- God’s Yoke for the Decision FatiguedThe way out of overcommitment runs through God’s temple.
- 150 Weeks of Composing Psalms Reaches Its FinaleAfter nearly three years, Poor Bishop Hooper’s accidental pandemic project concludes with a new psalter for the church.
- Lament Is More Than a Country SongWhy the world needs the church to sing about sorrow.
- I Could Sing This Bridge Forever, If It’s an AntiphonModern worship music can seem awfully simple. But it has a vital role to play, especially when paired with Scripture.
- The Grain of Truth Grows SlowlyTo become who God is making us takes time and trust.
- Go Ahead. Pray for Putin’s Demise.The imprecatory psalms give us permission to push boldly against evil.españolPortuguês简体中文繁體中文
- Old Testament Israel Can Do No Wrong. Except When It Can’t Do Anything Right.What a pair of seemingly contradictory psalms teaches us about telling the church’s story.简体中文繁體中文
- Special Psalms Help Pakistani Christians with Persecution, Pandemic, and DisunityThe heart of Christian worship in Pakistan is the Punjabi Zabur, a century-old model of how to successfully contextualize Scripture.
- How Scripture Keeps Surprising MeAs a child, I hid God’s Word in my heart. Now it sneaks out when I least expect it.español
- Philip Yancey: God Can Love ‘A Cynical Sneak Like Me’An excerpt from the best-selling author’s memoir, “Where the Light Fell.”