The Best Book for Each Person on Your Christmas List

Bethany McIlrath | December 3rd 2020

‘Tis the season for sharing hope and joy with the people you love! We’ve rounded up these gift ideas to inspire you as you consider what to get each person on your list. Be sure to browse our Cyber Week deals before December 4th for more ideas and savings as you shop. ... continue reading


Creative Carolling for a COVID Christmas

James Burstow | December 2nd 2020

For many, carol singing is an essential part of Christmas. Familiar melodies. Words that poetically and powerfully capture the truth and wonder of the incarnation of Christ. The combination of the two create something nostalgic and beautiful which stirs the heart of believers and unbelievers alike.... continue reading


In-Person and Virtual Christmas Service Ideas for Ministry Leaders

Abigail Talbott | December 1st 2020

Whether you are meeting in-person or online, Christmas is a great opportunity to grow in the knowledge of the Lord together as God’s people and to share the good news of the gospel with the world. ... continue reading


The God we Need

Jennie Pollock | November 26th 2020

If we’re honest, most of us have cried this, or something like it, to God at some point in our lives. Yes, we can repeat that “we know that in all things God works for the good of those who love him, who have been called according to his purpose” (Romans 8:28), but sometimes there are things that just don’t seem good no matter which way we look at them.... continue reading


How Corey Miller Uses Testimony to Reach Mormons

Corey Miller | November 24th 2020

Christians are sometimes baffled after presenting what they take to be knock-down arguments against Mormonism, only to hear the Mormon double down about how they know it is true regardless, as if they are saying, “Never mind the facts; I’ve got a feeling.”... continue reading


On the Podcast with Tony Merida: We Live in the Book of Ruth, not the Book of Exodus.

Tony Merida | November 20th 2020

In this episode he talks to us about his new study guide to the book of Ruth - one of the "best short stories ever written".... continue reading


Christmas Doesn’t Ignore Your Pain

David Mathis | November 19th 2020

Some buoyant personalities can celebrate Christmas even in hard seasons of life, seemingly unfazed. But for others, all the talk of joy and merriment at Christmas can make our sorrows feel all the more acute and our pains all the more painful. Normal life is hard enough. It’s even harder when all the world seems to be singing, ringing bells, and pretending everything’s suddenly merry.... continue reading


Ruth is one of the best short stories ever written. Study it with me.

Tony Merida | November 17th 2020

A short while ago I announced to my church that we were going to study Ruth as our church’s Advent series. Several people cheered! We are not an overly expressive church, and so this vocal celebration struck me. Why are Bible readers so drawn to the book of Ruth?... continue reading


On the Podcast with Abbey Wedgeworth: God’s Word Speaks to All Our Experiences, Even Miscarriage

Abbey Wedgeworth | November 13th 2020

Does God's Word speak to all of our experiences? Even those we don't find in the Bible?... continue reading


Free Sample of our Advent Devotional for 2020

David Mathis | November 12th 2020

Read a preview of The Christmas We Didn't Expect, new Advent devotional from David Mathis, executive editor for Desiring God. These reflections help us to lift our eyes to wonder of the incarnation and worship the one who came to save us and make our futures certain. The following extract is a devotion for the first day in December.... continue reading

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