Tullian Tchividjian

Christian Post Columnist

Making All Things New

We think of ultimate redemption as being redemption from the body, not of the body; redemption from the world, not of the world; redemption from the material, not of the material. This, however, goes against what the Bible clearly teaches about redemption.

Our Worship Is To Be God-Centered

There's a growing trend in some churches to offer door prizes to any returning visitor. One church visited recently by a friend of mine promised him a ten-dollar Starbucks gift card if he came back the following week.

A Continuing Requirement

I've been posting some short excerpts from my forthcoming book Surprised by Grace: God's Relentless Pursuit of Rebels to give you a taste of its content. Below comes from another section entitled "A Continuing Requirement".

God's Non-Negotiable Grace

As I mentioned in my last post, I'll be posting some excerpts from my book Surprised by Grace: God's Relentless Pursuit of Rebels. This excerpt comes from a section entitled "No Deals."

Good News For Losers

A decade ago, some people were offended when media mogul Ted Turner called Christianity "a religion for losers" (he later expressed regret for that and similar remarks). But the fact is, in one sense Ted Turner was exactly right.

Counterfeit Gospels

In light of Paul Tripp coming to Coral Ridge this weekend, I've gone back through a lot of my Paul Tripp books–he's such a huge gift to the church!

Growth By Remembering

I guess you could say that Christian growth does not happen first by behaving better, but believing better–believing in bigger, deeper, brighter ways what Christ has already secured for sinners.