Author Archives: Tim Keller

Service: Marriage Isn’t About You

Service: Marriage Isn’t About You

Introduction “I do.” The most romantic, hope-filled climax of any wedding ceremony is when the bride and groom utter that two-word phrase, “I do,” that launches their life together. The whole ceremony builds to those vows of commitment, and the festivities to follow celebrate them. Such a rich, intimate relationship as marriage deserves the pomp

Preaching Jesus After a Community Tragedy

Editor’s Note: This excerpt from The Hardest Sermons You’ll Ever Have to Preach features a sermon from Tim Keller, pastor of Redeemer Presbyterian Church in New York City, the Sunday following the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001.  Click on the play button to listen to the entire service from September 16, 2001. Keller’s sermon starts

Jesus the King

Jesus is the King. He is the God who became a man, to show us the way to everlasting life. If we are going to study anything in depth, it ought to be the life and teaching of Jesus. Timothy Keller offers a nine-session (non-video) study called Jesus the King. Enjoy session one and then visit store.faithgateway.com to

Revival: The Need for Gospel Renewal

Definitions of Revival This understanding of gospel renewal differs from two widespread views of what revival is. The first view sees revival primarily as the adding of the extraordinary operations of the Holy Spirit (such as miracles, healings, and revelations). A second view sees revival as an especially vigorous season of preaching, gatherings, and evangelistic

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