Paul David Tripp

Paul David Tripp is a pastor, author and conference speaker. He is the president of Paul Tripp Ministries and works to connect the transforming power of Jesus Christ to everyday life. This vision has led Paul to write 17 books on Christian living, produce 14 teaching series and travel around the world speaking at events. Paul's driving passion is to help people understand how the gospel of Jesus Christ speaks with practical hope into all the things people experience in this broken world.

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What does it take to launch your kids well? Dennis Rainey recounts the story of the first time he dropped a daughter off at college. Alex Chediak explains why parents must be the ones to prepare their kids. Michelle Hill covers the value of independence, View Show Notes →
Discover the incredible value of living in the freedom of a clear conscience with God and others. Our guests, Erwin Lutzer, Eric Mason, Chris and Cindy Beall, and Paul David Tripp offer biblical insight and heartfelt transparency. View Show Notes →
Real Life Loading podcast host Shelby Abbott knows his podcast isn't the only work in progress. His life story reminds him Jesus is all about the process. View Show Notes →
Paul David Tripp and Dennis Rainey help pastors reflect and make sure ministry has not become more important than God or their families. View Show Notes →
What is the difference between giving grace and giving in? Paul David Tripp, Tim Kimmel, Ron Deal, and Caleb Kaltenbach explain what grace is: in parenting, marriage, or relationships with a watching world. View Show Notes →
Valentine's Day is coming. We'll take a look at bad Valentine gifts, the strange history behind the holiday, and the true meaning of love and marriage. Hear from Ken and Nook Tuttle, Hugh Duncan, Voddie Baucham, and Paul David Tripp. View Show Notes →
Courtney Reissig and Maria Goff join moms in the "trenches" of raising toddlers. Paul David Tripp helps us see the bigger spiritual principles at stake in training small children. View Show Notes →