Shane Vander Hart: Following Jesus and having and living a Biblical worldview do not conflict with one another. They are one in the same.
Shane Vander Hart: Former President Barack Obama’s tweets quoting Nelson Mandela about love offer a beautiful sentiment, but are theologically flawed.
“The Gospel Way” offers a theologically rich guide to praise God for His salvation and pray that it will permeate every aspect of our life.
Calvinist, a soon-to-be released documentary by Les Lanphere is about a new generation discovering the rich theology brought to us by the Reformation.
Senate Chaplain Peter Marshall prayed a prayer in 1947 in the chamber of the U.S. Senate that we should pray for our elected officials today.
The very first question of the Heidelberg Catechism asks, “What is your only comfort in life and death?” The answer you give is of eternal importance.
This week’s featured sermon is Sinclair Ferguson preaching from Hebrews 2:10-18 and 8:1-2 addressing Christ-Centered Worship at the 2017 Basics Conference.
Matt Chandler: What is The Apostles Creed? Who wrote it? When did it show up? This looks at the history behind the creed and why it’s still relevant today.
Louie Giglio encourages Christians that the passion they bring to work should serve a higher purpose which is to honor Christ and make His name known.
Pete Klindt went from leader of the Pete Klint Quintet, a favorite Rock-n-Roll band in Iowa in the 1960s to a business executive who follows Christ.
“In this is love, not that we have loved God but that he loves us and sent his Son to be the propitiation for our sins,” (1 John 4:10, ESV).
Pastor Phil Winfield, senior pastor at Grace Church in Des Moines, IA, preached the first sermon in his series on the Resurrection of Jesus Christ.
Sam Allberry gave a profound two-minute defense of biblical sexual ethics applied to identity and marriage before the General Synod of the Church of England.
This week’s featured sermon: Dr. R.C. Sproul at the Ligonier Ministries’ 2016 National Conference explains why the gospel is both true and transforming.
John Piper: The ultimate essence of evil is the loss of taste for God as our all-satisfying life and joy, and the preference for other things above God himself.
Pastor Ryan Jorgensen, the senior pastor of Harvest Bible Chapel Des Moines, provides our featured sermon from John 14:1-11 – “One Way to Heaven.”