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Trevin Wax is the Managing Editor of The Gospel Project, a curriculum developed by LifeWay Christian Resources. He blogs daily at Kingdom People. He is also the author of Holy Subversion (Crossway, 2010) and Counterfeit Gospels (Moody, 2011).
An Irish Christmas: A Conversation with Keith & Kristyn Getty

I’ve long appreciated the Gettys for the way they serve the Church through their hymn writing. You can sense their heart for evangelism, for the Church, and for praising the Lord who took on flesh to save us.

Bible Study Won’t (Necessarily) Change Your Life

It is possible to know the Scriptures, read the Scriptures, revere the Scriptures and miss the point entirely.

Don't Waste Your Ride! 5 Ways to Make the Most of Your Work Commute Time

Rather than bemoaning the time we spend going back and forth from work, we would be better served by thinking of ways we can redeem this time and use it for God's glory. Here are five ways you can redeem your ride.

Ministry Post-9/11: Thoughts from Leading Pastors

Five well-known pastors, including two former Muslims, respond to the question: "How does living in a post-9/11 world influence the way you preach and do ministry?"

3 Ways to Read the Bible as One Big Story

Many Christians are familiar with certain Bible stories, but they are not always sure how the stories fit together into the Bible as a whole. These three resources focus on the grand narrative of Scripture, so that readers can connect the dots and think as Christians formed by the great Story that tells the truth about our world.

5 Things Romanian Believers Taught Me about Prayer

For the Christians whose identities were forged through the fire of Communist oppression, prayer is an act of quiet desperation that manifests itself in bold supplication. I’ve never seen humility and confidence so perfectly married as when listening to (and joining) Romanians in prayer.

Your Body Matters: A Conversation with Matthew Lee Anderson

Tattoos, cremation, abortion, gay sex, yoga, online church: No subject is off limits in Matthew Anderson’s provocative book on the body.

30 Things I Asked the Lord on My 30th Birthday

Last Friday, I turned 30. To mark my journey into a new decade of life, I wrote down 30 things I pray the Lord will do in my life in the coming days and years.

Reaching the Millennials for Christ

Trevin Wax interviews author Jess Rainer about the qualities that characterize the Millennial generation (born 1980-2000).

Don't Gut the Gospel of Its Purpose

Let's make sure that in our thinking and speaking about the centrality of the gospel announcement we not leave out the gospel-formed family. Otherwise, we gut the gospel of its purpose.

The Ten Commandments are about God

Yahweh is the most significant thing about the Ten Commandments.

Dick Van Dyke: A Television Legend Searches for Joy

Now 85 years old, Van Dyke has just released his autobiography that reveals his desire to know God and the meaning of life

11 Questions a Pastor Should Ask Himself

Good questions prod us along toward greater effectiveness in fulfilling our calling. Here are some probing questions that I have found helpful in pastoral ministry.

Unsung Heroes of the Bible

Aristarchus, Archippus, Nympha, Justus... just a few of the Bible's unsung heroes, "unsung" because they were primarily focused on making sure that the praises of Jesus Christ were sung by people from all tribes, tongues, and nations. When your most passionate desire is that Christ's praises be sung, you too can be an unsung hero.

Guarding Hearts: An Interview with the CEO of Covenant Eyes

Ron DeHaas, CEO of Covenant Eyes, joins me for a discussion about pornography and its effect on the family, as well as steps Christians can take to protect our hearts from lust.

iFaith: A Conversation with Dan Darling

iFaith is a brief, pastoral book on living as Christians in the 21st century. Author Dan Darling stops by to discuss "connecting with God in the 21st century."

Have We Reached the Tipping Point in the Abortion Debate?

Here are five reasons I believe we have reached a tipping point in favor of the pro-life position.

Defending the Unstoppable Gospel

In all our talk about defending the gospel, it's possible that we might think of the good news as fragile and vulnerable. God forbid!

Talking about Orphan Care with Tony Merida

Orphan care is more than just adoption. At the heart of orphan care is grace - grace that flows from Christ's redemptive work on the cross, that reconciles us to God, that we extend through the care of orphans and others.

Book Discussion: Radical Together, Tempted and Tried, Transformational Church

Quick thoughts on David Platt's newest book, Russ Moore on temptation, Leonard Sweet on leadership, and what makes a transformational church.

Example: "Gen 1:1" "John 3" "Moses" "trust"
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