Tag Archives: Tim Keller

Unrelenting Grace for Idolaters

It’s not what you have that matters, but what you do with it. So goes the old maxim, and it is true enough so far as it goes. Indeed all of us, whether knowingly or not, heed that proverb every … Continue reading

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The King and His Vineyard

In view of all that God has done for us, what does He expect from us? A day of thanksgiving? Sharing a few words of gratitude? Saying grace before meals? Or does He expect something more? This text shows us … Continue reading

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Should You Pass On Bad Reports?

The following article is written by Tim Keller and David Powlison. It is posted here with permission. ***** One obvious genius of the internet is that it’s “viral.” Information explodes to the whole world. The old neighborhood grapevine and the … Continue reading

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Motherhood, the City, and the Gospel

Joelle Peterson, a member of our church and part of the prospective AccessNYC church planting team, wrote a great piece the other day on life in the city as a young mom. She and her husband Nick moved about a … Continue reading

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Encounters with Jesus

Timothy Keller is launching a new series of ebooks written for non-Christians called Encounters with Jesus. From Dutton: The Gospels are full of encounters that have made a profound impact on those who spoke with Jesus Christ. In this 10-part ebook … Continue reading

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