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This is The Crossway Podcast, a show where we sit down with authors each week for thoughtful interviews about the Bible, theology, church history, and the Christian life.

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3 Things That Must Change about the American Justice System (Matt Martens)

November 29th, 2023


Today, we're pleased to share with you an audio essay written and read by Matthew Martens, entitled, "3 Things That Must Change about the American …

When Authority Fails to Reflect God's Good Design (Jonathan Leeman)

November 27th, 2023


In today's episode, Jonathan Leeman shares how the solution to bad authority is not no authority but good authority.

Jonathan Leeman is the editorial …

The State of Women's Ministry in the US (Courtney Doctor and Joanna Kimbrel)

November 20th, 2023


In today's episode, Courtney Doctor and Joanna Kimbrel share encouragement to women, pastors, and churches about how to support women's ministry today.

Courtney Doctor serves as the director of women’s initiatives for …

10 Things You Should Know about Prayer (Don Whitney)

November 15th, 2023


Today, we're pleased to share with you an audio essay written and read by Don Whitney, entitled, "10 Things You Should Know about Prayer".

Donald S. …

The Case for Abortion—and How to Refute It (Scott Klusendorf)

November 13th, 2023


In today's episode, Scott Klusendorf walks through the best pro-abortion arguments and teaches Christians how to dismantle them.

Scott Klusendorf is the president of Life Training Institute, where he trains pro-life …

Inside Crossway's Plan to Give Away One Million Bibles (Anthony Gosling and Randy Jahns)

November 8th, 2023


Today, we are excited to share with you a bonus inside look into Crossway's One Million Bible Initiative. Anthony Gosling and Randy Jahns explain the overarching goals of the project, highlight the unique challenge of …

The Death Penalty, Plea Bargaining, and Other Problems with the Criminal Justice System (Matt Martens)

November 6th, 2023


In this episode, trial lawyer Matt Martens explains how our American criminal justice system is broken and that in order for us to love all of our neighbors well, reforms need to be made.

Matt Martens (JD, University of …

Audiobook Preview: 'Remaking the World' (Andrew Wilson)

November 1st, 2023


Today, we are pleased to offer you the first chapter of Andrew Wilson's book 'Remaking the World: How 1776 Created the Post-Christian West'.

In 'Remaking the World', Andrew Wilson highlights 7 major developments from …

Q&A: Kristen Wetherell Answers Your Questions on How to Love the Bible More

October 30th, 2023


A few weeks ago, we asked people to send in questions related to what it looks like to stay motivated and excited about reading the Bible in every season of life. We received lots of questions from around the world …

6 Ideas for Thinking about Halloween with Your Kids (Jon Nielson)

October 25th, 2023


Today, we're pleased to share with you an audio essay written and read by Jon Nielson, entitled, "6 Ideas for Thinking about Halloween with Your Kids".

Jon Nielson serves as the senior pastor of Christ Presbyterian …

When Your Kid Needs a Friend (Trillia Newbell)

October 23rd, 2023


In this episode, Trillia Newbell discusses the desire in all of us for friendship and how that is ultimately fulfilled in Jesus.

Trillia Newbell is …

5 Lies Our Culture Is Telling Us (Rosaria Butterfield)

October 18th, 2023


Today, we're pleased to share with you an audio essay written and read by Rosaria Butterfield, entitled, "5 Lies Our Culture Is Telling Us".

Rosaria …

How the World Found Democracy—and Became Ex-Christian (Andrew Wilson)

October 16th, 2023


In this episode, Andrew Wilson shares about how the year 1776 shaped the world we know today and why it is important for every Christian to think about the way they interpret history.

Andrew Wilson is the teaching pastor …

When Churches Get Doctrine Right and Everything Else Wrong (Ray Ortlund and Sam Allberry)

October 9th, 2023


In today's episode, Ray Ortlund and Sam Allberry discuss how to recognize if your church is spiritually sick and what you can do about it.

Ray Orland and Sam Albury are both pastors at Immanuel Nashville Church and canon …

An Open Letter to Women Straining under the Burden of Expectations (Jen Oshman)

October 4th, 2023


Today, we're pleased to share with you an audio essay written and read by Jen Oshman, entitled, "An Open Letter to Women Straining under the Burden of Expectations".

Jen Oshman has been in women’s ministry for over two …

Why Have So Many People Stopped Going to Church? (Paul Tripp)

October 2nd, 2023


In this episode, Paul Tripp shares his heart for the church and offers encouragement to Christians that loving God includes loving his people.

Paul …

Answering Common Questions about Mental Illness (David Murray)

September 25th, 2023


In this episode, David Murray answers commonly asked questions about mental illness such as if Christians should ever use medication and how to know …

5 Myths about Quiet Time (Kristen Wetherell)

September 20th, 2023


Today, we're pleased to share with you an audio essay written and read by Kristen Wetherell, entitled, '5 Myths about Quiet Time'.

Kristen Wetherell is a wife, mother, writer, and speaker. She is the author of several …

Have We Domesticated the Cross? (Jeremy Treat)

September 18th, 2023


In this episode, Jeremy Treat addresses the common questions that come up in regard to the doctrine of atonement. He walks through this commonly …

Sexual Confusion, Cultural Lies, and Our Christian Witness (Rosaria Butterfield)

September 11th, 2023


In this episode, Rosaria Butterfield shares the importance of standing on the truth of Christ in our world full of lies about gender and sexual …

On the Crushing Guilt of Failing at Quiet Time (Kevin DeYoung)

September 6th, 2023


Today, we're pleased to share with you an audio essay written and read by Kevin DeYoung, entitled, 'On the Crushing Guilt of Failing at Quiet Time'.

Kevin DeYoung is the senior pastor at Christ Covenant Church in …

Why You Can't Stop Looking at Your Phone (Samuel James)

September 4th, 2023


In this episode, Samuel James unpacks how technology and social media are influencing our lives and argues for the importance of Christian wisdom to …

Is Your Soul Starved for Nourishment? (Kristen Wetherell)

August 28th, 2023


In today's episode, Kristen Wetherell offers encouragement to the Christians wishing they were in the word more.

Kristen Wetherell is a wife, mother, …

"Boasting Only in the Cross of Christ" (John Piper, May 20, 2000)

August 23rd, 2023


Today, we're pleased to share with you John Piper's "seashell" sermon that he gave on May 20, 2000.

John Piper is founder and lead teacher of …

Remembering the "Seashells" Sermon 23 Years Later (John Piper)

August 21st, 2023


In today's episode, John Piper reflects on his last 23 years of ministry starting with him giving his "seashells" sermon back in 2000.

John Piper is founder and lead teacher of and chancellor of Bethlehem …

Christianity Is Both Easier and Harder Than You Think (Kevin DeYoung)

August 14th, 2023


In today's interview, Kevin DeYoung offers encouragement to the Christians who feel like they are not measuring up to what they should be.

Kevin …

5 Reasons to Prioritize Family Worship (Don Whitney)

August 9th, 2023


Today, we're pleased to share with you an audio essay written and read by Don Whitney, entitled, 'Five Reasons to Prioritize Family Worship'.

Donald S. Whitney is a professor of biblical spirituality and associate dean …

Are You Courageous or Cowardly? (Joe Rigney)

August 7th, 2023


In today's interview, Joe Rigney unpacks what Christian courage looks like and addresses the common misconceptions surrounding it.

Joe Rigney serves …

On Apologetics: The Best of The Crossway Podcast

July 31st, 2023


In today's very special episode, we take a look back into The Crossway Podcast archives and put together our favorite clips of authors talking on the …

9 Ways to Guard Your Personal Relationship with God (David Murray)

July 26th, 2023


Today, we are pleased to share an audio essay written and read by David Murray entitled "9 Ways to Guard Your Personal Relationship with God".

David Murray is the senior pastor of First Byron Christian Reformed Church in …

The Doctrine on Which the Church Stands or Falls (Matthew Barrett)

July 24th, 2023


In today's episode, Matthew Barrett unpacks the doctrine of justification and discusses its history within the church and the common misunderstandings we can have regarding it.

Matthew Barrett is an associate professor …

How to Explain the Hypostatic Union to a Fifth Grader (Stephen Wellum)

July 17th, 2023


In today's episode, Stephen Wellum walks through the complex doctrine of the hypostatic union sharing wisdom and bringing clarity to the church.

4 Misconceptions about Contentment (Melissa Kruger)

July 12th, 2023


Today, we are pleased to share an audio essay written and read by Melissa Kruger entitled "4 Misconceptions about Contentment".

Melissa Kruger serves as vice president of discipleship programming for the Gospel Coalition …

How Were the Books of the Bible Chosen? (Michael Kruger)

July 10th, 2023


In this episode, Michael Kruger walks through his own wrestling with the canon and why Christians can have confidence in the Bible they have today.

Michael Kruger is the president and Samuel C. Patterson Professor of New …

Why the Church Needs Spiritual Mothers (Susan Hunt)

July 3rd, 2023


In today's episode, Susan Hunt shares her experience with mentoring in the local church and her encouragement for other women, pastors, and churches in their relationship with women's ministry.

Susan Hunt is the widow of …

4 Privileges We Enjoy as Friends of God (Mike McKinley)

June 28th, 2023


Today, we are pleased to share an audio essay written and read by Mike McKinley entitled "4 Privileges We Enjoy as Friends of God".

Mike McKinley is senior pastor of Sterling Park Baptist Church in Sterling, Virginia. He …

The Life and Legacy of Elisabeth Elliot (Lucy S. R. Austen)

June 26th, 2023


In today's episode, Lucy S. R. Austen shares the story of Elisabeth Elliot from her marriage to the late missionary Jim Elliot to her writing books that shaped generations.

