Kevin DeYoung

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Registration just opened for CROSS CON24 — a conference for 18-25 year olds and their leaders. Find some friends and join us for three days of meditating on the gospel, the local church, and God’s heart for the nations. crosscon.com
I want Christians to see why this issue matters and why—when same-sex marriage became the law of the land—the integrity of the family was weakened and the freedom of the church was threatened.crossway.org/articles/what-…
Why would we cancel church on Sunday just because that day is extra special? kevindeyoung.org/podcast/a-plea…
Also, the Netherlands is the country with the tallest average human height in the world. You would be tall too if your country was once under water!
Also De Jong is only the 8,952nd most popular surname in the United States, but it is ranked 1st in the Netherlands. The name means “the young” and was given to the younger of two relatives with the same (e.g., a son named after his father).
In anticipation of USA-Netherlands on Saturday, did you know: The first president born an American citizen was also the only president to have something other than English as his first language. The answer? Martin Van Buren (born 1782, first language was Dutch).
"It seems counterintuitive that we have fewer kids the more we can afford them." - The Theology Pugcast kevindeyoung.org/podcast/the-ca…
I understand and sympathize with the desire for something like Christian Nationalism, but if this book represents the best of that ism, then Christian Nationalism is not the answer the church or our nation needs. thegospelcoalition.org/reviews/christ…
Dear brother pastor, I hope it’s not too late to make you reconsider your decision to cancel church on Christmas. kevindeyoung.org/a-plea-to-past…
After having eight of our nine children, and both of their parents, sick with the flu this week, I can reliably inform you that Elf is never not on TV and that the episodes of Bluey are not infinite. Also our two-year old has learned to input the passcode on the iPad by herself.
Michigan beat Michigan State by 22 points and OSU by 22 points, so I hope Sparty is in the playoff conversation.
The good news for us is that through this baptism of Christ, you can be set free from any baptism of fire. christcovenant.org/sermons/jesus-…
It’s not strange for families to be divided over Jesus (Luke 12:49-53). The cross has always been a stumbling block.
For Christians, Thanksgiving is a form of witness. kevindeyoung.org/podcast/a-peop…
In keeping with our own history, Thanksgiving ought to be a day of public prayer to God—thanking him for blessings given and pleading with him for mercies undeserved. wng.org/opinions/a-peo…
The ministry and message of Jesus divides people into two camps, those he baptizes with the Spirit of blessing and those he baptizes with the fire of judgement.
If you love long words like antidisestablishmentarianism and are looking for a deep dive into history, then this episode is for you. kevindeyoung.org/podcast/the-pr…
The Holy Spirit is the Spirit of Christ. Too often, we forget that the Son is the one who gifts the Spirit and that the Spirit indwelling every believer is the Spirit of the Son. (Romans 8:9-10)
In this class, we will look at ten different individuals from the first four centuries—from Constantine to Chrysostom to the Cappadocians. We will explore the broader themes, ideas, and movements from the early church. kevindeyoung.org/lecture/august…
Right and wrong ways to think about Christianity and politics. kevindeyoung.org/does-christian…
Baptism with the Spirit is nothing less than our union with Christ. Like every donut under the Krispy Kreme conveyor belt gets the glaze, every believer gets the Spirit, and they’re all better for it. (Luke 3:16)
"What happened to fertility around the world? The numbers have dropped dramatically. Once we talked about the "Population Bomb.” Now people talk about the "Birth Dearth.”" youtube.com/watch?v=4D51Zc…
Apart from this relationship—this institution of a husband and a wife, which is what the ideal is, to raise a child that comes from their offspring—without that institution or relationship there is an implicit understanding that society will be weakened. kevindeyoung.org/should-same-se…
Personal (writing) update: I've been plugging away on a big book called Daily Doctrine. It will consist of 260 very short chapters on systematic theology terms and topics. I just hit the halfway mark today. Manuscript due in 2023. Due to be published by Crossway in 2024.
