Recent Stories

Two Ways to Read the Bible in 2020

 | 
One of the most transformative things I ever did was read through the entire Book of Genesis – slowly – with the help of several commentaries back in 2003. I’d never done that before. I had read commentaries before for school and I had read through the whole Bible, but I had never intentionally chosen a book of the Bible for intense study and meditation over the course of an entire year – and it turned out to be one of the…
Share
The Merits and Demerits of a Longtime Bestseller
 | 
Here’s an out-of-left-field question for you: which book continues, at the time of this writing, to ride high within the “top ten” of Christian best-seller lists fifteen years after its initial release? If you guessed Jesus Calling by Sarah Young, you’re right. The longevity of this devotional’s success is no
Stay Up To Date
By signing up below, you consent to receive electronic updates, articles, media, promotions, and commercial electronic messages from TGC Canada. You can unsubscribe at anytime by hitting "unsubscribe" when we email you or by emailing [email protected]
Editor's Pick

Preaching to the Heart

 | 
When it comes to our knowledge of God and His Word, how do we bridge the gap between the head and the heart? This has been a perennial question among God’s people, as many have struggled to make biblical truth more than a mere abstraction in their lives. The question caught the attention of the Puritans in the seventeenth century. As preachers, they were particularly…

Latest Podcasts

Sponsored

Book Reviews
The Merits and Demerits of a Longtime Bestseller
 | 
Here’s an out-of-left-field question for you: which book continues, at the time of this writing, to ride high within the “top ten” of Christian best-seller lists fifteen years after its initial release? If you guessed Jesus Calling by Sarah Young, you’re right. The longevity of this devotional’s success is no small phenomenon. Merits of Jesus Calling Certainly some statements in Jesus Calling are sound and helpful. They might partially account for the book’s astounding success. First, Jesus Calling reminds us that Jesus’ work on the cross is the foundation for being reconciled with God. Young…
READ MORE
One of the Last Great Lights: Petrus van Mastricht
 | 
Petrus van Mastricht (1630-1706) lived during a key transition from a world with medieval sensibilities to a world of enlightenment. He studied liberal arts and theology, the latter of which he underwent at the Academy of Utrecht. Here, he learned the standard theological textbooks of the Reformed such as
Review of J-Curve
 | 
The J-Curve is an economic concept that has been used for years to express the relationship between currency and investment potential. In his work J-Curve, Paul Miller teaches the church about an economic exchange of a different sort. His is an economy of death to self in exchange for
Surprised By Paradox
 | 
The longer I remain a Christian, the more assurance I find in the mysteries of the faith. When I consider the seeming contradictions within the Incarnation, the Kingdom, Grace, and Lament, they’re almost conspiratorial. They whisper about a reality broader and brighter than either/or; the paradoxes hold out the

The Merits and Demerits of a Longtime Bestseller

 | 
Here’s an out-of-left-field question for you: which book continues, at the time of this writing, to ride high within the

One of the Last Great Lights: Petrus van Mastricht

 | 
Petrus van Mastricht (1630-1706) lived during a key transition from a world with medieval sensibilities to a world of

Review of J-Curve

 | 
The J-Curve is an economic concept that has been used for years to express the relationship between currency and

Surprised By Paradox

 | 
The longer I remain a Christian, the more assurance I find in the mysteries of the faith. When I
LOAD MORE
Loading