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The Gospel Coalition Podcast features keynote and breakout sessions from our national, regional, and women's conferences. We exist to equip the next generation of believers, pastors, and church leaders to shape life and ministry around the gospel.

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Jackie Hill Perry on 'Gay Girl, Good God'

Jackie Hill Perry delivered a message during a breakout session at The Gospel Coalition’s 2019 National Conference titled “Gay Girl, Good God: The Story of Who I Was and Who God Has Always Been” based on her book by the same name. In it, she addresses same-sex attraction through her own story couched within the larger story of God. She encourages listeners to trust that that the simplicity of the gospel message—even when it seems to bear no fruit—can and does lead people out of sin and into a life that glorifies God. She calls the church to think holistically and frame the work of loving and serving same-sex attracted people in the fullness of the gospel. Simply love those in need of the gospel and help them understand it in its simplest form—Jesus loves you and died for your sins.      

Jul 11, 2020
How to Share the Gospel for All to Hear

Sam Chan delivered a message during a breakout session at The Gospel Coalition’s 2019 National Conference titled “How to Tell Your Friends About Jesus Without Becoming That Guy.” He taught that many of the things that we believe will help to convince others of the truth of the gospel—sovereignty of God aside—such as facts, evidence, and data, are actually the least powerful factors in doing so. Far more powerful are community and experiences, which means that the most effective methodologies for helping others to hear and understand the gospel include experiences that offer a merging of Christian and non-Christian friends and the opportunity to listen and learn from one another. From these things, fueled by prayer, opportunities for gospel conversations will inevitably arise.

Jul 05, 2020
Sexual Sanctification Is Not the Absence of Temptation

"Change is not the absence of temptations but the raw spiritual ability to be holy even in the midst of temptations."

Christopher Yuan delivered a message during a breakout session at The Gospel Coalition’s 2019 National Conference titled “Holy Sexuality: Sex, Desire, and Relationships Shaped by God’s Grand Story.” Yuan taught that sexual identity has become an idol within our culture, and sexual freedom has become the religion of the land as a result of our hearts being set in defiance against God’s perfect design. Though sanctification is critical activity for every believer, he taught, the Christian life constitutes far more than the avoidance of sinful behavior. It begins with answering our ontological questions in terms of the Imago Dei and developing a “theological anthropology”—recognizing that our identity is not defined by our sin, but by Christ.

Jun 27, 2020
Want to Read Great Literature? Start Here

Karen Swallow Prior spoke at The Gospel Coalition’s 2019 National Conference in a breakout session called, “Why, How, and What to Read.” The relationship between God and his people, she posited, has always focused on the centrality of the Word with a specific emphasis on written words. In fact, it may be said that reading is a supernatural gift from God—one that can be accepted, rejected, or lost. It is therefore incumbent upon all believers to cultivate the ability to read the right things, in the right ways, in order to steward the wonderful gift of reading that both enriches our lives and deepens our relationship with the Word who took on flesh and dwelt among us.

Jun 20, 2020
Sovereignty in the Midst of Suffering

Harold Kim delivered a message in a breakout session titled “Bittersweet Sovereignty in Joseph’s Story and Ours” at The Gospel Coalition’s 2018 West Coast Conference. From Genesis chapters 37 and 50, Kim addressed three repeating themes in the life of Joseph: sins, sovereignty, and salvation. Driven by sinful, generational family dysfunction, Joseph’s life spiraled into chaos, yet God was sovereign over and working through it all. In the same way, we find hope in the promise that God causes all things—even the horrendous, atrocious dysfunction that often befalls us because of our own sin—to work together for our good.

Jun 13, 2020
Trip Lee on the Paradox of Being Human

Trip Lee led a breakout session at The Gospel Coalition’s 2019 National Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana titled "Incredibly Normal: The Shocking Truth About Who You Really Are." He addressed the identity of believers and what it means to be a Christian on a planet filled with more than seven billion other humans. 