Lucy S. R. Austen is a writer, editor, and …

Parents, Your Kids Will Love What You Love—So Love the Bible (William Osborne)

June 19th, 2023


In today's episode, William (Rusty) Osborne gives advice and wisdom to parents and guardians on how to help children know God and love his word.

William R. Osborne serves as associate professor of biblical and …

5 Questions About Homosexuality (Kevin DeYoung)

June 14th, 2023


Today, we are pleased to share an audio essay written and read by Kevin DeYoung entitled "5 Questions About Homosexuality".

Kevin DeYoung is the …

A Brief Look at One of the Shortest Books in the Bible (Matt Harmon)

June 12th, 2023


In today's episode, Matt Harmon goes through the book of Jude and highlights the relevance of this ancient epistle for the church today.

Matt Harmon

Introducing The Biggest Story Podcast—a New Show for Kids

June 7th, 2023


Today we are pleased to share with you the first episode of Crossway's newest podcast that launches today: 'The Biggest Story'. Join us each Wednesday as we walk through a new Bible story that will help kids see the …

What's Up with That Talking Snake? (Mitch Chase)

June 5th, 2023


In this episode, Mitch Chase walks through the story of the fall in Genesis 3 and explains the common questions that arise from this core passage.

Mitch Chase is an associate professor of biblical studies at the Southern …

Don't Be True to Yourself (Kevin DeYoung)

May 31st, 2023


Today, we are pleased to share an audio essay written and read by Kevin DeYoung entitled "Don't Be True to Yourself".

Kevin DeYoung is the senior …

Enjoying Food, Sports, and the Rest of God's Good Gifts (Joe Rigney)

May 29th, 2023


In today's episode, Joe Rigney walks through his journey with understanding how to love God by loving the good gifts that he gives and offers …

6 Objections to Studying Theology That Don't Hold Up (Jon Nielson)

May 22nd, 2023


In this episode, Jon Nielson confronts all of the most common reasons people hesitate to study systematic theology and advocates for its importance …

9 Principles for Navigating Anxiety and Depression with Your Teen (David Murray)

May 17th, 2023


Today, we are pleased to share an audio essay written and read by David Murray entitled "9 Principles for Navigating Anxiety and Depression with Your Teen".

David Murray is the senior pastor of First Byron Christian …

The Graduation Speech You Won't Hear This Year (Kevin DeYoung)

May 15th, 2023


In today's episode, Kevin DeYoung shares how the advice we so often get from our culture like 'be true to yourself' and 'march to the beat of your …

Wayne Grudem on His Life, Love of Theology, and Translating the Bible (Wayne Grudem)

May 8th, 2023


In today's episode, Wayne Grudem reflects on his life and shares the story of God's faithfulness throughout the years.

Wayne Grudem is a Distinguished …

9 Tips for Making the Most of Your Bible Study (Jen Wilkin)

May 3rd, 2023


Today, we are pleased to share an audio essay written and read by Jen Wilkin entitled "9 Tips for Making the Most of Your Bible Study"

Jen Wilkin is a Bible teacher from Dallas, Texas. As an advocate for biblical …

Sinclair Ferguson on Living a Life Worthy of the Gospel (Sinclair Ferguson)

May 1st, 2023


In this episode, Sinclair Ferguson explains what it means to live out Paul's directive in Philippians 1:27 to "live a life worthy of the gospel of …

Who's in Charge of the Church? (Sam Emadi)

April 24th, 2023


In this episode, Sam Emadi breaks down what the Bible says about leadership in the church and explains the different ways this can look in the local church.

Sam Emadi serves as the senior pastor at Hunsinger Lane Baptist …

10 Things You Should Know about Justification by Faith (Kevin McFadden)

April 19th, 2023


Today we are pleased to share an audio essay written and read by Kevin McFadden entitled '10 Things You Should Know about Justification by Faith'.

How to Respond to Common Arguments against Christianity (William Lane Craig)

April 17th, 2023


In this episode, Willaim Lane Craig discusses what it means and looks like for Christians to defend their faith. While answering common questions about Christianity, he offers encouragement to all believers to handle …

How Does Life Change If God Is Actually My Friend? (Mike McKinley)

April 10th, 2023


In today's episode, Mike McKinley shares how God desires to be our friend and how by leaning into that our entire relationship with him can be changed.

Mike McKinley is the senior pastor of Sterling Park Baptist Church …

Introducing the Women of the Word Podcast with Jen Wilkin

April 5th, 2023


Today we are pleased to share with you the first episode of Crossway's newest podcast that launches today: 'Women of the Word: How to Study the Bible with Jen Wilkin'. Join Jen Wilkin over the next ten weeks as she …

Help Jump-Start Your Journey through Scripture (Jonathan Pennington)

April 3rd, 2023


In today's episode, Jonathan Pennington uses the metaphor of a road trip to discuss the different stages of studying Scripture and the potholes to …

Does It Matter What I Believe? (Samuel James)

March 27th, 2023


In today's episode, Sam James walks through the common arguments against studying theology and why knowing what we believe matters so much.

Sam James …

10 Things You Should Know About Christian Hospitality (Rosaria Butterfield)

March 22nd, 2023


Today we are pleased to share an audio essay written and read by Rosaria Butterfield entitled '10 Things You Should Know About Christian Hospitality'.

How Journaling Could Reinvigorate Your Prayer Life (Erika Allen)

March 20th, 2023


In today's episode, Erika Allen walks through the struggles of having a consistent prayer life and how journaling can aid in the time we spend with God.

Erika Allen is the director of Bible editorial for Crossway. She is …

10 Reasons It's Good to Be a Girl (Jen Oshman)

March 15th, 2023


Today, we are pleased to present an audio essay written and read by Jen Oshman entitled '10 Reasons It's Good to Be a Girl'.

Jen Oshman has been in women’s ministry for over two decades as a missionary and pastor’s wife …

What an Old Puritan Can Teach Us about the Holy Spirit (Andrew Ballitch)

March 13th, 2023


In today's episode, Andrew Ballitch gives an overview of who John Owen was and walks through his work on the Holy Spirit.

Andrew S. Ballitch is the …

The Life and Legacy of J. I. Packer (Sam Storms)

March 8th, 2023


Today, Crossway is proud to re-share the release of a podcast originally posted in July of 2020 celebrating J. I. Packer's life and ministry. Sam …

Help! My Christian Life Is a Mess (Lewis & Sarah Allen)

March 6th, 2023


In today's episode, Lewis and Sarah Allen discuss how to have faith in the midst of the trials and struggles of life.

Sarah leads the women’s ministry and Lewis serves as senior pastor of Hope Church in Huddersfield, …

John Piper Answers Common Questions About the Second Coming (John Piper)

February 27th, 2023


In this episode, John Piper answers tough questions surrounding the second coming and points out that the most important question is the one we are not asking.

John Piper is the founder and lead teacher of …

A Sermon from the First Black Ordained Preacher in America (Lemuel Haynes)

February 22nd, 2023


Today, we are pleased to share with you an audiobook preview for Selected Sermons by Lamuel Haynes.

Born in 1753, Lamuel Haynes was an indentured servant who grew to become a dynamic and influential reformed preacher and …

Are You an Evangelical, a Pharisee, or Both? (Michael Reeves)

February 20th, 2023


In today's episode, Michael Reeves discusses how the Pharisees are not just the 'bad guys' from the Bible, but an example of what hypocrisy can look like in the church even today.

Michael Reeves is president and …

The Puritans We Forgot (Jenny-Lyn de Klerk)

February 13th, 2023


In today's episode, Jenny-Lyn de Klerk shares about Puritan women and what we can learn today from these forgotten Puritans. While highlighting Lucy Hutchinson, Jenny-Lyn showcases how the stories we may not know are …

Women Were Puritans Too (Jenny-Lyn de Klerk)

February 8th, 2023


Today, we are pleased to present an audio essay written and read by Jenny-Lyn de Klerk entitled "Women Were Puritans Too".

Jenny-Lyn de Klerk works as …

Conservatives, Progressives, and the Pursuit of the Common Good (Andrew Walker and Robert George)

February 6th, 2023


In today's episode, conservative scholar Robert George and Andrew Walker discuss the idea of the common good and how it informs American conservatism.

The Greatest Act of Redemption in the Entire Old Testament (Ian Vaillancourt)

January 30th, 2023


In today's interview, Ian Vaillancourt walks through the exodus and shares how God's plan of redemption shines throughout it.

Ian J. Vaillancourt is an associate professor of Old Testament and Hebrew at Heritage …

An Open Letter to a Struggling Mom (Katie Faris)

January 25th, 2023


Today, we are pleased to share an audio essay written and read by Katie Faris entitled 'An Open Letter to a Struggling Mom'.

Katie Faris is a contributing writer to several blogs including the Gospel Coalition and Risen …

The Dark History of Abortion in America (Leah Savas)

January 23rd, 2023


In today's episode, Leah Savas shares the forgotten history of abortion in America and how it can influence the way Christians can view the movement today. Through sharing stories and discussing the recent overturn of …

The Unexpected Sorrows of Motherhood (Katie Faris)

January 16th, 2023


In today's interview, Katie Faris shares how the comfort of God can be found even in the struggles and sorrows of motherhood. Sharing her own stories and experiences with motherhood, Katie Faris unpacks how God is still …

10 Practices to Kill Pride (Gavin Ortlund)

January 11th, 2023


Today we're pleased to share with you an audio essay, written and read by Gavin Orland entitled "10 Practices to Kill Pride".

