Gospel Relevance

Gospel-Centered Resources For The Gospel-Driven Life

Good Works Are Less Complicated Than You Think

If you want to make an evangelical nervous, mention the concept of good works. But speaking of good works should feel life-giving. Protestant Christians rightly recognize that God’s people are saved by grace alone, through faith alone, in Christ alone, but that faith — as


7 Things God Hates

God is love, but love is not God. When we speak of the God of the Bible, we must draw references from Scripture. If we don’t, we’ll be tempted to craft an idol of what we think the divine should be like. God must hate


Progressive Christians: Where and How They Differ with Jesus

Spending time at a theologically liberal Christian University with many progressive Christians was immensely helpful in my understanding “the other side” of the theological spectrum. In today’s social media age, it is far too easy to miss the humanity of the person on the other


Insights on Success from John Calvin

There’s a section in John Calvin’s two-volume edition of his Institutes of the Christian Religion called “John Calvin to the Reader.” In just four short pages, Calvin provides many insights and takeaways on success. Here are five of those takeaways. 1. We should not presume


Take Up Your Cross

“When Christ calls a man,” Dietrich Bonhoeffer writes, “he bids him come and die.” Jesus carried his own cross to Golgotha (with some help from Simon of Cyrene, of course) and part of Christian discipleship means that you, too, should carry your own cross as