This Week’s Top Christian Blogs

Linking you to the top 5 Christian blog posts of the week—posts that provide robust, rich, and relevant insights for living. 

The Word Became Flesh

In the spirit of the Christmas season, Trevin Wax posts a deeply meaningful poem about the true meaning of Christmas. Meditate on it at The Word Became Flesh

The Bible in 47 Passages

The Austin Stone Community Church has created a wonderful presentation using 47 passages from the Bible to tell the storyline of Scripture from Genesis to Revelation. Justin Taylor provides an introduction and links at The History of Redemption

Matt Chandler One Year Later

It was a year ago that Pastor Matt Chandler endured eight hours of brain surgery. He shares an amazing testimony to God’s grace at One Year Later

Church: For Ourselves or for Others?

The good folks at Desiring God always ask tough questions. In this post Every Church Must Make a Decision, they ask whether church is about the congregation or about the congregation serving others. 

What Is the Gospel?

Seems like a simple yet foundational question, right? “What is the Gospel?” Pastor Tullian Tchividjian asks and answers that question in The Tri-Centrality of the Gospel

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  1. said:

    Bob, let me say that I have visited your fine website. I sense a hunger and thirst for God like few other I have read about. I am so grateful to God for your ministry. I have such a hunger and thirst for righteousness (which is from God, not from me) and to pass on the knowledge of how our congregation might become more holy, to be more Holy Spirit guided, directed, and led, and to put the centrality of the cross as our focus. Let me thank God FOR you sir, and pray that others might crave this hunger and thirst from Him Who alone satisfies…and to be desperate for His righteousness.

    December 21, 2010
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