It seems like everything moves faster in the fall. Has the hurried pace ever left you feeling helpless? Paul Tripp provides hope for those who have said, "Why even bother...."
We're always hoping for something . In this blog post, Paul Tripp gives five principles about hope to help shape the way you think about your life in the new year.
We can all observe the growth and struggle of a toddler. They are immature, and awkward as they grow. Paul Tripp writes that we ought to watch our behavior in an effort to make sure we ourselves aren’t acting as toddler-Christians.
Paul Tripp want us to consider the question: “Where is God calling you to share the Gospel?” Using the story of Jonah, Tripp helps us frame our preconceptions with the truth of who God is.
From football to finances and family we can often have a tendency to replace our affections with personal identity. Pastor Paul Tripp helps us understand this subtle transfer and corrects it with the gospel.
We all love to love, but is your love really true love? Paul Tripp helps us think rightly about the way in which we act out our love.
“I’m not always excited about reading and studying the Bible.” Stemming from this confession, Pastor Paul Tripp seeks to stir to read with three simple thoughts.
Human beings are glory junkies. We are addicted to the pursuit of self-glory. Paul Tripp provides four factors which contribute to this distorted view of self.
In Revelation 19 we get a glimpse at the world’s greatest worship service. Paul Tripp gives us five important observations on this future event.