Obligation, Stewardship, and the PoorBy Kevin DeYoung | 9Marks Journal: Mercy Ministry in the Church | 07.01.2012
It’s easy (and biblical) to insist that Christians should “do something about the poor.” But how can we sort out whom we should help, and how much?
Testimonies of the Underestimated GospelBy A. Mohler, C. J. Mahaney, C. Trueman, D. Patrick, D. Platt, G. Gilbert, J. D. Greear, J. Mack Stiles, J. Purswell, J. Piper, K. DeYoung, L. Duncan, M. Dever, M. Chandler, M. Schmucker, M. Lawrence, M. McKinley, P. Williams, R. D. Moore, T. Anyabwile | 9Marks Journal: The Underestimated Doctrine of Conversion | 02.29.2012
What were the human means and instruments of your conversion?
What is the Mission of the Church? Part 2By G. Gilbert, K. DeYoung, M. Dever | 10.03.2011
Kevin DeYoung and Greg Gilbert, authors of the new book What is the Mission of the Church?, examine key biblical passages on mission, the poor, and the kingdom of God.
What is the Mission of the Church? Part 1By G. Gilbert, K. DeYoung, M. Dever | 08.29.2011
In view of their new book, Kevin DeYoung and Greg Gilbert discuss the mission of the church, social justice, and the gospel.
Book Review: Paul’s Understanding of the Church’s Mission, by Robert PlummerReview by Kevin DeYoung | 9Marks Journal: Church Membership: Holding the Body Together | 04.28.2011
I hope Dr. Plummer will consider publishing a popular level edition of the material which puts the cookies a few shelves lower and hires a graphic design team not so tied to the 1970s.
Book Excerpt: Is “Incarnational” the Best Way to Describe Christian Mission?By G. Gilbert, K. DeYoung | 9Marks Journal: Book Reviews on the Mission of the Church | 11.01.2010
Is “incarnational” the best way to describe Christian mission?
Book Excerpt: Why Do Good?By G. Gilbert, K. DeYoung | 9Marks Journal: Book Reviews on the Mission of the Church | 11.01.2010
Why do we do good works?
There’s Something Worse than DeathBy Kevin DeYoung | 9Marks Journal: Hell: Remembering the Awful Reality | 08.20.2010
Divine wrath may not be the decorative masthead or the flag we raise up every flagpole. . . . It may not always be seen. But its absence will always be felt.
Discipline in the Mainline – Is it Possible or Even Wise?By Kevin DeYoung | 9Marks Journal: Church Discipline (Part 1) | 02.25.2010
Discipline is possible, on a congregational and on a denomination-wide level. I’ve witnessed it with my own eyes. But it is rare and difficult.