The reality is that God made us in his image for his own purposes, knows each of us intimately, and loves us in a way that only he can, making us unique in the world. We are also incredibly normal—unexceptional—when compared to the greatness and glory of God. Therefore, our identity must be rooted in Christ, not in ourselves, lest we fall to either side and either become entitled or feel inferior. Both are distortions and keep us from focusing on who God made us to be.      

Jun 05, 2020
Kingdom Impact Through the Arts

Todd Goranson and Steve Rooks spoke during a breakout session titled “Evangelism in the Arts” at The Gospel Coalition’s 2019 National Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana. In this message, they addressed the efficacy of arts as a tool for evangelism, arguing that art has its own way of conveying and portraying the beauty and the complexity of God's creation. It also provides a means for reaching communities and individuals who might not be inclined to walk into a church on Sunday morning or actively seek knowledge or relationship with Christ with the message of the gospel. The arts are a vehicle through which the gospel can effectively impact the culture for the sake of Jesus Christ.

May 29, 2020
Christian Formation According to Edwards

Kyle Strobel led a breakout session at The Gospel Coalition’s 2018 West Coast Conference in Fullerton, California, titled Jonathan Edwards, Love, and the Formation of the Christian. He discussed Edward’s understanding of love, Christian formation, theology, and spirituality, arguing that we need to develop a robust spiritual theology to help the church navigate lived existence—actual lived life with God in the Spirit. 

As did Jonathan Edwards, Strobel worked to inextricably tie theology and praxis and discourage the approach that makes the two disparate disciplines. The practice of contemplation about God, then, becomes the beatific motivator for sharing in the life of God.   

May 22, 2020
The Good News of Romans 8

“No one can thwart God's good plans for us. No one can ultimately turn God's good plans for us against us.”

Trillia Newbell delivered a message in a breakout session as part of The Gospel Coalition’s 2019 National Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana, entitled If God Is for Us. From Romans 8:31-39, Newbell encouraged attendees to trust that the verdict has been determined for believers in Christ, and it is in our favor! By reiterating a series of rhetorical questions Paul laid out in Romans 8, Newbell emphasized the rightful conclusion that if God is for us, no one can ever prevail against us, no matter the circumstance.

“More than conquerors” is not a silly slogan to get you through your morning workout; it is a world-changing truth that he who loved us has given us the victory and nothing will ever thwart it! That is news too amazing to ignore or to keep to ourselves.


This episode of The Gospel Coalition podcast is sponsored by The Good Book Company, publisher of Need to Know, a book by Gary Millar. This practical book will give new Christians the essentials—what you really need to know if you’re going to follow Jesus. To learn more, visit

May 15, 2020
Opening Your Bible? Turn on Your Imagination

Sandra McCracken and Russ Ramsey led a breakout session as part of The Gospel Coalition’s 2019 National Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana, entitled Reading Scripture with an Engaged Imagination. The songwriter and author, respectively, discussed the role the imagination plays in reading, understanding, and conveying the content of Scripture. 

Even for individuals with a high view of Scripture, who believe the Bible is authoritative and reliable, Ramsey and McCracken argue that reading it well requires a fully engaged imagination—not because it is lacking in any way, but because that’s what our humanity demands. They discussed how, in prose and songwriting, they mine the detail of Scripture and use their imaginations to faithfully flesh out its context and significance. In doing so, they encourage others to engage Scripture in the same manner no matter their specific vocations.


This episode of The Gospel Coalition podcast is sponsored by The Good Book Company, publisher of 'Need to Know', a book by Gary Millar. This practical book will give new Christians the essentials—what you really need to know if you’re going to follow Jesus. To learn more, visit

May 08, 2020
Kevin DeYoung on Why Grace Is Worth Defining and Defending

As part of The Gospel Coalition’s 2019 National Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana, Kevin DeYoung led a breakout session entitled Grace Defined and Defended: The Continuing Relevance of the Canons of Dort 400 Years Later. In this session, DeYoung argued for theological precision—the wise measurement of the words used to describe God’s interaction with his people—via a close look at why and how the Canons of Dort came to be. When it comes to the doctrines of our faith, we ought to hunger for the specifics because they matter deeply.

