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  • Love One Another by Kaki Cobb

    My husband and I recently celebrated our second wedding anniversary. In the five years that I have known him we have learned, and will continue to learn, a great deal about love. My husband takes the meaning of love so …Read More

  • Marriage to Glorify God by John Cobb

    The sanctity of marriage is being threatened, and all people likely suspect it. Everyone knows divorce rates are shamefully high, and same-sex unions are being legalized on a global scale. To help protect marriage, some are fighting in civil courts, …Read More

  • The Most Solemn Mandate by R.C. Sproul

    I don’t know how many times I’ve heard parents who are members of churches say to me: I intentionally never discuss theology or religion with my children, because I want them to believe whatever they come to believe honestly and …Read More

  • Nurture and Admonition by Greg Bailey

    The young couple stood before our congregation that Sunday morning holding a tiny baby recently adopted into their family. They had come to have the sign of water baptism applied to him, the sign of their faith in God’s promise …Read More

  • Old-Fashioned Accountability by Burk Parsons

    I have a good friend who thinks I am too old-fashioned. Through all the years we’ve known each other, he has never ceased to remind me of his observation. And while I certainly try to maintain an age-appropriate outlook on …Read More

  • One Flesh by Jay Adams

    Liberals have a way of renaming things in order to make them acceptable. When former-President Clinton committed adultery he called it a “mistake.” Of course, it was sin. Everyone knows that the words “choice” and “fetus” have been used to …Read More

  • The Ordinary Christian Family by Tedd Tripp

    One of my adult sons recently commented to me that the traditional family is toast. I understand what he meant. The ordinary Christian family is nearly extinct. Contemporary culture is redefining family—gay marriage, a range of creative living arrangements, and …Read More

  • The Orthodoxy of Community by Burk Parsons

    The love language of all marriages is self-denial. When both husband and wife are consumed not with their own immediate happiness but with the happiness of one another, they will enjoy a happy marriage. The same is true for enduring …Read More

  • Praying for Pastors’ Kids by Barnabas Piper

    Why exactly is it that pastors’ kids (PKs) need prayer? What makes them so special? Actually, nothing. They are just like all their peers—the same weaknesses, the same proclivity to sin, and made in the image of God, too. All …Read More

  • The Problem of Delaying Marriage by Albert Mohler

    Adulthood is not just a function of age—it is an achievement. Throughout human history, young people have aspired to achieve adulthood and have worked hard to get there. The three nearly universal marks of adulthood in human societies include marriage, …Read More

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