into Jonathan Edwards for insight about what it means that God is holy and that we are called to holiness.
Michael Spencer considers the rawness and beauty of the gospel, considering the weakness of our sinful flesh and the grace of God in Christ.
Dane Ortlund uncovers a neglected theme in the theology of Jonathan Edwards: the holy, soul-calm available to Christians in the gospel and love of God.
Dan Hames looks at the common struggle to read the Bible and asks what needs to change in order to win.
Melvin Tinker explores the doctrine of providence, engaging along the way with Open Theism, the doctrine of the Trinity, and the idea of 'risk'.
Mike Reeves' short film shows that, amid confusion and fear, Christians desperately need to hear more of Jesus.
Mike Reeves tells the story of George Whitefield who discovered that transformation happens from the inside out.
Mike Reeves asks whether heaven or eternal life or something else is the great offer of the gospel.