May 01, 2020
Hope for Exhausted Mothers

Aimee Joseph leads a workshop session at the 2018 TGC Women’s Conference on the necessity of the grace of Christ in motherhood. Emphasizing the lack of a “magic bullet,” Joseph encourages mothers from Hebrews 12:12 not to grow weary in their work but to allow God to train and strengthen them. It is Christ who keeps you, and in doing so keeps you from falling into the trap of either simply enduring or enthroning your children.

Apr 24, 2020
Shai Linne on the Gospel and Ethnic Unity

Division has plagued the church around this topic, which stands in stark contrast to Jesus’s prayer for unity in John 17. Though there have lately been helpful conversations around this topic, certainly much remains to be done. Linne offers three biblical directives for engaging in these needed discussions. This message was originally given at The Gospel Coalition’s 2019 National Conference in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Apr 17, 2020
Alistair Begg on Pressing the Message Home
Alistair Begg addresses the need for pastors to continually “press the gospel message home.” From 2 Timothy 4:1-9, he charges them to focus on the ministry of the Word in a climate marked by moral and doctrinal confusion.
Apr 03, 2020
H. B. Charles on Jesus’s Longest Conversation
Jesus is the meeting place of time and eternity. He is the intersection between heaven and earth. When we, like the woman at the well, were in our sin and could not reach up, God reached down to us.
Mar 27, 2020
Doing Apologetics Like Augustine Did
A holistic, Augustinian apologetic gives us the resources to offer critiques of other world views and secular idols—paving a path to an eternal love that the human heart has always yearned for.
Mar 20, 2020
Michael Horton on the Call to Suffering Witness
In Christ, we are chosen, saved, and kept by the gospel. Therefore, we should not be ashamed of it, even as suffering comes.
Mar 13, 2020
Clinging to God in Grief
Danielle Anderson, Nancy Guthrie, and Vaneetha Rendall Risner share their experiences with grief, and the grace they’ve discovered along the way.
Mar 06, 2020
3 Facets of Fruitfulness God Desires
In this breakout session, Tom Nelson explores a robust theological bridge from the scriptural text to wise economic thought.
Feb 28, 2020
Trip Lee on Faith and Healing
Trip Lee encourages Christians to be faithful in their efforts at evangelism and gospel proclamation.
Feb 21, 2020
6 Ways to Watch Your Heart in Ministry
In this workshop, Ellen Dykas addresses both the dangers and also the joys of being poured out into the lives of others, with a focus on Christ-centered practical wisdom for our own hearts.
Feb 14, 2020
Jonah and the Mystery of Mercy
When we understand the mercy of God, it will always take us in directions we would rather not go, toward people we would rather not care about, and ultimately into the deepest counsels of God.
Feb 07, 2020
How to Witness at Work
As believers called to make disciples of all nations, how do we carry out the Great Commission in our workplaces? What kinds of sensitivities and clarity are biblical and effective? What is the role of the church? How can we shine the light of the gospel in our various places of work—whether an office, a kitchen, an artist’s studio, or a classroom?
Jan 31, 2020
John Piper on Racial Unity and the Hope of Glory
We're done with the old self, and we have put on a new nature which bears an ever-clearer insignia of our creator, Jesus Christ.