Gavin Ortlund serves as senior pastor of First Baptist Church of Ojai in Ojai, California. He …

The Cure to Our Polarization and Outrage: Humility (Gavin Ortlund)

January 9th, 2023


In today's episode, Gavin Ortlund discusses humility and what it means for Christians to exhibit it in all areas of life.

Pride is something everyone understands and has dealt with in life. However, are there still …

New Daily Devotional Podcasts for Men and Women

January 4th, 2023


Today, we are proud to give you today's episode from Crossway's new daily devotional podcast for men - Daily Strength.

Daily Strength is a year-long devotional podcast that walks Christian men through Scripture passages …

Recover the Lost Art of Bible Meditation in 2023 (David Mathis)

January 2nd, 2023


When it comes to the Bible, we often think in terms of two levels, reading and studying. And both of those approaches to Scripture are good and important. However, there's a third approach to engaging with God's word …

12 Quick Questions about the Reliability of the Bible (Peter Williams)

December 26th, 2022


Have you ever struggled with believing in the reliability of the Bible? Ever wondered how Christians can be so sure about the text they have? In today's interview, Peter Williams responds to 12 frequently asked …

There's More to the Christmas Story Than You Think (Benjamin L. Gladd)

December 19th, 2022


Most Christians know that the Bible presents Jesus as Israel's Messiah and the fulfillment of many of the prophecies and promises of the Old …

Marriage Questions about Sex, Submission, and In-Laws (Chad and Emily Van Dixhoorn)

December 12th, 2022


Marriage is a wonderful gift given to us by God for our good, the good of our children, and ultimately the good of the world. And yet, despite this, …

D. A. Carson on His Life, Vision for Ministry, and Biggest Influences (D. A. Carson)

December 5th, 2022


For decades, D. A. Carson has been a pillar of Evangelical scholarship. He is a renowned Bible scholar and commentator who's written more books on …

Why Discernment Today Is So Needed Yet So Neglected (Tim Challies)

November 28th, 2022


Every day we're bombarded with messages and ideas that vie for our attention and acceptance. And with the internet and social media dominating so much of our lives, the need for spiritual discernment, the ability to …

Our Pastors Are in Crisis, and You Can Help (Peter Orr)

November 21st, 2022


Do you pray for your pastor? What does it mean to fight for your pastor? In this interview, Peter Orr shares insights into the unique challenges and trials that pastors face, and what the church can do to support them. …

What Your Muslim Neighbor Misunderstands about Christianity (A. S. Ibrahim)

November 14th, 2022


Around the world, Muslims are coming to Christ more than ever before. However, many Christians know very little about their Muslim neighbors. What are their attitudes, their beliefs, and their worldview? What we fail to …

10 Things You Should Know about Limited Atonement (Jonathan Gibson)

November 9th, 2022


Jonathan Gibson is an ordained minister in the International Presbyterian Church, United Kingdom, and associate professor of Old Testament at …

Is the Sabbath Still Relevant for Christians? (Guy Waters)

November 7th, 2022


Is the Sabbath relevant for Christians today? And if it is, what should that look like in our lives? How does the Sabbath relate to Sunday, the day …

Growing as a Follower in a Culture Obsessed with Leadership (Joanne Jung and Richard Langer)

October 31st, 2022


Our world loves to talk about leadership. We host leadership conferences, write leadership books, and attend leadership training seminars. But what …

Embracing Spiritual Authority in the Face of Pastoral Failure (David Mathis)

October 24th, 2022


Spiritual authority. In our world today, it's a fraught topic that evokes strong reactions from many different sides. What is it? Who has it? How is …

How Can We Be Sure We Have the Right Bible? (John D. Meade & Peter J. Gurry)

October 17th, 2022


For millennia, Christians around the world have embraced the Bible to be the inspired, authoritative word of God given to his people for their salvation and spiritual nourishment. But where did we get this book that we …

10 Things You Should Know about Church Discipline (Jonathan Leeman)

October 12th, 2022


Today, we're excited to share with you an audio essay written and read by Jonathan Leeman entitled 10 Things You Should Know about Church Discipline.

Why Is Obeying God So Simple and Yet So Incredibly Hard? (David Gibson)

October 10th, 2022


Have you ever felt convicted by James 1:22?

"But be doers of the word, and not hearers only, deceiving yourselves."

How many of us have read that verse and felt the pangs of conscience? Knowing how often we do in fact …

The Dehumanizing Habits That Social Media Has Normalized (Paul Tripp)

October 3rd, 2022


If you spend any time on social media, you know how toxic that environment can be.

Every day it seems like someone is being canceled, controversies …

Fighting for Faith in the Midst of Doubt (Glenna Marshall)

September 26th, 2022


Have you ever struggled with doubt?

"Is the Bible true?" How Do I know if I'm actually saved?" "Does God really love me?"

If you've asked these questions before you're not alone. Although doubt is a common experience, we …

Why You Can't Put Jesus in a Box (Rebecca McLaughlin)

September 19th, 2022


Who is Jesus?

Our world has all kinds of opinions about the most famous person in human history. Some say he was a great moral teacher, a prophet, an advocate for social justice, while others consider him a …

10 Reasons Pastors Should Study the Bible in it's Original Languages (Peter Williams)

September 7th, 2022


Today, we're pleased to share with you an audio essay written and read by Peter Williams entitled 10 Reasons Pastors Should Study the Bible in Its …

The Basics of Good Preaching (Doug O'Donnell)

September 5th, 2022


In today's episode, Doug O’Donnell talks through common questions laypeople and pastors alike have about preaching and what makes for a good sermon.

Doug is the co-author of The Beauty and Power of Biblical Exposition: …

Does God Choose Who Will Be Saved? (Robert Letham)

August 29th, 2022


In today's episode, Robert Letham talks about predestination, God’s sovereignty, free will, and how it all fits together.

Robert is the author of

The Greatest Chapter in the Bible (Andy Naselli)

August 22nd, 2022


In today's episode, Andy Naselli talks about what he considers to be the greatest letter ever written and what might lay claim to the title, “Greatest Chapter in the Bible”: Romans chapter 8.

Andy is the author of the

4 Questions about Suffering (Mark Talbot)

August 17th, 2022


Today, we're excited to share with you an audio essay written and read by Mark Talbot entitled 4 Questions about Suffering.

Mark is the author of Give Me Understanding That I May Live: Situating Our Suffering within …

The Antidote to a Boring Prayer Life (Don Whitney)

August 15th, 2022


In today's episode, Don Whitney talks about a simple, proven approach to prayer that has the potential to transform your spiritual life for the …

10 Things You Should Know about the Presence of God (Ryan Lister)

August 10th, 2022


Today, we're excited to share with you an audio essay written and read by Ryan Lister entitled 10 Things You Should Know about the Presence of God.

15 Questions about Reading and Understanding the Bible (Greg Gilbert)

August 8th, 2022


In today's episode, Greg Gilbert answers common questions about reading the Bible such as: How do I get started with a consistent habit of Bible …

"It Is Well with My Soul" (Joni Eareckson Tada)

August 5th, 2022


In her own way, Joni Eareckson Tada has faced unimaginable suffering as well. And similarly, her faith and perseverance in the midst of trials has been an inspiration and encouragement to Christians all around the …

Paralysis, Heartache, and Hymns of Hope (Joni Eareckson Tada)

August 1st, 2022


In today's episode, Joni Eareckson Tada talks about her initial reaction to learning—at the young age of 17—that she would never walk again; how she …

Race, Ethnicity, and the Bible (Steven Bryan)

July 25th, 2022


In today's episode, Steven Bryan talks about how Christians should approach the various “collective identities” that bind—and divide—us in our world …

10 Things You Should Know about Family Discipleship (Adam Griffin)

July 20th, 2022


Today, we're excited to share with you an audio essay written and read by Adam Griffin entitled "10 Things You Should Know about Family Discipleship".

12 Key Tools for Bible Study (Lydia Brownback)

July 18th, 2022


In today's episode, Lydia Brownback discusses 12 key tools for Bible study that all Christians can use—tools that will help us go deeper into the …

Why Your Job Has Meaning and Purpose . . . Even If You Don't Like It (Bryan Chapell)

July 11th, 2022


In today's episode, Bryan Chapell talks about why the work you do day-in and day-out matters to God—probably more than you realize.

Bryan is the author of Grace at Work: Redeeming the Grind and the Glory of Your Job.

Read …

Why Apologetics Is Easier Than You Think (Neil Shenvi)

July 4th, 2022


In today's episode, Neil Shenvi talks about why we must not stop advocating for the truthfulness of Christianity—even in our post-truth age.

Neil is …

10 Things You Should Know about Abortion (Scott Klusendorf)

June 29th, 2022


Today, we're pleased to share with you an audio essay written and read by Scott Klusendorf entitled "10 Things You Should Know about Abortion."

Scott …

Are You Ashamed of Yourself? Jesus Isn't (Erik Raymond)

June 27th, 2022


In today's episode, Erik Raymond talks about why nothing in our lives is a surprise to our Savior.

Erik is the author of He Is Not Ashamed: The …

Roe v. Wade Has Been Overturned. Now What? (Scott Klusendorf)

June 25th, 2022


Yesterday, the Supreme Court of the United States released their ruling on the case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, effectively …

The NT Authors Quoted the OT Way More Than We Do (Greg Lanier)

June 20th, 2022


In today's episode, Greg Lanier talks about the many ways that the Old Testament stands as an indispensable foundation for the New.

