The Gospel Coalition

I’d like to draw your attention to a link I’ve added to my favorites.  The Gospel Coalition is a great resource for building up your faith.  There are articles, sermons, conference information, blogs, etc.   The following is the first paragraph from their “About Us”  just to give you an idea:

We are a group of (mostly) pastors and churches in the Reformed heritage who delight in the truth and power of the gospel, and who want the gospel of Christ crucified and resurrected to lie at the center of all we cherish, preach, and teach. In a time of endless fragmentation, it is easy to sound prophetic from the margins, but one of the most urgent needs of any generation is to be prophetic from the center—from what the Bible makes the center. We want to be robustly biblical, richly theological, constantly elevating what God himself in his own Word makes central. We are not looking for some inexpensive lowest-common-denominator theology, as if unity that is biblically understood can be increased by enlarging the list of things we cannot discuss. Far from it: to focus on Christ and the gospel does not mean that every other subject is off limits; rather, it means we want to be able to address the full panoply of biblical topics and understanding of our times through the prism of what the Bible itself makes the focal point. We are gradually learning that our unity under the Lordship of Christ is not achieved by increasing the length of the list of things we will not talk about, but by being willing to talk about anything while bringing everything to the test of Scripture and the non-negotiable gospel it promotes. 

Not sure where to start?  I recommend Kevin DeYoung’s blog.  I’m partial.  He’s my pastor.  We love him and his family and he has helpful things to say.  Hope you enjoy!

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