But What’s So Wrong about Burning Out for Jesus?

In our burnout culture, how can men push the “reset” button on their life and ministry to find the pace to finish the race? I sat down with David Murray to ask him a few questions.

What 16 Words Would You Choose to Summarize the Whole Bible?

A conversation with Chris Bruno on his accessible new guide to biblical theology, tracing 16 themes from Genesis to Revelation.

An FAQ on Shaping Your Ministry Culture Around Disciple-Making

(1) Why make disciples? (2) What is a disciple? (3) How are disciples made? (4) Who makes disciples? (5) Where are we to make disciples?

A 2-Minute Introduction to Saint Patrick

Timothy Paul Jones, author of “Christian History Made Easy,” gives us a fun video overview.

A Tribute to Mark Noll, by Nathan Hatch

“I have never known anyone who accomplished so much but wanted so little attention drawn to himself.” Nathan Hatch, President of Wake Forest University, pays tribute to his former classmate and historian of American religion.

Fred Sanders on the Trinity and The Shack

I haven’t read (and don’t plan to read) “The Shack,” but I’ll listen to (almost) anything Fred Sanders says. Here’s a sit-down conversation with him.

I Am a Poor Wayfaring Stranger

Karen Ellis offers a beautiful rendition of the early 19th century gospel song.

An Analysis of One of the Greatest Sentences Ever Written

Peter Kreeft looks at Augustine’s most famous line, which happens to be the theme of life itself. “Our homelessness, our alienation, our misery, our confusion, our lover’s quarrel with the world—this is our greatest blessing, next to God Himself.”

An Analysis of One of the Greatest Sentences Ever Written

Peter Kreeft looks at Augustine’s most famous line, which happens to be the theme of life itself. “Our homelessness, our alienation, our misery, our confusion, our lover’s quarrel with the world—this is our greatest blessing, next to God Himself.”

Writing with Flannery O’Connor: A Six-Week Course

Learn from an expert not how to write “like” Flannery O’Connor but how to learn to write with her as a guide.