Greg is the author …

Full Audiobook: 'Why Should We Love the Local Church?' by Dustin Benge

June 15th, 2022


In Why Should We Love the Local Church?, Dustin Benge—an associate professor of biblical spirituality and historical theology at the Southern Baptist …

Don't Despair, Jesus Can Rewrite Your Story (David Murray)

June 13th, 2022


In today's episode, David Murray talks about why there’s more to our stories than what we can do or have done, and how, in Christ, our stories can …

Positive Thinking ≠ Lasting Encouragement (Lindsey Carlson)

June 6th, 2022


In today's episode, Lindsey Carlson talks about the discouragement we all face and where to turn for true encouragement that won’t let us down.

Lindsey is the author of A Better Encouragement: Trading Self-Help for True …

Why Is Our Culture So Obsessed With Identity? (Brian Rosner)

May 30th, 2022


In today's episode, Brian Rosner talks about how our cultural obsession with identity impacts us as Christians and how we should think about that …

Does Your Heart Ache for More? (Amy DiMarcangelo)

May 23rd, 2022


In today's episode, Amy DiMarcangelo talks about how our many longings point us to Christ—the only person who understands our every need and offers us eternal joy in himself.

Amy is the author of A Hunger for More: …

Struggling To Pray? Start Here. (Kevin DeYoung)

May 16th, 2022


In today's episode, Kevin DeYoung talks about our common struggle to pray, and how the Lord's Prayer - the prayer that Jesus offered as a model for our pray - can help us to pray to God day in and day out.

Kevin is the …

Preview: 'The Dragon and the Stone' by Kathryn Butler

May 13th, 2022


In this preview episode of Kathryn Butler's new book, 'The Dragon and the Stone', the first in The Dream Keeper Saga, Butler introduces us to the Somnium realm and mixes fantasy with Christian themes, taking …

10 Things You Should Know about the Book of Revelation (Nancy Guthrie)

May 11th, 2022


Today, we're excited to share with you an audio essay written and read by Nancy Guthrie entitled "10 Things You Should Know about the Book of …

Dragons, Absent Fathers, and Stories That Heal (Kathryn Butler)

May 9th, 2022


In today's episode, Kathryn Butler talks about the power of stories to help our kids grasp and value the true story of God’s redemption. Katie shares about how reading with her kids helped to carry her family through …

Preview: Nancy Guthrie's New Podcast on the Book of Revelation

May 4th, 2022


Crossway is pleased to announce the launch of our newest podcast: Blessed: Conversations on the Book of Revelation.

Join Nancy Guthrie—author, Bible …

Why You Shouldn't Be Afraid of the Book of Revelation (Nancy Guthrie)

May 2nd, 2022


In today's episode, Nancy Guthrie discusses why the book of Revelation is actually more accessible, more timely, and more encouraging than you probably know.

Nancy is the author of Blessed: Experiencing the Promise of …

Q&A: Michael Reeves Answers Your Questions about Evangelicalism

April 27th, 2022


A few weeks ago, we asked readers to submit their questions about the topic of evangelicalism for Michael Reeves. Many of you sent questions from …

Can Affectionless Faith Be Genuine? (John Piper)

April 25th, 2022


In today's episode, John Piper discusses how he himself came to saving faith in Jesus—and how his view of that faith has changed over the years.

John is the author of What Is Saving Faith?: Reflections on Receiving …

10 Things You Should Know about the Sexual Revolution (Carl Trueman)

April 20th, 2022


Today, we're excited to share with you an audio essay written and read by Carl Trueman entitled "10 Things You Should Know about the Sexual Revolution

Why Are We Apathetic about What Really Matters? (Uche Anizor)

April 18th, 2022


In today's episode, Uche Anizor discusses his own story of wrestling with apathy; 7 deadly causes of spiritual apathy that we should all be on the …

How to Lament After Two Years of Loss (Mark Vroegop)

April 11th, 2022


In today's episode, Mark Vroegop considers what it looks like to lament the COVID-19 pandemic—and how that lament can help us heal, both individually and as churches.

Mark is the author of Dark Clouds, Deep Mercy: …

Preview: 'Gospel People' by Michael Reeves

April 6th, 2022


In this preview episode of Michael Reeves' new book, 'Gospel People: A Call for Evangelical Integrity', Reeves argues from a global, scriptural, and historical perspective that, while it’s not necessary to discard the …

What's Happening To Evangelicalism? (Michael Reeves)

April 4th, 2022


In today's episode, Michael Reeves discusses the term “evangelical” and the different ways it’s often used in our culture today, how we should …

The Art Process Behind 'The Biggest Story Bible Storybook' (Don Clark)

March 30th, 2022


In this special bonus episode, Don Clark discusses what appealed to him (and what scared him) about illustrating the stories of the Bible; his …

If You Don't Catechize Your Kids, the World Will (Kevin DeYoung)

March 28th, 2022


In today's episode, Kevin DeYoung talks about the catechetical battle that we’re all engaged in—whether we want to be or not—and how Christians (parents and non-parents alike) can help children to trust Jesus, embrace …

We're in a Strange New World. Now What? (Carl Trueman)

March 21st, 2022


In today's episode, Carl Trueman explores the history of Western thought with the view of answering two simple questions: How did we get here? and …

Confronting the Idols of Body Image, Sex, Abortion, and Motherhood (Jen Oshman)

March 14th, 2022


In today's episode, Jen Oshman discusses the many empty promises that the culture of the modern world makes that run counter to the clear teaching of …

Do You See the Church as Lovely? (Dustin Benge)

March 7th, 2022


In today's episode, Dustin Benge explains why the church—despite all her faults—is worth fighting for.

Dustin is the author of The Loveliest Place: …

Are We in a Loneliness Epidemic? (Lydia Brownback)

February 28th, 2022


In today's episode, Lydia Brownback talks about her experience of the pandemic and its effects on her social life as a single person, and how Christians can rally together and support one another in the wake of two …

Overcoming Me-Centered Discipleship (Jonathan Dodson)

February 21st, 2022


In today's episode, Jonathan Dodson talks about what a gospel-centered approach to discipleship entails. He highlights the importance of transparency …

Preview: 'Demystifying Decision Making' by Aimee Joseph

February 16th, 2022


In this preview episode of Aimee Joseph's new book, 'Demystifying Decision-Making: A Practical Guide', Aimee highlights the “drama of decision-making” and explains how our worldview shapes our approach to making …

The Problem with Modern Missions (Matt Rhodes)

February 14th, 2022


In today's episode, Matt Rhodes considers what it should look like to pursue cross-cultural missions with a focus on long-term success and why the …

The Life and Legacy of Dietrich Bonhoeffer (Stephen Nichols)

February 7th, 2022


In today's episode, Stephen Nichols discusses the remarkable life, tragic death and enduring legacy of the German theologian and pastor Dietrich …

We're Thinking About Technology All Wrong (Tony Reinke)

January 31st, 2022


In today's episode, Tony Reinke considers what the Bible has to say about human innovation and the things we create, why Christians are often so attracted to tech dystopianism, the future of AI, Facebook’s new …

Why Is Making Decisions So Hard? (Aimee Joseph)

January 24th, 2022


In today's episode, Aimee Joseph discusses why we struggle to make decisions, where God's will fits in to the topic, and how we can work on our efforts to make God-honoring choices in everyday life.

Aimee is the author …

Hear What God Has Truly Done With Your Sin (Sam Storms)

January 17th, 2022


In today's episode, Sam Storms talks about how God deals with our sin, once and for all.

Sam is the author of A Dozen Things God Did with Your Sin …

How to Endure Inexplicable Suffering (Eric Ortlund)

January 10th, 2022


In today's episode, Eric Ortlund looks at the example of Job and how, as Christians, we should respond when we face a Job-like ordeal—suffering that …

Full Audiobook: 'How Can I Get More Out of My Bible Reading' by Jeremy Kimble

January 5th, 2022


Reading the Bible is essential to the Christian faith, but many of us struggle to study it faithfully. In How Can I Get More Out of My Bible Reading?

What Really Happened at Pentecost? (Patrick Schreiner)

January 3rd, 2022


In today's episode, Patrick Schreiner discusses the story of Pentecost—a fascinating—but also somewhat confusing—account of the sending of the Holy …

A Realistic Approach to New Year's Resolutions (David Murray)

December 27th, 2021


In today's episode, David Murray discusses what Christians should think about the value of resolutions and what it should look like to work hard to …

Teaching Your Kids the Real Meaning of Christmas (William Smith)

December 20th, 2021


In today's episode, William Smith offers parents simple advice for viewing the holiday season as a special opportunity to point our kids’ hearts to …

Preview: A Special Excerpt from 'R. C. Sproul' by Stephen Nichols

December 14th, 2021


In honor of the anniversary of R. C. Sproul's passing on this day in 2017, Crossway is pleased to share a special one-hour excerpt from 'R. C. …

An Overlooked Problem of Atheism (Mitch Stokes)

December 13th, 2021


In today's episode, Mitch Stokes talks about the many problems with an atheistic worldview—including logical holes that skeptics often prefer to …

Preview: 'Be Thou My Vision' by Jonathan Gibson

December 8th, 2021


Today's episode is a special audio preview of Jonathan Gibson's new book, Be Thou My Vision: A Liturgy for Daily Worship.

