• Solomon’s Sin and Our Sin

    The history of the world, and of the church, gives us story after story where the power of loving desire has led many to their ruin. God is love. That is why human love is such a powerful (and dangerous) thing: it easily becomes a false substitute for God’s love. If our hearts are not fixed on our Lord, love for others will become all consuming, and as with Solomon, will easily lead our hearts away from God so that ... Read More January 24, 2015 at 05:00 AM | from Ben Dunson

  • Election: Unconditional, Eternal, and Loving

    To understand election is to see it as the act of a sovereign, gracious, eternally loving God. It is a demonstration of His desire to be in a faithful covenantal relationship with a people. Though knowing these people to be disobedient, sinful, and wayward, He chooses to set His affection on them so as to show and exalt His love and mercy throughout eternity. Read More January 23, 2015 at 05:00 AM | from Anthony Carter

  • $5 Friday: Church History, the Gospel, & Preaching

    It’s time for our weekly $5 Friday sale. This week’s resources include such topics as church history, the gospel, preaching,The Pilgrim’s Progress, apologetics, faithfulness, and more. Read More January 23, 2015 at 12:00 AM | from Nathan W. Bingham

  • Preach It

    Here’s an excerpt from Preach It, Kevin Gardner’s contribution to the January issue of Tabletalk: Read More January 22, 2015 at 05:00 AM | from Nathan W. Bingham

  • Stories of God’s Grace: Meet John

    The Lord is at work redeeming and sanctifying a people for Himself—even in the midst of one of our culture’s darkest places. We are grateful for the opportunity to share this story of God’s grace with you. Meet John. Read More January 22, 2015 at 12:00 AM | from Nathan W. Bingham

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