The Blessed Burden of Next Door Neighbors

Over the past 10 months I’ve lived in three different apartments. Having left our home of 7 years—our first big purchase as newly-weds and the home we began our family in—my wife and I schlepped our two children from apartment to apartment, finally settling in a quaint neighborhood where we hope to plant deep roots. […]

Keeping Up with Keller: The Gospel and Suffering

Let’s admit it. It’s getting hard to keep up with all of Tim Keller’s new publications (that’s six books in the last 15-months, for anyone who’s counting). And yet, while rapid publication by an author is often an attempt at seizing the market by way of sequels, prequels, and spinoffs, Keller’s recent books are not forced, […]

Plant New England ’13

In just a week’s time (October 14-15), a number of gospel-centered, mission-minded Christians from around New England will be gathering in Boston for Plant New England ’13. Hosted by the NETS Institute for Church Planting, the conference is co-sponsored by XI Marks, Sovereign Grace, and The Gospel Coalition. Our friends at Plant New England have […]

On the Grace of God

Justin Holcomb’s brief “On the Grace of God (A Book You’ll Actually Read)” is a quote-packed, feast of a book. Here’s a gem that Holcomb pulls from the late Robert Capon: “The world is by no means averse to religion. In fact, it is devoted to it with a passion. It will buy any recipe […]