Gibson has created a 31-day guide designed to provide structure for our daily worship, both as …

How Ancient Liturgy Can Renew Your Walk With Jesus Today (Jonathan Gibson)

December 6th, 2021


In today's episode, Jonathan Gibsons talks about why liturgy—something he argues that we all already have, even if we don’t know it—can be such a …

Q&A: A Bible Scholar Answers Your Questions about the Book of Revelation (Tom Schreiner)

November 29th, 2021


A few weeks ago, we asked readers to submit their questions about the book of Revelation and surrounding topics for New Testament scholar Tom …

How to Find a New Church (Mickey Klink)

November 22nd, 2021


In today's episode, Mickey Klink talks about what you should look for in a new church, what factors (the preaching, the music, and the theology of …

What You Believe About God's Sovereignty Matters for Real Life (Paul Tripp)

November 15th, 2021


In today's episode, Paul Tripp discusses the doctrine of the sovereignty of God, what the Bible actually teaches about the extent of God’s …

Sourdough Starters, Daily Bread, and The Goodness of Jesus (Abigail Dodds)

November 8th, 2021


In today's episode, Abigail Dodds talks about what something as simple as the mixture of flour, water, and yeast can teach us about God, the Bible, and what it really means to be satisfied by our Savior.

Abigail is the …

How Can We Show God's Heart for the Widow? (Brian Croft)

November 1st, 2021


In today's episode, Brian Croft discusses one area of church ministry that still remains largely in the shadows and too often neglected: the care of widows.

Brian is the co-author of Caring for Widows: Ministering God's …

How to Translate the New Testament (Peter Williams)

October 25th, 2021


This month, we’re celebrating the 20th anniversary of the English Standard Version—first published by Crossway in 2001. To help mark this milestone, this month we're releasing a number of fascinating interviews focused …

How to Translate the Old Testament (Jack Collins)

October 20th, 2021


This month, we’re celebrating the 20th anniversary of the English Standard Version—first published by Crossway in 2001. To help mark this milestone, this month we're releasing a number of fascinating interviews focused …

How Do I Discipline My Kids Without Shaming Them? (Heather Nelson)

October 18th, 2021


In today's episode, Heather Nelson—a writer, a counselor, and a mom—talks about what it looks like to pursue shame-free parenting so that we might have joy-filled homes.

Heather is the author of Unashamed: Healing Our …

The Making of the ESV Study Bible (Justin Taylor)

October 13th, 2021


This month, we’re celebrating the 20th anniversary of the English Standard Version—first published by Crossway in 2001. To help mark this milestone, this month we're releasing a number of fascinating interviews focused …

Mind Your Own Conscience and Love Your Neighbor (J. D. Crowley and Andy Naselli)

October 11th, 2021


In today's episode, J. D. Crowley and Andy Naselli discuss the conscience, whether we should always obey our conscience, what to do when our …

Q&A: A Bible Translator Answers Your Questions about the ESV

October 6th, 2021


This month, we’re celebrating the 20th anniversary of the English Standard Version—first published by Crossway in 2001. To help mark this milestone, this month we’re releasing a number of fascinating interviews focused …

How to Have Hard Conversations with Those You Love (Cheryl Marshall and Caroline Newheiser)

October 4th, 2021


In our interview today, Cheryl Marshall and Caroline Newheiser, two counselors with years of experience, discuss how to have hard conversations with …

Full Audiobook: 'The Expulsive Power of a New Affection' by Thomas Chalmers

September 29th, 2021


In 'The Expulsive Power of a New Affection' Thomas Chalmers inspires his readers to remove the tangles of sin through the expulsive power of a new …

Q&A: Ray Ortlund Answers Your Questions about Porn and Pastoral Ministry

September 27th, 2021


A couple months ago, we asked listeners to submit their questions for pastor Ray Ortlund related to the difficult topic of porn and pastoral …

Becoming Better or Going Deeper? How Real Change Happens (Dane Ortlund)

September 20th, 2021


In this episode, Dane Ortlund discusses why we, as children of God, can remain hopeful—even when our journey toward Christlikeness is painfully slow, …

Preview: 'The Death of Porn' by Ray Ortlund

September 15th, 2021


In this special preview episode of Ray Ortlund's new book, The Death of Porn: Men of Integrity Building a World of Nobility, Ortlund assures readers that God loves them the most tenderly in their moments of deepest …

The Fight Against Porn Is a Fight For Justice (Ray Ortlund)

September 13th, 2021


In this episode, Ray Ortlund talks about how the truth that we are royalty—created in God’s image for a great and noble purpose—has the power to free us from the dehumanizing lies of the porn industry.

Ray Ortlund is the …

Was Jesus a Pacifist? (Tom Schreiner)

September 6th, 2021


In this episode, Tom Schreiner discusses whether or not Jesus taught a form of pacifism, and how we should square Jesus’s command to love our enemies …

Coming Soon: In the Lord I Take Refuge with Dane Ortlund

September 2nd, 2021


Crossway is pleased to announce the launch of our newest podcast: In the Lord I Take Refuge with Dane Ortlund.

Join Dane—a pastor and best-selling author—Monday through Friday each week on a journey through all 150 …

A Better Way to Talk about the "Call to Ministry" (Bobby Jamieson)

August 30th, 2021


In this episode, Bobby Jamieson talks about his own path to church leadership, what role seminary played, and as well as what advice he'd give to …

Real Faithfulness Is the Kind No One Sees (Glenna Marshall)

August 23rd, 2021


In this episode, Glenna Marshall talks about the life-changing practice of Scripture memory, the oft-given advice to give ourselves grace, and the importance of being transparent with other Christians when perseverance …

What Keeps You From Going to Church? (Jonathan Leeman)

August 16th, 2021


In this episode, Jonathan Leeman discusses the vital importance of in-person church fellowship, how we can and should prioritize involvement with the …

Knowing Your Heart and When (Not) to Follow It (Craig Troxel)

August 9th, 2021


In this episode, Craig Troxel talks about the difference between a Christian and secular understanding of the heart, the heart's spiritual functions …

Why Your Physical Body Matters to God (Sam Allberry)

August 2nd, 2021


In this episode, Sam Allberry talks about the eternal significance of our physical bodies, how it relates to our identity, and why our bodies matter here and now, especially in relation to the brokenness that we all …

Reading the Psalms with Jesus In View (Dane Ortlund)

July 26th, 2021


In this episode, Dane Ortlund discusses how the psalms uniquely invite us into prayer and devotion, how they reflect the greatness of God, and how He cares for His people.

Dane Ortlund is the author of In the Lord I Take …

What Pastors Can Learn from Richard Baxter (Tim Cooper)

July 19th, 2021


In this episode, Tim Cooper discusses the importance of Richard Baxter, a Puritan responsible for many key (if not misunderstood or difficult to …

A Controversy About the Nature of Grace and Freedom From the Law (Sinclair Ferguson)

July 12th, 2021


In this episode, Sinclair Ferguson discusses the relevance of church history and divisive theological positions as we dig into a largely forgotten …

What I Wish I Knew in Seminary after 30 Years in Ministry (Dave Harvey)

July 5th, 2021


In this episode, Dave Harvey, president of The Great Commission Collective church planting ministry, talks about his own path to ministry, what he …

Help! I'm Afraid to Share My Faith (Isaac Adams)

June 28th, 2021


In today's episode, Isaac Adams discusses the nature of evangelism and why we so often feel intimidated, unequipped or unsure of how to even speak about the Gospel to others in our lives. Isaac provides encouragement …

Why Union with Christ Is More Amazing Than You Think (Marcus Johnson)

June 21st, 2021


In today's episode, Marcus Johnson—assistant professor of theology at Moody Bible Institute, and the author of One with Christ: An Evangelical …

Full Audiobook: "The Promise" by Jason Helopolous

June 16th, 2021


In this special episode, we’re pleased to share the complete audio recording of this brand-new children’s book, right here on The Crossway Podcast. Narrated by Mike Kellogg, this book will help your family see God’s …

5 Attributes of God We Too Often Neglect (Mark Jones)

June 14th, 2021


In today's interview, Mark Jones talks about how to bring the seemingly contradictory realities about God together in our own minds, namely how …

The Life and Mind of C. S. Lewis (Harry Lee Poe)

June 7th, 2021


In this episode, Harry Lee Poe discusses the formative years of C.S. Lewis as a prolific writer amidst a private life, including fascinating details …

Debunking Myths about Jesus (Stephen Wellum)

May 31st, 2021


In this episode, Stephen Wellum discusses myths and misconceptions about Jesus that obscure his true significance—for history and for our own lives, digging into some of those myths and explore why Jesus is far …

Q&A: Paul Tripp Answers Your Questions about Marriage

May 24th, 2021


A few weeks ago, we asked readers to submit their marriage questions for Paul Tripp. Many of you sent questions from around the world, questions …

The Meaningful Work of Church Deacons (Matt Smethurst)

May 17th, 2021


In this episode, Matt Smethurst discusses the important role that deacons—model servants—should play in the life of a local church. He walks us …

What Your Marriage Needs Most (Paul David Tripp)

May 10th, 2021


In this episode, Paul Tripp discusses how the gospel comes to bear on the day-to-day realities of marriage and why that's more than just a platitude. …

Why Did God Let Job Suffer? (Christopher Ash)

May 3rd, 2021


In this episode, Christopher Ash discusses the story of Job to answer the question "Where is God in the midst of suffering?" With honesty and …

Trauma, Pain, and Loss: A Doctor's Story of Faith and Healing (Kathryn Butler)

April 26th, 2021


In this episode, Kathryn Butler discusses her work as a trauma surgeon working in an ICU. She shares what it was like to be inundated with life-and-death situations, day in and day out; how she coped with the stress and …

Help! I Can't Find Someone to Disciple Me (Garrett Kell)

April 19th, 2021


In this episode, Garrett Kell discusses why all Christians are called to be discipled and to disciple others. He reflects on why that might look different for different people in different seasons of life, highlights …

