The Gospel Coalition Podcast features lectures and workshops from our conferences as well as timely interviews and round table discussions on applying the gospel to the issues of our day.
Latest Episodes
Ray Ortlund on Finishing Well in Ministry

In this podcast, Ray Ortlund talks about three things to start doing in order to finish well in ministry, and recommends books that helped him along the way.

The Most Significant Lessons We’ve Learned as Parents

In this podcast, Michael and Melissa Kruger talk about the lessons they’ve learned over the past 18 years as parents of three children.

Nancy Guthrie talks to some of the best teachers and preachers of our day to equip all kinds of Bible teachers to creatively teach through specific books of the Bible.
Latest Episodes
Ligon Duncan on Covenant Theology vs. Dispensationalism

In this podcast, Nancy Guthrie talks with theologian Ligon Duncan on what covenant theology is and how it differs from the theology known as Dispensationalism.

Teaching Women to Teach

In this podcast, Nancy Guthrie talks with Leigh Swanson about how she started a program for women in her community to be trained by seminary faculty to teach the Bible.

Feed on God's word mid-week by listening to sound biblical sermons selected by The Gospel Coalition editors.
Latest Episodes
Adultery Is Not ‘Authentic’

Bob Thune preaches on the false vision of selfhood that leads to adultery.

Your Zip Code Is Not Your Home

In this podcast, Simon Tomkins preaches on Genesis 13, the story of Abram and Lot, and how Abram, though he had been promised the land, had no earthly home.

Churches Planting Churches is a podcast produced by Acts 29 in partnership with The Gospel Coalition. Tony Merida talks with various church planters, pastors, theologians, and innovators; sharing stories and insights to help you serve Christ’s church more faithfully and effectively.
Latest Episodes
Why Church Planters Must Be Able to Teach

As goes the teaching, so goes the church.

The Gospel Does Not ‘Float Downstream’ from Big Cities

If we don’t intentionally give ourselves to seeing churches planted in rural communities, then it won’t happen.