In this episode of TGC Q&A, Tim Challies and Tony Merida discuss the question, “Should I forgive those who are unrepentant?” They address: Defining forgiveness (:00) Becoming a peacemaker (1:21) The forgiveness of God (3:42) Acknowledging consequences (5:02) Explore more
On My Shelf helps you get to know various writers through a behind-the-scenes glimpse into their lives as readers. I asked Peter Leithart—president of the Theopolis Institute, author of Baptism: A Guide to Life from Death, and many others—about what’s
A friend of mine has felt chronic high-level pain every single day for the last decade. Her tears flow. Some are from pain, sure. Most are deeper: tears over the loss of her God-given ministry and thus confusion . .
Mindy Belz taught a workshop during the The Gospel Coalition 2018 Women’s Conference titled “The Wilderness Experiences: How God’s Suffering People in Faraway Lands Can Teach Us in the West.” Recounting her experiences as a journalist and the deep oppression
What just happened? In his first news conference of his administration, President Joe Biden was asked to weigh in on recent discussions about the Senate filibuster. He says he favors reinstating the talking filibuster. “If we have to, if there’s
Addressing the gap between theology and practice in the church is the theme of countless sermons, books, blog posts, and tweets. This effort often falls into a dichotomy between overthinking theological concerns or overwhelming Christians with lists of imperatives to
Earlier this week, the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, and the European Union announced sanctions against Chinese officials involved in human rights abuses against Uyghur Muslims. As Axios notes, “It’s a coordinated Western effort to hold Beijing accountable for
In this episode of TGC Q&A, Jared Wilson and Afshin Ziafat discuss the question, “If hell is real, how do Christians justify anything except evangelism?” They address: Urgency and necessity (:00) Making disciples (2:08) Moral mandates to multi-faceted ministry (2:55)
Boba Havrilová z košického sboru Církve bratské pracuje jedenáct let s lidmi v romské osadě na Spiši. Posledních šest let se práce, vedená pod sborem Spišská Nová Ves s kazatelem Martinem Kačurem stala pro Bobu plnohodnotným zaměstnáním. Nepracuje pouze s mládeží. V osadě je několik dospělých
Is your church partisan or silent? The two most common models for how churches engage the political realm—partisanship or silence—present an impossible dichotomy. Partisan churches are comfortable associating with one political party. They advance Christian ends with extrabiblical, and sometimes unbiblical, methods.