Jan 24, 2020
Why Pluralists Can't Keep the Greatest Commandment
We can have confidence in God's fore-bearing continuance with us, as we love Him with all our heart, soul, and strength.
Jan 15, 2020
Breaking Down the Top Stories of 2019
Matt Smethurst interviews Collin Hansen about what happened in 2019
Dec 31, 2019
Our Divided Cultural Moment
A talk by Jonathan Leeman
Dec 20, 2019
What Does Google Have to Do with the Gospel?
A conversation with Collin Hansen and Brett McCracken
Dec 17, 2019
Good News Homes in a Bad News World
Dec 13, 2019
How to Become a Tech-Wise Family
Collin Hansen interviews Andy Crouch about putting technology in its proper place
Dec 10, 2019
What Does God Think of Women?
A talk by Kathleen Nielson on Women, God, and Hard Questions
Dec 06, 2019
Of Reviewing Many Books There Is No End
Collin Hansen interviews Ivan Mesa about books
Dec 03, 2019
What God Has Joined Together, Gospel-Centered Churches Don’t Separate
Collin Hansen interviews Kevin DeYoung
Nov 26, 2019
Trevin Wax on Signs of Hope for the Next Generation
A talk by Trevin Wax
Nov 22, 2019
Don’t Pit Eternal Good Against Common Good
Collin Hansen interviews Stephen Um
Nov 19, 2019
Doing Urban Ministry in an Unjust World
A conversation on Urban Discipleship with KB and Ameen Hudson
Nov 15, 2019
Thank God It’s Monday
Collin Hansen interviews Tom Nelson
Nov 12, 2019
Bumping Our Heads Against a Secular Ceiling
A conversation with Mike Cosper and Alan Noble
Nov 08, 2019
Why Churches Don’t Want to Be Diverse
Collin Hansen interviews Vermon Pierre
Nov 05, 2019
The High Stakes of Religious Liberty
A workshop with Kristen Waggoner of Alliance Defending Freedom
Nov 01, 2019
How Your Church Can Grow in Evangelistic Effectiveness
Collin Hansen interviews Erik Raymond
Oct 29, 2019
Evangelizing Youth in a Selfie Age
A panel with Jackie Hill Perry, Cameron Cole, Glen Scrivener, and Stephen Um
Oct 25, 2019
The Difference Between Attractional and Gospel-Centered Churches
Collin Hansen interviews Jared Wilson
Oct 22, 2019
Studying Scripture with Unbelievers Is Easier Than You Think
Becky Pippert on how to lead a seeker study
Oct 18, 2019
How the Gospel Confronts the Secular—and the Religious
Collin Hansen interviews Phil Ryken
Oct 15, 2019
Help Your Unbelieving Friends Doubt Their Doubts
A panel with Sam Allberry, Craig Ellis, Bethany Jenkins, and Stephen Um
Oct 11, 2019
Where the Gospel Meets Pornography
A collaboration with Love Thy Neighborhood
Oct 08, 2019
Discover the Grace of Lament
A talk by Mark Vroegop
Oct 04, 2019
Why Matt Chandler Chose to Suffer Publicly
Oct 01, 2019
Parents Are Works in Progress
Paul Tripp on Parenting and Grace
Sep 27, 2019
Why Cultural Context Is Key
Collin Hansen interviews Darryl Williamson on contextualization
Sep 24, 2019
Small Town, Big God
A panel discussion with Don Carson, Collin Hansen, Donnie Griggs, Jeff Robinson, Stephen Witmer
Sep 20, 2019
David Platt Insists Something Needs to Change
In this podcast, Collin Hansen interviews David Platt about a trip he took to the Himalayas, where physical and spiritual needs collided, and his eyes were opened to the urgency of reaching the unreached.
Sep 17, 2019
The Way to Have a Good Fight
Danielle Sallade on Biblical Principles for Resolving Conflict
Sep 13, 2019
Learn to Read Both Across and Along Your Bible
Collin Hansen interviews Julius Kim
Sep 10, 2019
What’s More Exciting Than Heresy?
Sep 06, 2019
Why You Need a Theological Vision for Ministry
