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
The Difference Between Attractional and Gospel-Centered Churches

Collin Hansen interviews Jared Wilson about right and wrong worship and whether churches should primarily seek to attract nonbelievers or disciple believers.

Studying Scripture with Unbelievers Is Easier Than You Think

Becky Pippert talks about the evangelistic effectiveness of studying the Gospels with unbelievers and how to lead a seeker Bible study.

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
Aaron Messner on Teaching Ezra

In this conversation with Nancy Guthrie, Aaron Messner explains the unique time and place of the book of Ezra and how to explain its difficult passages.

John Currie on Teaching 2 Timothy

Nancy Guthrie talks with John Currie about 2 Timothy and the need for biblical fidelity undergirded by gospel courage in a darkening culture.

Feed on God's word mid-week by listening to sound biblical sermons selected by The Gospel Coalition editors.
Latest Episodes
A Proud Man and a Suffering Girl

In this podcast, J. D. Greear preaches from 2 Kings 5:1–18 on the story of the healing of Naaman and the servant girl who introduced him to the God of Israel.

Do Not Be Anxious About Your Life

In this sermon, John Piper preaches on from Matthew 6:24–34 about the character of God and how it leads to eight reasons we should never be anxious.

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
Keep the Bible at the Center of Your Church

God’s Word is more precious than gold. Treat it as such.

Should a Pastor Leave One Church to Plant Another One?

How can a pastor know if it’s right to leave one church in order to pastor another?