Help TGC continue supplying free resources to strengthen the global church. Make a gift today

Recent Stories

Beware Emotional Affairs

Josh had been at a new church for four months when Sara—his pastor’s wife—invited him to join their community group, which was a weekly gathering of both singles and married couples. Sara and her husband, Craig, wanted a group where married couples mentored singles. Josh and Sara hit it off, and they discovered lots of common interests. Their conversation easily flowed during the fellowship time before the Bible study. Sara was surprised how much she missed Josh when he couldn’t attend. Josh realized that talking…
Stay Up To Date
Receive TGC content by email:
Editor's Pick

Editor’s Choice: The Best of 2018

We knew this year would be busy for The Gospel Coalition with three major public conferences and our biennial Council meeting. We hosted our largest women’s conference and first West Coast conference. The MLK50 conference was the most-watched in TGC history. Probably no event I’ve ever helped to plan involved so high a risk and delivered so high a reward as MLK50, by God’s grace alone. For…

Latest Podcasts


Book Reviews
MultiChurch a More Biblical Version of Multisite?
At first there were churches. Christians glanced at their clocks Sunday morning, realized the family was about to gather, and hurried down to the meeting place. “Hello, church. Great to see you.” In the 1960s and ’70s multi-service churches showed up. They provide a convenient and cost-effective way to grow a congregation, even if everyone can’t meet at the same time. “Wait, you’re a member, too? Do you come to the 9:30 or the 11 a.m. service?” A decade later, multi-site churches followed. They divide a congregation not chronologically but geographically. “One church, multiple locations” is the motto. People can meet…

MultiChurch a More Biblical Version of Multisite?

Reaching our city doesn’t depend on us, our church, our brand, our super talented pastor.

Let Kevin DeYoung Reintroduce You to the 10 Commandments

The church and the world are hungry for true righteousness.

Higher Education Must Address Free Speech and Social Justice

It would be hard to overstate the significance of social justice to the formation of many college students today.

You Know Charles Spurgeon. Now Meet His Wife.

Through debilitating difficulties, Susie loved her God and her family with excellence.