Thomas Chalmers does heart surgery on us as he deals with our affections and deep desires, drawing us to love the Lord.
Martin Luther's utterly brilliant exposition of the first commandment from his Large Catechism.
Brian Rosner shows how misguided worship is part of the human problem, and how the gospel saves us from it.
Phil Hill helps us to think through the crucial elements of Christian ministry: leadership, pastoral care, and public worship.
Horatius Bonar's 1875 book draws on the book of Hebrews and looks at the cross as the end of humanity's separation from God.
Gregory of Nyssa gives a brief exhortation on the Christian faith in the face of idolatry and heresy.
John Newton gives advice about family worship in a letter to a friend.
Mike Reeves teaches worship leaders and pastors on the importance of preparing people to live, suffer, and die in the love of Christ.
Nathan Fellingham and David Fellingham help us think about music, singing, worship, and the Trinity.
Dan Hames reads Luther's teaching on the First Commandment from his Large Catechism in the first of five instalments.