How Should We Define the Gospel? (Greg Gilbert)

April 12th, 2021


In this episode, Greg Gilbert discusses why Christians so often struggle to clearly define a simple yet foundational concept: the gospel. He highlights the temptation we all face to subtly subtract from or add to the …

Faith, Family, and the Creative Life (Ruth Chou Simons)

April 7th, 2021


In this episode, Ruth Chou Simons discusses her life as an artist. She digs into what makes her tick, including her passion for creating beautiful …

Surviving College With Your Faith Intact (Michael Kruger)

April 5th, 2021


In this episode, Michael Kruger discusses what it takes for Christian college students to make it through college with their faith intact. He …

Full Audiobook: 'The Biggest Story' by Kevin DeYoung

April 1st, 2021


In The Biggest Story, Kevin DeYoung—a best-selling author and father of nine—leads kids and parents alike on an exciting journey through the Bible, connecting the dots from the garden of Eden to Christ's death on the …

Preview: 'Ten Words to Live By' by Jen Wilkin

March 29th, 2021


In this hour-long special preview episode of Jen Wilkin's new book, 'Ten Words to Live By: Delighting in and Doing What God Commands', Jen presents a fresh biblical look at the Ten Commandments, showing how they come to …

Delighting in the Ten Commandments (Jen Wilkin)

March 29th, 2021


In this episode, Jen Wilkin discusses a well-known yet, according to Jen, often misunderstood and misapplied section of Scripture: the Ten Commandments. She explains why the Ten Commandments are more interesting and …

Why Your Church Needs Plural Leadership (Dave Harvey)

March 22nd, 2021


In this episode, Dave Harvey discusses why plural leadership, a team of elders, is so crucial for the health of a local church. He explains why he thinks the term plurality is often affirmed, but then also often …

Preparing Our Kids for a Post-Christian World (Rebecca McLaughlin)

March 15th, 2021


In this episode, Rebecca McLaughlin discusses what it looks like for parents to prepare their teens for a life in a post-Christian world. She reflects on kids' propensity to ask hard questions and why that's a good …

God's Plan for Corporate Worship (Matt Merker)

March 8th, 2021


Matt Merker discusses the central importance of corporate worship for the life of the Christian. He shares his thoughts on the effect that COVID-19 …

Q&A: Dane Ortlund Answers Your Questions about the Heart of Christ for Sinners

March 3rd, 2021


A couple of weeks ago, we asked readers to submit their questions for Dane Ortlund, and many of you sent in questions from around the world. Questions like how Christ's gentleness fits with his wrath, whether or not we …

The Life and Legacy of R. C. Sproul (Stephen Nichols)

March 1st, 2021


Stephen Nichols discusses the fascinating life and ministry of the late R. C. Sproul. He reflects on the first time he met Sproul and talked with him …

Preview: 'R. C. Sproul' by Stephen Nichols

March 1st, 2021


Listen to a special one-hour preview of 'R. C. Sproul', including the book's introduction and first chapter. Stephen J. Nichols offers an in-depth …

Diagnosing the Heart of Anger (Christopher Ash)

February 22nd, 2021


Christopher Ash discusses why anger is such a powerful, dangerous emotion for the Christian. He walks through some of the key Bible passages that …

God's Work in the African Church (Conrad Mbewe)

February 17th, 2021


Conrad Mbewe discusses what American Christians should know about the church in Africa. He dispels common misconceptions related to African …

The Power of Habitual Gratitude (Sam Crabtree)

February 15th, 2021


Sam Crabtree discusses what the Bible really means when it says to be "thankful always and for everything" in passages like Ephesians 5:20. He …

Inherent Dangers of the Information Age (Brett McCracken)

February 8th, 2021


Brett McCracken discusses what it looks like to pursue true wisdom in a noisy and confused age. He highlights the dangers of living in a constantly connected, information-saturated world, explains why the local church, …

Honoring God in Singleness and Dating (Marshall Segal)

February 1st, 2021


Marshall Segal discusses singleness and dating as a Christian. He shares some of his own story including his struggle with contentment as a single person, how to deal with feelings of guilt and shame related to your …

Help! I'm Married to My Pastor (Jani Ortlund)

January 25th, 2021


Jani Ortlund discusses the joys and challenges of being a pastor's wife. She reflects on what it's been like to be married to a pastor and immersed …

Should Christians Fear God? (Michael Reeves)

January 18th, 2021


Michael Reeves discusses what the Bible is actually getting at when it commands us to "fear the Lord." He makes the case for the difference between …

Practicing Hospitality in a Pandemic (Rosaria Butterfield)

January 11th, 2021


Rosaria Butterfield discusses what it looks like to embrace the Christian call to radical hospitality even during a pandemic. She shares about how her family has sought to continue reaching out to those around them with …

Disciplines of a Godly Woman (Barbara Hughes)

January 4th, 2021


Barbara Hughes discusses why discipline is important for Christian women. She highlights her own struggle to cultivate a disciplined life over the …

Disciplines of a Godly Man (Kent Hughes)

December 28th, 2020


Kent Hughes discusses why discipline is so important for the life of a Christian man. He explains how discipline is actually aimed at freeing us to be the men that God called us to be, how to fight the addiction to …

How to Lead God-Glorifying Worship (Bob Kauflin)

December 21st, 2020


Bob Kauflin discusses his work as a songwriter and worship leader. He reflects on how God led him into a career in music, what his process looks like when it comes to writing songs for the church, and what it's like to …

How to Become Fluent in the Gospel (Jeff Vanderstelt)

December 14th, 2020


Jeff Vanderstelt discusses what it means to be fluent in the gospel and why that's an essential part of what it means to live as a disciple of Jesus. …

A Christian Scientific Perspective on Evolution (Stephen Meyer)

December 7th, 2020


Stephen Meyer discusses the controversial topic of theistic evolution. He explains what the term does and doesn't mean, describes the amazing digital …

Do You Know That Jesus Is Praying for You? (Joel Beeke)

November 30th, 2020


Joel Beeke discusses the doctrine of Christ's ongoing intercession in heaven. He explains what that doctrine is all about, where we find it in the Bible, and why it is more important and spiritually edifying …

Can We Really Be Content? (Erik Raymond)

November 23rd, 2020


Erik Raymond discusses what it looks like to cultivate a spirit of contentment in a world that often seems dead set on helping us do just the …

Preview: 'The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self' by Carl Trueman

November 17th, 2020


Listen to a special two-hour preview of 'The Rise and Triumph of the Modern Self,' including the book's introduction and first chapter. Historian …

Making Sense of Transgenderism and the Sexual Revolution (Carl Trueman)

November 16th, 2020


Carl Trueman discusses our culture's current obsession with identity and changing attitudes about gender and sexuality. He offers a crash course on …

New from Crossway: The Emblems of the Infinite King Podcast

November 13th, 2020


Crossway is pleased to announce the launch of our newest podcast: Emblems of the Infinite King, an imaginative journey through the grand …

Snakes and Satan in the Story of Scripture (Andy Naselli)

November 9th, 2020


Andy Naselli discusses snakes in the Bible. He talks about why Satan appeared to Adam and Eve as a talking serpent in Genesis 3, where else snakes and dragons appear in Scripture and why it matters for our understanding …

Covenant Theology 101 (Guy Waters)

November 2nd, 2020


Guy Waters discusses how to understand the biblical covenants and how they help us to read Scripture rightly. He addresses what people often get …

How Should Christians Navigate Political Disagreements among Friends? (Jonathan Leeman)

October 26th, 2020


Jonathan Leeman discusses how Christians should think about political disagreements within the church. He makes the important distinction between …

Understanding the Presence of God (Ryan Lister)

October 19th, 2020


Ryan Lister discusses what it means when the Bible says that God is with us. He unpacks the idea of the presence of God throughout Scripture, addresses common misconceptions about what that phrase really means, and …

The Day I Lost My 3-Year-Old Son (Cameron Cole)

October 12th, 2020


Cameron Cole discusses the unexpected death of his three-year-old son, Cam. He shares about the initial shock when he first heard the terrible news, …

Do Christians Need to Follow the Mosaic Law? (Frank Thielman)

October 5th, 2020


Frank Thielman discusses what the New Testament, and particularly the apostle Paul, teaches about how Christians today should think about the Mosaic …

Can Christians Embrace God and Science? (Brad Sickler)

September 28th, 2020


Brad Sickler discusses how Christians should think about recent developments in our understanding of the brain and cognitive science. He explains why …

Habits for Better Bible Reading (Drew Hunter)

September 21st, 2020


Drew Hunter discusses advice for Christians eager to reinvigorate, or maybe jumpstart for the first time, a consistent Bible reading habit. He reflects on how to avoid viewing time in God's Word as merely a task on a …

The Church's Leadership Crisis (Paul David Tripp)

September 14th, 2020


Paul Tripp discusses what he calls "the leadership crisis" in the church today. He explains what he's been seeing and hearing from pastors that …

How I Study the Bible (Lauren Chandler)

September 7th, 2020


Lauren Chandler discusses her habit on reading and studying the Bible. She reflects on the biggest influences on how she engages with Scripture even today, explains the way the Bible impacts her work as a songwriter, …

Why You Shouldn't Feel Bad about Enjoying the World (Joe Rigney)

August 31st, 2020


Joe Rigney discusses why it's okay to celebrate God's good gifts. He explains the impact that John Piper and Christian hedonism have had on his life …

Asking God "Why" in the Midst of Suffering (Mark Talbot)

August 24th, 2020


Mark Talbot discusses what the Bible has to say about suffering and the question that we all so quickly come to: "Why?" He shares some of what God has taught him through his own experience of profound pain, reflects on …

Family Discipleship 101 (Adam Griffin)

August 17th, 2020


Adam Griffin discusses what it looks like for parents to prioritize the important but mostly ordinary spiritual leadership of their family. He debunks common misconceptions about what family discipleship has to look …

Tips for Leading an Effective Bible Study (Lydia Brownback)

August 10th, 2020


Lydia Brownback discusses some of her tips for leading an effective, engaging Bible study. She reflects on what she has learned over the years from Bible studies she's been a part of, offers advice for keeping the …

New from Crossway: 30 Days in the Psalms with Kristyn Getty

August 8th, 2020


Crossway is pleased to announce the launch of our newest podcast: 30 Days in the Psalms with Kristyn Getty.

