• The Prodigal Father by R.C. Sproul Jr.

    When I served as editor in chief of Tabletalk magazine, I committed my share of gaffes. I received more than my share of sweet-natured but school-marmish notes about why this semicolon should have been a colon, or why further was …Read More

  • Living Stones by Frank Farrell

    The greatest news that ever broke upon the world, the news that was to change the whole life of humanity and shake down thrones and revolutionize kingdoms, the news which still today girdles the earth with everlasting hope and sends …Read More

  • God Loves a Cheerful Giver by James Harvey

    I love the movie Chariots of Fire. Now over twenty-five years old, the movie remains a compelling testimony of God blessing the faithful use of our gifts and talents. The film chronicles the life of Eric Liddell, a Scottish missionary …Read More

  • That the Scriptures Might Be Fulfilled by John Piper

    The glory of Jesus Christ shines more clearly when we see Him in His proper relation to the Old Testament. He has a magnificent relation to all that was written. It is not surprising that this is the case, because …Read More

  • Family Authority by Denise Sproul

    It has wisely been said, “He who defines the terms wins the debate.” For many years we have, as a nation, been engaged in a battle over defining the nature of the family. On one side are those who say …Read More

  • All Authority in Heaven and on Earth by Roland Barnes

    Who has the authority to command others? What gives someone the right to command someone else? This question can be raised with respect to every area of life: family life (parents), church life (pastors, elders), civil life (governors, rulers, and …Read More

  • Even Better by Patrick Lennox

    The world has no shortage of champions. Some have established legacies that none are expected to surpass or even follow. Their achievements seem to reach matchless heights, leaving all in a wake of awe and wonder. They simply dominate their …Read More

  • How Should I Feel? by Joe Thorn

    Human beings are emotional creatures. We love or hate, feel happy or sad, angry or joyful. And yet christians sometimes struggle with integrating emotion into their spiritual lives and end up falling victim to dangerous tendencies when it comes to …Read More

  • Thriving at College by Alex Chediak

    College represents a minefield of temptation for the Christian student. It is often the first time a young person raised in a godly home is under the direct, ongoing infl uence of both professors with secular agendas and classmates with …Read More

  • Daily Confession, Enduring Reform by Burk Parsons

    I have a friend who is a Roman Catholic. Not too long ago he went to “confession,” after which he told me, with tears welling up in his eyes, he felt “clean like a new born baby.” Confession is an …Read More

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