A conversation with Collin Hansen and Don Carson
Sep 03, 2019
Shepherding Your Church to Obey the Great Commission
A talk by David Platt
Aug 30, 2019
Costi Hinn Exposes the Most Abusive Kind of False Teaching Today
An interview with Collin Hansen
Aug 27, 2019
Al Mohler on Why It Takes a Church to Raise a Christian
Al Mohler on Parenting in a Turbulent Time
Aug 23, 2019
Why Is Christian Art So Often Bad?
Brett McCracken, Ryan Lister, and Thomas Terry discuss
Aug 20, 2019
Spreading the Gospel When You Lack Power and Influence
A panel with Elliot Clark, Jason Cook, Jen Pollock Michel, and Russell Moore
Aug 16, 2019
Should Christians Care About Physical Fitness?
Erik Thoennes and Jeremy Treat
Aug 13, 2019
Jen Wilkin on Reclaiming Sunday School for a New Generation
Jen Wilkin on Reclaiming Christian Education in the Local Church
Aug 09, 2019
What Evangelistic Methods Are Most Effective Today?
Joshua Ryan Butler and Thomas Terry
Aug 06, 2019
Franklin, Whitefield, and the Future of Christian Higher Education
A talk by Thomas Kidd
Aug 02, 2019
What Sermons Changed John Piper’s and H. B. Charles’s Lives?
A conversation with H. B. Charles and John Piper
Jul 30, 2019
Learning from Jesus on Justice
A panel discussion with Jason Cook, Kevin DeYoung, Phillip Holmes, and Darryl Williamson
Jul 26, 2019
How to Have a Healthy Fear of God
A discussion with Erik Thoennes and Jeremy Treat
Jul 23, 2019
Ed Welch on Counseling Evangelistically
A talk by Ed Welch
Jul 19, 2019
Don’t Reduce Your Sheep to Their Usefulness
A conversation with church planters John Onwuchekwa, Joe Rigney, and Kempton Turner
Jul 16, 2019
Jen Wilkin on Training a Child in the Way He Should Speak
Jen Wilkin on Forming Future Evangelists
Jul 12, 2019
Is Marijuana Ever Okay for Christians?
Joshua Ryan Butler and Thomas Terry
Jul 09, 2019
Carson and Duncan on Moving from Exegesis to Exposition
A workshop with Don Carson and Ligon Duncan
Jul 05, 2019
Why Evangelicals Forgot God
Collin Hansen interviews Mark Galli
Jul 02, 2019
How to Encourage the Ministry of Women in Your Church
A panel with Betsy Childs Howard, Melissa Kruger, Taylor Turkington, and Quina Aragon
Jun 28, 2019
The Strengths Millennials Bring to Your Church
Jon Nielson, Cameron Cole, and Kori Porter
Jun 25, 2019
The Unstoppable, Global Gospel
A talk by Tim Keesee
Jun 21, 2019
A Game Plan for Discipling Men in the Church
A discussion with Jonathan Leeman, John Onwuchekwa, and Juan Sánchez
Jun 18, 2019
Mika Edmondson on Conversing across the Divide
A talk by Mika Edmondson
Jun 14, 2019
I Never Understood Burnout or Depression—Until It Happened to Me
In this podcast, Shona Murray talks about her unexpected experience with severe burnout and depression and offers advice about how to cope with a break down.
Jun 11, 2019
Discipleship ≠ Following Christ Your Way
A talk by Sam Allberry
Jun 07, 2019
Piper and Charles on Scriptures They Turn to When Discouraged
John Piper and H. B. Charles
Jun 04, 2019
4 Things Christians Must Reclaim
A talk by Rebecca McLaughlin
May 31, 2019
How Is Brokenness Different from Sin?
Jeremy Treat and Erik Thoennes
May 28, 2019
Meet the Lawyer Behind Alabama’s Abortion Ban
Collin Hansen interviews Eric Johnston
May 24, 2019
How Do You Know When You’ve Met ‘The One’?
A discussion with Jen Wilkin, Jackie Hill Perry, Jen Pollock Michel
May 21, 2019
Loving Jesus in a Secular Age
May 17, 2019
When #ChurchToo Hits Close to Home
Rosaria Butterfield, Melissa Kruger, and Trillia Newbell
