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Will Ferguson Be Our Transformative Moment? | TGC | Thabiti Anyabwile

We’ve felt this feeling before, that sitting on the edge of your seat, stomach in knots, hoping to win but not hoping to offend feeling. We waited this way in 1992 to see what the jury would do when four officers were caught on tape beating Rodney King. 114 more words

Barber Shop Grief | TGC | Pure Church

I’m still moved by the story “Tara” told. A beautiful young woman full of an infectious bouncing joy that helps her glide rather than walk. Normally beaming with a face-wide smile, she was, for Tara, sedate. 177 more words

Will Your Gospel Transform a Terrorist?

On November 1st 2014 John Piper Tweeted:

@JohnPiper If you’re ever told that your life will be spared if you renounce Christ, remember this. http://bit.ly/1tTNe6J…

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The Most Neglected Part of the Pastor’s Job Description

A much needed article by Thabiti Anyabwile

“Editor’s Note: This post originally appeared at The Gospel-Centered Woman, a new site dedicated to helping pastors and lay leaders disciple women through the local church. 320 more words


The Most Neglected Part of the Pastor’s Job Description | The Gospel Centered Woman

By Thabiti Anyabwile

The Father is kind to me. Because of His rich love and unending grace, I’m not only a Christian but also a pastor. 133 more words

A Really Awesome Photo

It’s late in the evening, but I’d to share this really awesome photo I found not too long ago.

If you’re not familiar with the people above, they are (in the order of Left to Right): 177 more words


The Healthy Elder Board Is a P.C. Elder Board | TGC | Pure Church

The abbreviation “P.C.” has an almost universally negative connotation. We hear “P.C.” and we think “politically correct.” Being “P.C.” is synonymous with cultural capitulation, a kind of cowardice that refuses to call things what they are. 101 more words