We’re proud to release our latest book, A Restless Age, by Austin Gohn. Read more about the new book here and some of its endorsements.
As parents, how are we to help our children navigate this sinful world and its complexities? Sean Nolan shows how we can locate ourselves (and our children) in the right place in redemptive history.
Executive Director Jeremy Writebol reviews the ESV Gospel Transformation Study Bible. (Plus, we’re giving away three copies!)
Scott Slayton lays out two reasons you need to give time and attention to you children, along with four tips to help you make the time.
The Holy Spirit divides and unites, cuts and heals. It’s rarely pleasant and often leads to doubt. But the Spirit never makes an incision without knowing what He’s doing.
James Montgomery Boice explains the apparent paradox at the heart of the Christian life: We must become Christ’s slave before we can be truly free.
Pastoring requires building trust, regardless of age. Though there are not many easy answers, there are things we can do as young pastors to disciple older members well.
How many friends do we have with whom we’ve failed to share the gospel? How many times have we put it off? How many opportunities have we justified away?
J.A. Medders tells us what the most important five-letter word in Calvinism is. (Hint: it’s not TULIP.)
We long to be set free from our burdens and sins that weigh us down and be given a blank slate. So we set goals, but we fail and feel hopeless. Thankfully, there’s a way to start each day anew.
With too much to do and too little time and energy to do it, life’s plate fills up quickly. Christ-followers are tempted to see “church” as just another option in the buffet of life. But there’s a problem with viewing church this way.
How can we live well today when we can’t shake the past? Lydia Brownback explains how we can be set free from self-condemnation.
The most glossed-over sections of Paul’s epistles are the endings. But if we listen carefully, they contain rich ministry principles.
Many pastors hate networking. But there's a good and godly kind of networking that doesn't feel so greasy.
Sometimes all we can see is devastating loss when, in reality, God is clearing the path for you to find invaluable treasures.
Friendships don’t just spring from nothing. Friendships require forging. Good friendships require constancy, candor, counsel, and carefulness.
God’s grace sees you as fallen, broken, messy, and in need of a love that accepts you where you are.
Disciple-making can be hard and lonely. But you're not alone, and the work is eternally worthwhile.
It's normal to be defined by what we do or what we’re passionate about. But this is not how the Bible defines us. What we do is not who we are.
God loved us and sent his Son to die for us, even when we were different. The church, likewise, should love special needs people.
We are inviting twelve writers to walk through a mentoring pathway with our GCD editorial team and several great guest mentors.
Students are not just the church of tomorrow. They can be the church of today—but not without being receiving the baton of the gospel first.
Corrective discipline—which leads to a child’s self-discipline—opens the door to more freedom and accomplishment for our children.
Most people are scared to death of dying. But the Bible has a very different —and far more positive—view of death.