Listen now:

Hymns and the Joy of Singing (Kristyn Getty)

August 3rd, 2020


Kristyn Getty discusses congregational singing, the power of music for teaching doctrine, and the foundational role of Scripture for the Christian …

The Blessings and Burdens of Pastoral Ministry (Jeff Robinson)

July 27th, 2020


Jeff Robinson discusses the unique blessings and burdens of pastoral ministry. He reflects on the challenging seasons in ministry from his own life, seasons when he contemplated leaving the pastorate altogether, …

How Confronting Death Helps Us Live (Matt McCullough)

July 20th, 2020


Matthew McCullough discusses how thinking and being really honest about the reality of death can paradoxically free us to find hope and joy in God …

The Life and Legacy of J. I. Packer (Sam Storms)

July 18th, 2020


In this special episode, we want to remember J. I. Packer, who went home to be with the Lord yesterday. Born in 1926, J. I. Packer is widely …

Help! My Teen Is Struggling with Anxiety and Depression (David Murray)

July 13th, 2020


David Murray discusses how parents can help teens who struggle with anxiety and depression. He reflects on the dramatic rise in teen anxiety and depression in the U.S. over the last few years, offers guidance for …

Learning from the Church Fathers (Michael Haykin)

July 6th, 2020


Michael Haykin discusses what we can learn from the early church fathers today. He reflects on what we should make of the early church's allegorical …

What If I Don't Feel Like Going to Church? (Gunner Gundersen)

June 29th, 2020


Gunner Gundersen discusses what to do when you just don't feel like going to church. He explains why that might be the most important time to lean into corporate worship with other Christians, reflects on the hard work …

Thinking Biblically about Transgenderism (Denny Burk)

June 22nd, 2020


Denny Burk discusses how Christians should think about transgenderism. He walks through the Bible's countercultural teaching on gender and sexuality, …

How to Pursue Meaningful Mentoring Relationships (Melissa Kruger)

June 15th, 2020


Melissa Kruger discusses the importance of mentoring relationships for all Christians. She reflects on her own experiences learning life-changing …

Using Stories to Help Kids Understand Right and Wrong (Betsy Childs Howard)

June 8th, 2020


Betsy Childs Howard discusses stories and the importance of moral formation for children. She talks about why stories are such a powerful tool for …

A First Step toward Racial Reconciliation (Mark Vroegop)

June 6th, 2020


Mark Vroegop discusses the challenge of racial reconciliation and how the biblical practice of lament offers Christians from different backgrounds a common language for productive, God-honoring conversation. He shares …

Learning to Love the Local Church (Megan Hill)

June 1st, 2020


Megan Hill discusses the importance of the local church for our lives as God's people. She reflects on the challenging season we've all been in due to COVID-19, explains why the local church is so essential for our …

Are Christians More Divided Now Than Ever? (Rhyne Putman)

May 25th, 2020


Rhyne Putnam discusses how Christians should think about theological diversity and disagreement within the body of Christ. He highlights the …

New from Crossway: The Big Picture Story Bible Podcast

May 23rd, 2020


Today, we're excited to announce the launch of a new podcast from Crossway created for the whole family: The Big Picture Story Bible …

Understanding the World of the Bible through Archaeology (David Chapman)

May 18th, 2020


David Chapman discusses what it's like to be an archaeologist. He shares from his experiences overseeing an excavation site in the Middle East, …

How to Create a Plan for Family Worship (David Murray)

May 11th, 2020


David Murray discusses the why and how of family worship. He reflects on the impact regular family worship had on his own life as a child, shares …

Where Is God in Suffering? (Ligon Duncan)

May 4th, 2020


Ligon Duncan discusses how Christians can face profound life-changing suffering with their faith intact. He shares stories of severe suffering from …

Rethinking Multiservice and Multisite Church (Jonathan Leeman)

April 27th, 2020


Jonathan Leeman discusses his argument that multiservice and multisite models run counter to the pattern for the local church we see in the New …

Does Jesus Really Like Me? (Dane Ortlund)

April 20th, 2020


Dane Ortlund discusses his answer to a question we've all wrestled with at some point: does God actually like me? He highlights what Scripture says about God's disposition towards us as redeemed sinners. He explains …

The Scoundrels of Scripture (Nancy Guthrie)

April 13th, 2020


Nancy Guthrie discusses some of the less well-loved characters of Scripture like tax collectors, scribes, Pharisees, and even Judas Iscariot, Jesus's …

Full Audiobook: 'Coronavirus and Christ' by John Piper

April 8th, 2020


In this special episode, we're sharing a full audio recording of Coronavirus and Christa brand-new book written and read by John Piper.

On …

Gracefully Dealing with Doctrinal Disagreement (Gavin Ortlund)

April 6th, 2020


In this episode, Gavin Ortlund discusses what to do when you disagree with another Christian on some point of doctrine. He shares his thoughts on the …

New from Crossway: The Gentle and Lowly Podcast

March 31st, 2020


The Gentle and Lowly podcast is a 14-day audio devotional exploring the heart of Christ for sinners and sufferers. 

Join Dane Ortlund each day for a brief Scripture reading as well as a devotional meditation on …

Are You Aware of Your Own Blind Spots? (Collin Hansen)

March 30th, 2020


Collin Hansen discusses the idea of blindspots—problems with our lives, priorities, and even theology that we don't even know are there. He explains …

How to Become a Better Bible Reader (Phil Ryken)

March 23rd, 2020


Phil Ryken discusses the literary qualities of Scripture. He makes the case for focusing not just on what the biblical writers said, but also on how they said it, which contributes to the meaning of the text. He also …

A Christian Doctor's Guide to Thinking about Coronavirus (Bob Cutillo, MD)

March 19th, 2020


Bob Cutillo discusses the current coronavirus pandemic. He explains what's currently happening in the US and around the world, offers a broader …

How to Plan Your Next Sermon Series (Tim Patrick)

March 16th, 2020


Tim Patrick explores how to plan a sermon series. He highlights his own process for conceptualizing, scheduling, and studying for a new series, …

8 Questions to Ask Every Time You Open Your Bible (Matthew Harmon)

March 9th, 2020


Matthew Harmon discusses eight simple questions to ask when studying the Bible, questions that help us get at the true meaning of Scripture, and how to apply it to our lives today. He explains why all Christians, not …

The Danger in Being a Self-Made Woman (Jen Oshman)

March 2nd, 2020


Jen Oshman discusses what it looks like to pursue real fulfillment in God, rather than in self. She explains what's wrong with the self-obsessed, …

Are Christians Obligated to Give 10%? (Sam Storms)

February 24th, 2020


Sam Storms discusses what the Bible teaches about tithing. He explores the word's Old Testament background, examines whether or not Christians are obligated to give 10% of their income today, offers advice related to …

The Freeing Reality that You Are Not Enough (Jen Wilkin)

February 17th, 2020


Jen Wilkin discusses our God-given limits as created beings. She reflects on why the common refrain that we should look inside ourselves for meaning …

Navigating Conflict in Marriage (Christopher Ash)

February 10th, 2020


Christopher Ash discusses how to navigate conflict in marriage. He reflects on some of the struggles that he and his wife have wrestled with over their three decades of marriage, shares biblical wisdom for working …

Is the Church Facing a Discipleship Crisis? (Ajith Fernando)

February 3rd, 2020


Ajith Fernando discusses the critical importance of personal discipling relationships for every Christian. He shares why he thinks there's a discipleship crisis in the church today, even among pastors and church …

Are We Undervaluing the Lord's Supper? (Tim Chester)

January 27th, 2020


Tim Chester discusses the Lord's Supper, explaining why he thinks many evangelical churches undervalue communion, the significance of the fact that Jesus gave us the physical elements of bread and wine, and what it …

Common Misconceptions about Heaven (Ian Smith)

January 20th, 2020


Ian Smith discusses what the New Heavens and New Earth will be like when Jesus returns. He considers the popularity of heaven tourism books and what …

The Human Need to Connect (Ed Welch)

January 13th, 2020


Ed Welch discusses the human need for relationship, both with God and with other people. He reflects on the epidemic of loneliness in our world today, what the Bible teaches us about our identity as priests unto God, …

Help! I Hate My Job (Jim Hamilton)

January 6th, 2020


In this episode, Jim Hamilton discusses what to do when you hate your job. He offers encouragement for those frustrated in their work, reflects on God's original intention for work at creation, and explains the …

How to Read the Bible Every Day in 2020 (David Mathis)

December 30th, 2019


David Mathis discusses how anyone can make Bible reading a habit in 2020. He reflects on the pros and cons of New Year's resolutions, shares why he …

Distinguishing Christmas Tradition from Truth (Andreas Köstenberger)

