by Interviewed by Richard Doster and John Robertson
Knowing the Reality of Our Triune God

In the final analysis Packer writes, “What matters supremely is not that I know God, but the larger fact which underlies that knowledge: He knows me.”

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Finding God’s Fingerprints

Our challenge as people of faith is not just to believe in miracles, but to look for them and to point them out to the miraculous world around us.

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A Community of Grace for the Sexually Broken

For the church to welcome sexual sinners, it must be a community of grace where sinful people hear truth in the context of caring relationships, and where they learn that sexual sin isn’t unforgivable.

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Valentine’s Day

“I love you means giving completely of yourself for others — God, your spouse, your brother, your neighbor, your comrades-in-arms.”

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Choosing a President While Worshipping a King

If politics makes strange bedfellows, then the call of Christ makes stranger ones still.

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