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Mercy for Today: A Daily Prayer from Psalm 51

Mercy for Today: A Daily Prayer from Psalm 51

by Jonathan Parnell

You cannot make it without God’s mercy.   Do we just need God’s grace in dark and shameful moments? Are prayers for mercy only for those times when we really mess up? Jonathan Parnell says we need God’s mercy all the time. In fact, contrary to many church cultures, Parnell shows that asking God for mercy should be as regular as as… Read more…

Never Settle for Normal: The Proven Path to Significance and Happiness
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Never Settle for Normal: The Proven Path to Significance and Happiness

by Jonathan Parnell

Narrated by Parnell, Jonathan

We’re All Glory-Chasers and Pleasure-Seekers Every human wants to matter and be happy. . .as it should be. God made us to resemble and reflect His worth as we enjoy our true identity in Him.   But we too often swap that calling for the trifles of this world, pursuing cheap substitutes to fill the craving of our souls. As Jonathan Parnell puts it, … Read more…

Designed for Joy: How the Gospel Impacts Men and Women, Identity and Practice

Designed for Joy: How the Gospel Impacts Men and Women, Identity and Practice

by David Mathis, Jonathan Parnell, Gloria Furman, Courtney Reissig, Owen Strachan, Denny Burk, Joe Rigney, Grant Castleberry, GraceAnna Castleberry, Christina Fox, Andy Naselli, Trillia Newbell, Marshall Segal and Brandon D. Smith

“Male and female he created them.” —Genesis 1:27 It’s one of the most important—and controversial—topics of our time. God created men and women in his image—equal in value and complementary in roles. These distinctive roles are not the vestiges of a bygone era, but integral to God’s timeless good design for humanity. Designed for Joy includes… Read more…

How to Stay Christian in Seminary

How to Stay Christian in Seminary

by John Piper, David Mathis and Jonathan Parnell

Seminary is dangerous. Really dangerous. The hard truth is that many seminarians enter pastoral ministry feeling drained, disillusioned, and dissatisfied. But the problem isn’t with the faculty or the material. Rather, the most perilous danger to the soul of the pastor-in-training is the sin residing deep within his own heart. Drawing on their years of pas… Read more…