• Word-Filled Women’s Ministry

    Gloria Furman & Kathleen B. Nielson

    The Bible is clear that women as well as men are created in God's image and intended to serve him with their lives. But what does this look like for women in the church?

  • Blind Spots

    Collin Hansen

    Hansen challenges Christians from various “camps” to view their differences as opportunities to more effectively engage a needy world with the love of Christ. The book lays the foundation for a new generation of Christians eager to cultivate a courageous, compassionate, and commissioned church.

  • His Mission

    D. A. Carson and Kathleen Nielson, eds.

    With contributions from popular Bible teachers such as Tim Keller, Kevin DeYoung, and John Piper, this collection of eight biblical expositions walks readers through the Gospel of Luke, exploring Jesus’s blameless life, atoning death, and vindicating resurrection.

  • God’s Love Compels Us

    D. A. Carson and Kathleen Nielson, eds.

    With contributions from popular Bible teachers such as David Platt, John Piper, and D. A. Carson, this collection of seven biblical expositions explores how God’s love for us is meant to drive Christians out into the world on mission for him.

  • The Stories We Tell

    Mike Cosper

    This entertaining book connects the dots between the stories we tell and the one great Story—helping us better understand the longings of the human heart and thoughtfully engage with the movies and TV shows that capture our imaginations.

  • Here Is Our God

    Kathleen Nielson and Don Carson, eds.

    In this collection of biblical expositions, eight prominent Bible teachers explore key passages in which God displayed himself in a spectacular revelation.

  • Joy for the World

    Greg Forster

    The church in America is losing ground. Unfortunately, our efforts to reverse this trend often seem to do more harm than good. Forster explains how the church lost its culture-shaping voice and what Christians can do to turn things around.

  • City of Man

    Michael Gerson and Peter Wehner

    A book that charts a new political future not just for civic-minded Christians and "values voters," but for the nation as a whole.

  • The Gospel as Center

    D. A. Carson and Timothy Keller, eds.

    D. A. Carson, Tim Keller, Kevin DeYoung, and other influential leaders have created this volume to defend the gospel and to strengthen the church.

  • The Scriptures Testify about Me

    D. A. Carson, ed.

    Eight prominent evangelical pastors and scholars demonstrate what it looks like to preach Christ from the Old Testament in this collection of expositions of various Old Testament texts.

  • Entrusted with the Gospel

    John Piper, Philip Ryken, Mark Driscoll, Edward Copeland, Bryan Chapell, Ligon Duncan

    Stemming from TGC’s 2009 National Conference and edited by D. A. Carson, this book explores the great responsibility of being entrusted with the gospel. Through six sermons expositing 2 Timothy, Piper, Ryken, Driscoll, Copeland, Chapell, and Duncan model faithful preaching rooted in Scripture.

  • Don’t Call It a Comeback

    Kevin DeYoung, ed.

    DeYoung and other key 20- and 30-something evangelical Christian leaders assert the stability, relevance, and necessity of Christian orthodoxy today. This book introduces young, new, and under-discipled Christians to the most essential and basic issues of faith in general and of evangelicalism in particular.

  • The God Who Is There

    D. A. Carson

    In this basic introduction to faith, Carson takes seekers, new Christians, and small groups through the big story of Scripture. The DVD and companion leader's guide helps evangelistic study groups, small groups, and Sunday school classes make the best use of this book in group settings.


Church Curriculum & Study Guides

  • What Jesus Demands from the World

    John Piper with Brian Tabb

    The four Gospels are filled with demands like "be born again," "love your God," and "lay up treasures." Far from harsh demands originating from a selfish desire to control, Jesus' words are more a clarion call of urgency—loving directions for our good. In fact, what Jesus demands from the world can be summed up as, "Trust and treasure me above all."

  • Gospel Shaped Outreach

    Erik Raymond

    Leader Kit for the Outreach track of Gospel Shaped Church from The Gospel Coalition, exploring what it means to be a community focused on mission.

  • Gospel Shaped Worship

    Jared C. Wilson

    Leader Kit for the Worship track of Gospel Shaped Church from The Gospel Coalition, exploring how a church should be a worshiping community.