May 14, 2019
A Model for Missions in a Brave New World
Mack Stiles on the need for gospel-centered churches at the heart of missions
May 10, 2019
Don Carson and Mike Kruger on Persistent Myths About the New Testament
A discussion on false claims about the Bible
May 07, 2019
Ligon Duncan on Evangelizing through Catechesis
May 03, 2019
David Brooks on His Journey as a Wandering Jew and Confused Christian
Collin Hansen interviews David Brooks
Apr 29, 2019
Suffering: God’s Workroom of Grace
Paul Tripp on God's Work in Trials
Apr 26, 2019
How You Can Encourage Adoptive Parents
A discussion with Rosaria Butterfield, Tony Merida, and Dennae Pierre
Apr 23, 2019
How to Know When to Say No
A conversation with Jen Wilkin, Jen Pollock Michel, and Jackie Hill Perry
Apr 16, 2019
Is God Anti-Gay?
A talk by Sam Allberry
Apr 12, 2019
Jen Wilkin on Biblical Literacy for Everyone
Collin Hansen interviews Jen Wilkin
Apr 09, 2019
Gloria Furman on Eternal Outlook for Everyday Life
A talk by Gloria Furman
Apr 05, 2019
The Beautiful Opportunity of Urban Church Ministry
A panel with Kris Brosett, Anthony Kidd, and Bobby Scott
Mar 29, 2019
How God Found Christopher Yuan
Collin Hansen interviews Christopher Yuan
Mar 26, 2019
How to Live Your Faith at Work
A talk by Justin Buzzard
Mar 22, 2019
What We Need to Confront About Christianity
Collin Hansen interviews Rebecca McLaughlin
Mar 19, 2019
Parenting for Eternity amid 21st-Century Challenges
A workshop with Erik and Donna Thoennes
Mar 15, 2019
No, the Church Didn’t Create the Bible
A discussion with Don Carson and Mike Kruger
Mar 12, 2019
Snapshots of Saints Who Have Endured
Mar 08, 2019
Help! I’m Not Ready to Share My Faith
Matt Smethurst, Rebecca McLaughlin, and Don Carson discuss
Mar 05, 2019
Don’t Pit Atonement against Kingdom
A talk by Jeremy Treat
Mar 01, 2019
Sam Allberry on Myths About Singleness
Collin Hansen interviews Sam Allberry
Feb 26, 2019
What Is Discernment and How Do I Get Some?
Feb 22, 2019
How Should Pastors Use Social Media?
A discussion with Russell Moore, Trevin Wax, and Scott Sauls
Feb 19, 2019
Ray Ortlund on Finishing Well in Ministry
A talk by Ray Ortlund
Feb 15, 2019
The Most Significant Lessons We’ve Learned as Parents
A conversation with Michael and Melissa Kruger
Feb 12, 2019
We Must Love the Families of Children in Need
A panel with Rosaria Butterfield, Regina Robinson, Dennae Pierre, and Sandra Hardy
Feb 08, 2019
When Should I Leave a Church?
A discussion with Sam Allberry, Juan Sánchez, and Afshin Ziafat
Feb 05, 2019
Watch Your Doctrine
A panel with Kevin DeYoung, Ligon Duncan, Bobby Scott, and Stephen Um
Feb 01, 2019
The Best Arguments for and against the Gospels
Collin Hansen interviews Peter J. Williams
Jan 29, 2019
How to Challenge the Consumer Culture of Your Church
A talk by Brett McCracken
Jan 25, 2019
Practices to Anchor Your Identity in Christ
A discussion with Trillia Newbell, Jen Pollock Michel, and Jen Wilkin
Jan 22, 2019
Jackie Hill Perry on Gospel Diversity for the Next Generation
A Talk from MLK50
Jan 18, 2019
What’s (Not) Essential to Complementarianism?
Kevin DeYoung, Danny Akin, and Darryl Williamson discuss
Jan 15, 2019
Is the Church Where Creativity Goes to Die?
A talk by Ryan Lister and Thomas Terry
Jan 11, 2019
The Biggest Misconceptions About Evangelism
A discussion with Gloria Furman, Becky Pippert, and Shar Walker
Jan 08, 2019
Pursuing Faithfulness in an Age of Anxiety
Trevin Wax on meeting our cultural moment without fear
Jan 04, 2019
