Gospel Relevance

Gospel-Centered Resources For The Gospel-Driven Life

The Importance of Rest in the Christian Life

Many of us suffer from hurry sickness. We rush through our days and never have enough time to get everything done. Dr. Suzanne Koven, who practices internal medicine at Massachusetts General Hospital, writes: In the past few years, I’ve observed an epidemic of sorts: patient


Work That Makes a Difference: An Interview With Dan Doriani

Dr. Dan Doriani, a Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology at Covenant Theological Seminary, a council member for the Gospel Coalition, and a former senior pastor of a large church, is also the author of two books on work. Doriani’s first volume on the subject,


Making Disciples: Practical Observations from the Great Commission

One of the first things I noticed about my wife when we started dating was that she loves movies. Action, comedy, fantasy, adventure, you name it. She likes it all – except horror. As such an avid movie lover, she was surprised to discover that


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


Total Depravity: A Brief Orientation

We are on a quest for identity. Marketers who prey on the weak know this, and they sell us their products and services through this idea: you are not at your best yet; buy my product, and you will be. At least until we convince you that