  • The Gospel of Luke

    David Morlan

    Luke brings the gospel of Jesus from the outside in. From start to finish he depicts Jesus as accessible to the unknowns, the outcast, the lost, and the hopeless. (12 sessions)

  • Rebuild

    Kathleen Nielson with D. A. Carson

    Taking a close look at the Book of Nehemiah, this study opens a window into the dramatic story of God's people sustained by God's Word that points groups to God's sovereign plan to work through his people. (8 sessions)

  • Sermon on the Mount

    Jen Wilkin

    What does it mean to be a citizen of the kingdom? Matthew's Gospel contains Jesus' longest recorded message—a sermon given to his disciples early in his ministry to articulate what the life of a Christ follower would look like. (9 sessions)

  • Praying with Paul

    D. A. Carson and Brian Tabb

    Leads group members into the Epistles to see what Paul taught in his “school of prayer," exposing us to priorities of prayer, a God-centered framework for prayer, and practices for a more dynamic and meaningful prayer life. (8 sessions)

TGC Booklets

  • What Is the Gospel?

    Bryan Chapell

    Bible tells us that "Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners" (1 Tim. 1:15). That is good news. That's the gospel. Chapell provides a summary of the biblical gospel: What God requires, he provides; what God provides, he perfects; and whom God perfects, he uses.

  • The Holy Spirit

    Kevin DeYoung

    Though we must make effort in our growth in godliness, the Spirit empowers through and through. The Bible is not a cheap infomercial telling us to change and then serving as an enthusiastic cheerleader: "You can do it!" We have a new strength at work by the Spirit. We can, by that same Spirit, begin to share in the qualities that are characteristic of God himself.

  • The Plan

    Colin S. Smith

    Christians find joy in knowing that God's plan will lead to the greatest possible display of his glory and the greatest possible joy for his people. We can be confident, Smith explains, that God knows exactly what he is doing.

  • The Kingdom of God

    Stephen Um

    The Bible's message promotes not self-mastery but the authority of grace. Authority belongs in the first place to God and his gracious self-donation to us. Scripture introduces the undisputed reality of the authority of God, his Word, and of revealed truth. God's kingship is one of the central themes in all of Scripture.

  • Justification

    Philip Graham Ryken

    It is only when we recognize how desperate our situation is from the legal standpoint that we can begin to understand the biblical doctrine of justification. Justification is central to the Christian gospel because it answers the fundamental question: How can a sinful human being be righteous before a holy God?

  • Creation

    Andrew M. Davis

    God made the universe to display his glory, but is not for any lack on God's part, as though he needed anything. Rather, he desires to give generously from the greatness of his being.

  • Gospel-Centered Ministry

    D. A. Carson and Timothy Keller

    Gospel-centered ministry is biblically mandated. It is the only kind of ministry that addresses human need as God sees it, reaches out in unbroken lines to other centuries and cultures, and makes central what Jesus himself establishes as central.

  • Christ’s Redemption

    Sandy Willson

    One of the most offensive doctrines in our day is the Bible's teaching on the uniqueness of Jesus as the way to eternal life. And yet, the one who has discovered God's love in the redeeming work of Christ is actually not shocked that God has provided only one way to be saved; rather, he's increasingly amazed that God provided any way at all.

  • The Church

    Timothy Savage

    To many, the doctrine of the church is peripheral compared to other more weighty doctrines. But Savage wants us to see otherwise. The church of Jesus Christ is the locus of God's plan for creation.

  • Baptism and the Lord’s Supper

    Ligon Duncan and Thabiti Anyabwile

    Christians may fall into either error: assigning too little or too much importance to baptism and the Lord's Supper. In doing so, we risk losing the beauty and richness of commands Jesus himself instituted and Christian churches have celebrated for nearly 2,000 years.

  • The Restoration of All Things

    Sam Storms

    Based on what God achieved in the life, death, and resurrection of his Son, Storms explains our confident expectation for God's eternal purposes.

  • The Gospel and Scripture

    Mike Bullmore

    All of Scripture has been born of great divine initiative. In this sense, the gospel is a cause of biblical revelation. While Scripture itself is not the gospel, all Scripture is related to the gospel, and the gospel is Scripture's reason for being.

  • Sin and the Fall

    Reddit Andrews III

    What exactly is wrong with the human race? Why does evil exist? Andrews explains the effects of sin and the fall on the human race. Sin has the capacity to destroy, so we must detest it.

  • Can We Know Truth?

    Richard D. Phillips

    Phillips presents a stance toward the knowledge of truth that reflects the core beliefs of our gospel faith and validates our experience as Christian believers.