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The Gospel Coalition Podcast features keynote and breakout sessions from our national, regional, and women's conferences. We exist to equip the next generation of believers, pastors, and church leaders to shape life and ministry around the gospel.
 
Explore what it means to follow Jesus Christ within the cultural context of New York City. Join the pastoral team at Trinity Grace Church (TGC) for sermons, teachings, and conversations recorded live at our weekly worship gathering in the Park Slope neighborhood of Brooklyn. Each episode is framed and contextualized specifically for our local congregation and city. This podcast is a production of Trinity Grace Church, a non-denominational Christian church in Park Slope, Brooklyn. Our vision ...
 
Gospelbound, hosted by Collin Hansen for The Gospel Coalition, is a podcast for those searching for firm faith in an anxious age. Each week, Collin talks with insightful guests about books, ideas, and how to navigate life by the gospel of Jesus Christ in a post-Christian culture.
 
A high-quality Pathfinder actual play podcast set in the homebrewed world of Sword Art Online. Follow alongside the AOD guild as they fight their way through each floor trying to find a way to escape the game. Comedy and drama abound. This is the main feed for MRPF. We are running the Sword Art Online: AOD and The Gate Chronicles campaigns concurrently. Release Schedule: AOD on Sundays 9am EST and TGC Bi-Weekly Wednesdays 9am EST. Rated PG-13 for occasional mild language, violence, and dark ...
 
On the Appeal to Heaven podcast, Chase Wilder, Andy Sivils and Jeremy Dolence talk about Politics and culture from a biblical, Christ centered viewpoint. We believe that Christians engaging in the realm of politics and social institutions in order to advance the kingdom of God is an essential aspect of the Gospel of Jesus Christ. “He is the beginning, the firstborn from the dead, that in everything he might be preeminent. For in him all the fullness of God was pleased to dwell, and through h ...
 
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During The Gospel Coalition’s 2018 Women’s Conference, Noël Piper, Latoya McCutcheon, Lauren Hansen, and Megan Hill participated in a panel discussion titled “Co-Laboring in the Gospel: A Conversation for Pastors’ and Elders’ Wives.” Through the conversation, they encouraged and challenged ministry wives, knowing that the role in which they walk is…
 
On New Years Eve, I had a thought. Why don't I make a mix to show the vibe of a TGC Party and what you might here. So after a drink or two, I made this mix. Only keeping this up for six weeks then it will be deleted. Sorry for the Sound pause an hour in, Equipment snafu
 
If I want to read anyone’s reflections on recent years, it’s Russell Moore. The president of the Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission of the SBC hasn’t been as visible or vocal as he was before 2017, at least until the last week following the attack on the U.S. Capitol. But his newest book, The Courage to Stand: Facing Your Fear Without Losing Y…
 
It is always worth asking why the summary of a particular sermon is included in Acts. Sometimes the answer is immediately obvious, at least in part. For example, Peter’s sermon on the day of Pentecost, reported in Acts 2: whatever its distinctive features, it is above all the first post-resurrection Christian evangelistic sermon, the first Christia…
 
It is worth comparing the two italicized passages (Neh. 2; Acts 12:1–19). The same God is behind both situations, of course. In both situations, a lone servant of God faces the challenge of building up and strengthening God’s people in the teeth of opposition from some pretty hostile customers. Both men are in danger, in part for political reasons,…
 
Caleb Clardy, founding pastor at Trinity Grace Church, teaches from Matthew 2:1–15 on the First Sunday after Epiphany, speaking in Park Slope on January 10, 2021. This is the first in our Epiphany series, "Encountering the Presence." The weekly teaching is contextualized specifically for our church in the Park Slope neighborhood and our local congr…
 
The pawty made their way to the supposed location of the Mountain King's castle, only to discover no actual castle in sight. After exploring the area further, the sinister scent of a Dream Eater caught their attention and in their pursuit of it awoke a stone guardian. A deadly encounter ensued and the pawty was victorious, but just then, the earth …
 
Trevin Wax gave a message at TGC's 2017 National Conference, encouraging us to pursue faithfulness and remember the gospel, even in the midst of a culturally anxious and troubled age. Though many things have changed since originally delivered, the heart of Wax's message remains the same. “Yes, we are surrounded, but not by cultural challenges and t…
 
Our vision is myopic and our understanding patchy. We rarely “read” really well the events going on around us. Consider the immediate aftermath of the martyrdom of Stephen (Acts 8:1–5). “On that day a great persecution broke out against the church at Jerusalem” (Acts 8:1). That situation probably was not very comfortable for the believers undergoin…
 
To teach us how to teach the book of James, Nancy Guthrie talked with Dan Doriani, vice president of strategic academic initiatives and professor of theology at Covenant Theological Seminary in St. Louis. Doriani is the author of Getting the Message: A Plan for Interpreting and Applying the Bible, a book that is essential reading for every Bible te…
 
Although the seven men who are appointed to certain responsibilities in Acts 6:1–7 are not explicitly called “deacons,” few doubt that this is the beginning of what came to be called the diaconate. Several points call for comment: (1) What precipitates this step is a problem—a particular kind of problem. The Greek-speaking Jewish Christians are dis…
 
All good things must come to an end. While the pawty patrolled Dream Island and made acquaintance with the new locals of the area, foul news interrupted their happy day. Bones returned from an excursion on the mainland, announcing that the witches seem to be making their move towards awakening the third sister. While Uther is not ready to take his …
 
Caleb Clardy, founding pastor at Trinity Grace Church, teaches from 2 Peter 1:3-11 on the Second Sunday after Christmas, speaking in Park Slope on January 3, 2021. This is part of our Christmastide series, "Beyond Resolutions." The weekly teaching is contextualized specifically for our church in the Park Slope neighborhood and our local congregatio…
 
Rest seemed inevitable to everyone but Mest. His paranoid state led him to be the "watcher in the night." Unfortunately for him, a lack of sleep only aided in his mental degradation. As he finally gets some shuteye, the remaining group take some time to regather materials and Fin tries to secure passage on the Caravan. The only problem is the coin …
 
At last we reach the climax of redemption (Rev. 21). In his final vision, John sees “a new heaven and a new earth” (Rev. 21:1). Some notes: (1) The absence of any sea (Rev. 21:1) does not establish the hydrological principles of the new heaven and new earth. The sea, as we have noted before, is symbolic for chaos, the old order, death. And so the s…
 
Revelation 19 is divided into two parts. In the first part, John hears the roar of a great crowd in heaven shouting out various lines of unrestrained praise, joined by various others in antiphonal unity. The first stanza of adoration (Rev. 19:1–3) praises God because he has condemned the great prostitute (see the reflections for December 26–27), th…
 
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