Carson: Can We Be Sure of Our Interpretation?
A Talk on Certainty and Knowledge
Dec 28, 2018
Searching for the Story of Home
Jen Pollock Michel on the gospel story of home
Dec 21, 2018
Carson: We Need Jesus, So We Need the Old Testament
Collin Hansen interviews Don Carson
Dec 18, 2018
How to Communicate the Beauty of Christian Sexual Ethics
Joshua Ryan Butler on the Beauty of God's Sexual Ethic
Dec 14, 2018
Should Christians Follow Their Heart?
A Discussion with Rosaria Butterfield, Melissa Kruger, and Trillia Newbell
Dec 11, 2018
How the Trinity Should—and Shouldn’t—Shape Your Church
A workshop by Fred Sanders
Dec 07, 2018
Tim Keller on Nationalism, Race, and What Jonah Misunderstood About Grace
Maina Mwaura interviews Tim Keller
Dec 04, 2018
How to Endure Suffering in Ministry
A panel with Kevin DeYoung, Collin Hansen, Ray Ortland and Juan Sánchez
Nov 30, 2018
Not Growing Younger? Grow Newer
Abigail Dodds on Aging as a Child of God
Nov 27, 2018
When Should We Partner with Churches That Don’t Share Our Beliefs?
Roundtable Discussion with Ryan Kelly, Julius Kim, and Darryl Williamson
Nov 20, 2018
Navigating Racial Tension as American Christians
A panel with Christina Edmondson, Justin Giboney, Collin Hansen, Juan Sanchez, and Benjamin Watson
Nov 16, 2018
Money Is Not the Root of All Evil
A Roundtable Discussion with David Platt, Phillip Holmes, and Carl Ellis
Nov 13, 2018
Your Teenager Needs Discipleship
A conversation with Melissa Kruger and Jen Wilkin
Nov 09, 2018
How to Resolve Conflict and Preserve Unity in Your Church
Collin Hansen talks with Curtis Heffelfinger about making peace in the church
Nov 06, 2018
Extraordinary Grace through Ordinary Means
Nov 02, 2018
Why Churches Should Pursue Diverse Leadership
A Roundtable Discussion with Kevin DeYoung, Darryl Williamson, and Danny Akin
Oct 30, 2018
Sing the Psalms
Keith Getty interviews Tim Keller
Oct 26, 2018
Is It OK to Stay in a Job Just for a Paycheck?
Ryan Kelly, Julius Kim, and Darryl Williamson discuss
Oct 23, 2018
America’s First African Theologians
A workshop by K. A. Ellis
Oct 19, 2018
Let’s Be Both Conservative and Radical
Oct 16, 2018
Practicing the Principles of Scripture in the Home
Oct 12, 2018
How the Cross Reshapes the Home
Collin Hansen interviews Russell Moore
Oct 09, 2018
Talk About Jesus without Sounding Religious
Oct 05, 2018
With Great Power Comes Great . . . Temptation
A roundtable discussion with Vermon Pierre, Russell Moore, and Sam Allberry
Oct 02, 2018
The Extraordinary Life of Helen Roseveare
A biographical talk by Betsy Childs Howard
Sep 28, 2018
Saints Are Needed in Every Sphere
A roundtable discussion with David Platt, Phillip Holmes, and Carl Ellis
Sep 25, 2018
7 Ways to Navigate a Sexually Shifting Culture
Sam Allberry on costly discipleship in a rapidly changing culture
Sep 21, 2018
What’s Missing in Discipleship Today
A roundtable discussion with Tim Keller, Don Carson, and Stephen Um
Sep 18, 2018
12 Priorities for Parents in the Digital Age
Tony Reinke gives practical advice for parenting digital natives
Sep 14, 2018
Jonathan Haidt on the Coddling of the American Mind
Collin Hansen interviews social psychologist Jonathan Haidt
Sep 11, 2018
The Dynamic Ministry of Women in Early Christianity
A talk by Michael Kruger
Sep 07, 2018
Find the Good Life through Great Books
Collin Hansen interviews Karen Swallow Prior
Sep 04, 2018
God Is Love, and He Doesn’t Need Us
Don Carson on the Love of God
Aug 31, 2018
To Grow Spiritually, Start Thinking About Death