In this special episode, I interview my good friend, Mark Dever, about his conversion, his ministry on Capitol Hill, whether you have to be an extrovert to evangelize, and why I like G.K. Chesterton and Mark doesn’t. kevindeyoung.org/podcast/life-a…
What is revival? Should we expect it today? In this new documentary, join Jeremy Walker on a journey through church history, from Pentecost to the present day, exploring the dynamic and sovereign work of God in his people and in nations. revival.movie
The tone of scripture is motivating us to pray, wooing us to pray, compelling us to pray with wonderful promises of what God will do if you call on Him. - @hbcharlesjr kevindeyoung.org/conference/pas…
The problem with you and I being self-centered is that we are not the center. Jesus, however, is the center. kevindeyoung.org/conference/the…
In this podcast I join editor R. R. Reno of First Things to talk about my article, “The Case for Kids,” from the November 2022 issue. We discuss the dramatic decrease of birth rates worldwide and its possible spiritual roots. firstthings.com/media/kevin-de…
The disintegration of the family will not be ­undone in five years—maybe fifty, if the Lord allows. Still, we can do our part to promote social health in the here and now and to sow seeds for a later harvest. kevindeyoung.org/the-case-for-k…
Was America founded on purely Christian principles and ideals? Or, were the founding fathers simply trying to prevent corruption and preserve the sanctity of consciousness? kevindeyoung.org/podcast/libert…
The founders' emphasis on liberty was not a rejection of Christianity but based on Christian ideas about the sanctity of the conscience and the corruptibility of too much power in the hands of too few persons. wng.org/opinions/liber…
We should never think that preaching is not counseling ministry, or evangelism ministry, or mercy ministry, or youth ministry. It is. kevindeyoung.org/conference/the…
The three amigos enter into a meandering conversation about Christian Nationalism and try to discern the level of the world’s hostility to the church in this cultural moment. kevindeyoung.org/podcast/positi…
A church in Michigan prays for the welfare of children in view of Ballot Proposal 3. thegspl.co/3UF82y1
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Culture gives us the symbols of masculinity and femininity, while nature dictates that men should embrace their manhood and women embrace their womanhood. crossway.org/articles/4-que…
Christians need to know their Bibles and their theology. Christians should also know their own history. Good, bad, or ugly—and church history has all three—as Christians we have a 2,000-year history filled with stories to tell and lessons to learn. kevindeyoung.org/lecture/chryso…
Christ’s own identification and sense of mission at the very beginning was to save sinners. christcovenant.org/sermons/the-be…
Reformation Day may be behind us, but a huge responsibility lies before us. The faith of the Reformation must be kept alive because the ideas Luther combatted are just as much present in our own day. kevindeyoung.org/podcast/a-worl…
We live in a world filled with ever-increasing, and increasingly complicated, rules for righteousness. wng.org/opinions/a-wor…
Sexual differentiation between men and women is not an accident of creation, but from the very beginning, was God’s good, glorious plan. kevindeyoung.org/what-is-the-di…
Christians need to know their Bibles and their theology. Christians should also know their own history. Good, bad, or ugly—and church history has all three—as Christians we have a 2,000-year history filled with stories to tell and lessons to learn. kevindeyoung.org/lecture/donatu…
Christians don’t just disagree on political principles or on a number of political conclusions. Christians disagree on how Christianity and politics relate to each other in the first place. kevindeyoung.org/podcast/does-c…
Spiritual complacency is saying in our hearts, “The Lord will not do good, nor will he do ill” (Zeph. 1:12). christcovenant.org/sermons/apathe…
Unless the Lord shows up, unless the Lord’s involved, unless the Lord does something, it’s all empty. Vanity. Nothing. Frustration. christcovenant.org/sermons/unless…
NEW VIDEO: @RevKevDeYoung sorts through conflicting cultural messages about gender and explains how men and women are part of God's creational plan. What is the difference between men and women? See the full answer: bit.ly/rtswws14e7.
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Spiritual apathy is living our lives as if we don’t need anything from God (Rev. 3:15-17).
Have you ever wanted to sit down with an older godly pastor and just ask him about life for an hour? Well, that’s what I do with Sinclair in this wide-ranging conversation. kevindeyoung.org/podcast/life-a…
A church that never corrects is a church that never loves.
We all have blind spots. We don’t know ourselves as well as we think we do, which is why we need our hearts always open to the word of God.
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