The Author

Jason Cook is an editor for The Gospel Coalition, focusing on pastoral ministry and integrating faith and work. He is associate pastor of preaching at Fellowship Memphis. He earned his MDiv from Beeson Divinity School in Birmingham, Alabama, where he helped to build Iron City Church, a multi-ethnic ministry in one of America's most segregated cities. He earned an undergraduate degree from the University of Mississippi on a football scholarship. He is married to Courtney, and they have two children, Charlie and Cager. You can follow him on Twitter.

The Unfinished Work of Martin Luther King Jr.

Many of the courageous men and women who struggled for freedom and justice have been lost to history and have become casualties of short

The Unfinished Work of Martin Luther King, Jr.

The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once said,

How to Talk to Your Children About Sex

Jen Wilkin, Sam Allberry and Jason Cook consider how

Edmondson, DeYoung, Cook on Whether Politics Belongs in the Pulpit

Scripture speaks to the moral dimensions of political realities.

Keller, Moore, and Cook on How to Preach to the Heart

Preaching to heads is easy. Preaching to hearts is
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