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
Should Christians Follow Their Heart?

In this discussion, Rosaria Butterfield, Melissa Kruger, and Trillia Newbell talk about the cultural mantra ‘follow your heart’ and whether it lines up with Scripture.

How the Trinity Should—and Shouldn’t—Shape Your Church

In this podcast, Fred Sanders talks about how the church has been shaped by the Trinity and how we can think more deeply about it.

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
Raise the Bar When Teaching Children

In this podcast, Nancy Guthrie interviews David and Sally Michael, founders of Truth78 (formerly Children Desiring God), about teaching children the whole counsel of God.

Michael Stead on Teaching Haggai

Nancy Guthrie interviews Anglican Bishop and Bible scholar Michael Stead about how to teach the Old Testament book of Haggai.

Feed on God's word mid-week by listening to sound biblical sermons selected by The Gospel Coalition editors.
Latest Episodes
How to Amaze Jesus

In this sermon on Matthew 8:5–13 Jonty Rhodes preaches on Jesus’s amazement at the centurion’s faith.

God Wins. Every Time.

A sermon from J. A. Medders on Exodus 1:1–14 and how God will never let the persecution of his people keep us from multiplying and glorifying him.

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
Church Planting in America’s Inner Cities

Too many churches are overlooking America’s hardest places. This should not be.

Developing Healthy Leaders in Underserved Contexts

How can we train future church-planting pastors in hard places faithfully and effectively?