December 23rd, 2019


Andreas Köstenberger explores how to distinguish fact from fiction when it comes to the Christmas story. He shares his thoughts on the real date of Jesus's birth, talks about what was really going on with the wise men …

Navigating Grief during the Holidays (Nancy Guthrie)

December 16th, 2019


Nancy Guthrie discusses dealing with grief over the holidays. She reflects on her own experiences of great loss and suffering, shares what God has …

What Is the Mark of the Beast? (Thomas Schreiner)

December 9th, 2019


Thomas Schreiner discusses the book of Revelation. He reflects on the best way to approach the book when studying it for the first time, explains what the mark of the beast is really all about, and offers words of …

How to Do Family Worship During the Holidays (Donald Whitney)

December 2nd, 2019


Don Whitney discusses how to help your family not lose sight of God and the gospel during the holidays. He explains why it's worth it to prioritize …

The Case for Complementarianism (John Piper)

November 25th, 2019


John Piper discusses the case for complementarianism. He shares about how his own upbringing—and the example of his parents—influenced his views on marriage, what a husband's leadership practically looks like day-in and …

The Man behind Calvinism (Derek Thomas)

November 18th, 2019


Derek Thomas discusses John Calvin's enduring legacy. He reflects on the importance of predestination and election in John Calvin's theology as a …

Are Angels and Demons Still Active Today? (Graham Cole)

November 11th, 2019


Graham Cole discusses what the Bible really teaches us about angels. He talks about the different kinds of angels mentioned in Scripture, whether or …

Is Evangelicalism out of Touch with Church History? (Gavin Ortlund)

November 4th, 2019


Gavin Ortlund explores whether or not Protestant Evangelicals are out of touch with church history. He discusses the rich legacy of Christian thinking that evangelicals have as their own heritage, the dangers of …

What Do Protestant Evangelicals and Roman Catholics Disagree About? (Michael Reeves)

October 28th, 2019


Michael Reeves discusses what the Protestant Reformation was really all about, and whether or not it's still relevant today. He reflects on the …

Common Misconceptions about the Trinity (Fred Sanders)

October 21st, 2019


Fred Sanders discusses what it really means to say that God is a Trinity—three persons in one God. He explains why the doctrine of the Trinity is essential to the gospel even if it seems abstract or confusing, …

Prayer as an Invitation, Not an Obligation (John Onwuchekwa)

October 14th, 2019


John Onwuchekwa discusses what it means to have a real relationship with God through prayer. He shares about the day he received a phone call letting …

C. S. Lewis on Truth, Beauty, and the Human Heart (Joe Rigney)

October 7th, 2019


Joe Rigney explores the legacy of one of the most beloved Christian thinkers and writers of the 20th century—C. S. Lewis. He discusses how Lewis managed to so brilliantly capture the complexities of the human heart in …

Can Christians Lose Their Salvation? (Dennis Johnson)

September 30th, 2019


Dennis Johnson discusses Hebrews 6:4–6, one of the New Testament's most famous—and debated—warning passages, a section of Scripture that many people think teaches that Christians can lose their salvation. He explains …

How to Intentionally Disciple Your Kids (Lindsey Carlson)

September 23rd, 2019


Lindsey Carlson explores what it looks like for parents to intentionally disciple their teens. She offers advice on helping young people use social …

The Unlikely Legacy of Jonathan Edwards (Dane Ortlund)

September 16th, 2019


Dane Ortlund discusses the life and legacy of Jonathan Edwards, the 18th century preacher most famous for his sermon "Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God." He reflects on his ministry as a pastor, how the beauty of God …

God's Sovereignty, Pastoral Burnout, and Racism (John Piper)

September 9th, 2019


John Piper discusses God's sovereignty, pastoral burnout, and the sin of racism. He reflects on how it is that God can be absolutely sovereign and …

Were the First Christians Socialists? (Greg Forster)

September 2nd, 2019


Greg Forster discusses whether or not the first Christians were socialists, reflecting on how believers should think about our global economy, the …

How Reliable Is the New Testament? (Peter Williams)

August 26th, 2019


Peter Williams answers a crucial question: can we really trust the New Testament Gospels? He discusses what it means the Bible is inspired, why we can have confidence that our modern English Bibles are consistent with …

The Truth about Satan and Demons (Iain Duguid)

August 19th, 2019


Iain Duguid discusses Satan and demons, explaining what the Bible really teaches us about the devil, how to avoid overestimating or underestimating his impact on the world and even on our day-to-day lives, and why our …

What It Takes to Persevere as a Pastor (John MacArthur)

August 12th, 2019


John MacArthur digs into what it takes to persevere as a pastor. He explains why it seems like pastoral failure and burnout are more common than …

The Heart of the Abortion Debate (Scott Klusendorf)

August 5th, 2019


Scott Klusendorf discusses abortion and the current state of the pro-life movement. He highlights the biggest mistakes pro-life people tend to make when discussing abortion, explains why be believes pictures of aborted …

What We Often Get Wrong about Our Emotions (Alasdair Groves)

July 29th, 2019


Alasdair Groves explains the importance of emotions, and what the Bible teaches about them. He highlights how our emotions relate to our reason, ways …

Why Church History Matters (Justin Taylor)

July 22nd, 2019


Justin Taylor reflects on the immense importance of church history, highlighting why it’s important to make time for it alongside our study of the …

The Rewarding Risks of Church Membership (Thabiti Anyabwile)

July 15th, 2019


Thabiti Anyabwile reflects on the value and benefits of local church membership, showing what the Bible really teaches about the idea of formal membership, sharing his heart for those who feel like they've been hurt by …

The Surprising Power of Lament (Mark Vroegop)

July 8th, 2019


Mark Vroegop shares his family’s story of loss and grief when confronted with the death of his unborn daughter, recounting how God used that experience to introduce him to the biblical concept of lament—an honest yet …

How to Date Your Wife (Justin Buzzard)

July 1st, 2019


Justin Buzzard offers advice for husbands eager to love and serve their wives on a daily basis. He highlights why men should prioritize their …

A Trauma Surgeon’s Guide to Modern Medicine and the End of Life (Kathryn Butler, MD)

June 24th, 2019


Kathryn Butler shares from her experiences working as a trauma surgeon in an ICU, correcting common misconceptions about CPR, ventilators, and other forms of intensive care medicine and offering biblical wisdom for …

Verses That Changed My Life (John Piper)

June 17th, 2019


In this episode, John Piper reflects on key verses that have had a big impact on his life—verses that helped him trust God in the midst of a …

The Gospel’s Global Advance (Tim Keesee)

June 10th, 2019


In this interview, Tim Keesee shares from his own experiences talking with Christians around the globe, reflecting on his work as a missions journalist, the reality of persecution, and the best way to approach …

Calvinism 101 (Kevin DeYoung)

June 3rd, 2019


In this interview, Kevin DeYoung unpacks Calvinism, explaining the famous 5 points summarized in the TULIP acrostic, the problem with cage-stage Calvinists, and the one question he’d ask Armninians to consider.

The False Messages Facing Women Today (Lydia Brownback)

May 27th, 2019


Lydia Brownback highlights the false messages directed at Christian women today, reflecting on the increase of anxiety and depression among believers, the importance of discernment when it comes to the Christian leaders …

Why You Probably Need a Digital Detox (Tony Reinke)

May 20th, 2019


In this interview, Tony Reinke reflects on how to do a digital detox, why we should be careful with our social media habits, and what the …

Christians, the LGBTQ Community, and the Call to Hospitality (Rosaria Butterfield)

May 13th, 2019


In this interview, Rosaria Butterfield recounts her own encounter with radically ordinary hospitality as an unbelieving lesbian—sharing how God used such hospitality to break down her preconceived ideas about …

Womanhood and the Bible (Abigail Dodds)

May 6th, 2019


In this interview, Abigail Dodds takes a fresh look at what the Bible actually says about womanhood, discussing some of the differences and similarities between men and women, reflecting on the use of the term …

Is Singleness Superior to Marriage? (Sam Allberry)

April 29th, 2019


In this interview, Sam Allberry shares from his own experiences as a single person, explains what the Bible really teaches about singleness, …

Is Christianity On the Decline? (Rebecca McLaughlin)

April 22nd, 2019


In this interview, Rebecca McLaughlin highlights the failure of the ”secularization hypothesis“—the idea that religion would eventually …

How to Read the Old Testament in a Christ-Centered Way (Bryan Chapell)

April 15th, 2019


In this interview, Bryan Chapell helps us understand how to the approach the Old Testament—a section of the Bible that can often feel confusing and intimidating—and encourages us to read it with an eye toward …

Parenting in Light of the Gospel (Paul Tripp)

April 8th, 2019


In this interview, Paul Tripp reflects on his own parenting journey, the most common questions he gets asked about parenting, and how he …

Why Every Christian Should Care about Adoption (Russell Moore)

April 1st, 2019


In this interview, Russell Moore shares about his own family’s adoption journey—and how it impacted his view of the gospel.

He reflects on the way God changed his heart with regard to adoption, helping him come …

How to Study the Bible (Jen Wilkin)

April 1st, 2019


In this interview, we talk with Jen Wilkin about the importance Bible study for our lives as Christians, even if that study looks different in the various seasons of life.

Jen discusses some of the things God …

The Danger of Burnout and How to Avoid It (David Murray)

April 1st, 2019


In this interview, we sit down with David Murray to discuss a difficult yet increasingly important topic: burnout.

David shares from his own …

A Sneak Peek at The Crossway Podcast

March 25th, 2019


Welcome to The Crossway Podcast, a show where we sit down with authors each week for thoughtful interviews about the Bible, theology, church …

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