Collin Hansen Interviews Matt McCullough
Aug 28, 2018
How the Gospel (Uniquely) Speaks to Shame
A workshop by Mary Willson
Aug 24, 2018
Should Parents Seek Out Christian Education for Their Children?
A roundtable discussion with Sam Allberry, Juan Sanchez, and Afshin Ziafat
Aug 21, 2018
When Choosing a Career, Don’t Just Follow Your Passion
A workshop by Bethany Jenkins
Aug 17, 2018
Should Christian Parents Ever Give Kids a Smartphone?
A discussion on parenting in the digital age.
Aug 14, 2018
How Jesus Fulfills the Law
A talk by Don Carson
Aug 10, 2018
When Your Worst Nightmare Comes True
Collin Hansen interviews Cameron Cole
Aug 07, 2018
Loving the Widow in the 21st Century
K.A. Ellis
Aug 03, 2018
Where the Gospel Meets Burnout
A special episode from Love Thy Neighborhood
Jul 31, 2018
How to Be Hospitable in a Post-Christian World
Rosaria Butterfield on the role of the home in evangelism
Jul 27, 2018
Don’t Make Confessionalism the Enemy of Piety
A discussion with Kevin DeYoung, Ligon Duncan, and Michael Horton
Jul 24, 2018
3 Reasons to Love the Sojourner
Afshin Ziafat on God's Care for the Vulnerable
Jul 20, 2018
What to Do When Christians Let You Down
Nancy Guthrie on Disappointment with God's People
Jul 17, 2018
How to Give Your Child a Vocabulary of Faith
A panel discussion
Jul 13, 2018
Pastors Must Be Acquainted with Grief
Collin Hansen talks with Zack Eswine about Pastors and Sorrow
Jul 10, 2018
21 Ways to Care for the Fatherless
Tony Merida on practical applications of James 1:27
Jul 06, 2018
How to Talk to People Who Don’t Believe in Truth
Collin Hansen interviews Abdu Murray about living in a post-truth world
Jul 03, 2018
J. D. Greear on Learning to Love the Nations
How God's love compels us to take the gospel to all peoples
Jun 29, 2018
How to Live in a World Gone Mad
Collin Hansen talks with Mike Cosper About the Book of Esther
Jun 26, 2018
Learning Pastoral Ministry from the Past
Scott Manetsch on Early Reformed Pastoral Practice
Jun 22, 2018
How to Disagree
Matt Chandler, Tim Keller, and Michael Horton talk about how Christians should interact when they disagree with one another.
Jun 19, 2018
Sustaining the Covenant of Marital Love
John Piper, Tim Keller, and Don Carson discuss how to make your marriage last
Jun 12, 2018
We Shall Overcome
Charlie Dates on overcoming divisions to racial harmony
Jun 08, 2018
What Gospel Parenting Looks Like
Paul Tripp, Courtney Reissig, and Brian Davis Discuss Parenting
Jun 05, 2018
The ‘Other Guys’ of the Reformation
Ligon Duncan on the Reformed Tradition beyond Calvin
Jun 01, 2018
Evangelism in a Skeptical Age
Collin Hansen interviews Sam Chan about sharing the gospel
May 29, 2018
Sexual Assault and the Hope of the Gospel
May 25, 2018
The Left Behind of Rural America
Collin Hansen and Stephen Witmer discuss Robert Wuthnow's book on rural America
May 22, 2018
How We Should (and Shouldn’t) Relate to Islam
Zane Pratt on Protestants and Muslims
May 18, 2018
Be Encouraged About What the Spirit Is Doing in the Church
Miguel Núñez, John Onwuchekwa, and Kevin DeYoung Discuss
May 15, 2018
Before There Were Pastors’ Wives
May 11, 2018
Counsel for Masterpiece Cakeshop Explains What’s at Stake in Supreme Court Decision
May 08, 2018
Engaging Whole Hearts While Forming Young Minds
Melanie Lacy on Worldview that Engages the Heart
May 04, 2018
How to Care for Someone Battling Anxiety and Depression
A conversation with Paul Tripp and David Powlison
May 01, 2018