We tend to idealize holidays, but human depravity doesn’t go into hibernation between Thanksgiving and New Year’s. One thing that will hit most Christians, sooner or later, are tensions within extended families at holiday time. Some of you will be… Read More
Some people have asked to see my home study. Join me as we take a look at where I work at home. For more videos, check out our video page or visit our Vimeo channel.
It still had that smell, like a mixture of new carpet and old lady. Maria and I looked at each other as we stood in this familiar foyer. It was the first place we’d ever seen each other—standing right here,… Read More
I have a new article in The Washington Post today, explaining how Christians and other Americans ought to think about accepting Syrian refugees in light of recent terrorist attacks. Here’s an excerpt: While this kind of complicated geopolitical situation requires… Read More
This clip is taken from my recent address at Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, part of the Page Lectures that I delivered on engaging the culture with the gospel. You can find more clips like this at our ERLC media page… Read More