Blog

Why Martin Luther Loved Christmas

Why Martin Luther Loved Christmas

Keith Getty
Christmas is a time to remember. The familiar smells from the kitchen. The familiar sounds of children laughing. The familiar glow of a dimly lit tree. Each of... Read More
The Day an Unreached Village Heard the Gospel

The Day an Unreached Village Heard the Gospel

Kelley Housley
When the children of Israel passed through the waters of the Jordan on dry land, they took twelve stones out of the Jordan and set them up as a monument. Thus,... Read More
How God Helped Us Tell the Old, Old Story in a New, Unreached Place

How God Helped Us Tell the Old, Old Story in a New, Unreached Place

Kelley Housley
Ever ponder the scene in heaven when the gospel penetrates a brand new people group?  I still wonder what a peek into the spiritual realm would have revealed... Read More
What the Prince of Peace Came to Destroy

What the Prince of Peace Came to Destroy

David Platt
Christmas destruction. The phrase doesn’t exactly give you all those warm holiday feelings inside. You’d probably rather think about other things at... Read More
Making the Most of December in Your Preaching

Making the Most of December in Your Preaching

Paul Alexander
I’ve gotta admit, I love Christmas time just as much as anybody—the incarnation hymns, the decorations, the family time, the brisk air, even the... Read More
Worth the Wait

Worth the Wait

Scott James
On that blank page in between the Old and New Testaments in my Bible, I have a message written out: ... Read More
Maximizing the Benefit of Corporate Worship

Maximizing the Benefit of Corporate Worship

Ben Reaoch
“Dad, can you see I’m getting bigger?” ... Read More
Advent is for the Humble and the Hungry

Advent is for the Humble and the Hungry

David Burnette
Our culture is enamored with the wealthy and the powerful. Athletes, actors, politicians, and successful CEOs––these people just seem to matter more. Even... Read More
Why All the Talk about Advent?

Why All the Talk about Advent?

Mandy Hewitt
Your story may be similar to mine: you grew up in a Protestant, Bible-believing church that joyfully celebrated the coming of Christ at Christmas, but you... Read More
Biblical Priorities for Musical Worship: An Interview with Bob Kauflin

Biblical Priorities for Musical Worship: An Interview with Bob Kauflin

Bob Kauflin
Many churches spend a lot of time and money on their musical worship, but they have not thought carefully about how God’s Word speaks to this important topic.... Read More

Archive

Sign up for Radical Updates

If you would like periodic updates on Radical and the ministry of David Platt, please sign up here.