For the Truth.
For the Church.
For the World.
For the Glory of God.

Don Whitney
Professor of Biblical Spirituality; Associate Dean of the School of Theology

Donald S. Whitney is professor of biblical spirituality and associate dean of the School of Theology at Southern Seminary. A longtime pastor and author of numerous books on the Christian life, he is also founder of The Center for Biblical Spirituality and is author of numerous books including Spiritual Disciplines for the Christian Life and Praying the Bible.

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Author Interview: Donald S. Whitney on “How Can I Be Sure I’m a Christian?”

Donald S. Whitney discusses his book “How Can I Be Sure I’m a Christian?” and the satisfying certainty of eternal life

Should I consider journaling this year?

Unlike the words of David and Jeremiah in Scripture, no believer’s writings today are divinely inspired. But the example of the biblical authors in writing their prayers, meditations, questions, etc., provides scriptural validation for Christians today to do the same.

Give yourself to the discipline of learning

A hunger to learn the Word of God, the ways of God, and the will of God expresses a hunger for God himself.

Are you sure you need a quiet time?

If you can’t make time to meet God through the Bible and prayer now, it’s very unlikely you will when (if) life does slow down.

Why I read Proverbs every day

I plan to continue this practice for the rest of my life, for I never outgrow the need for the practical wisdom of this divinely-inspired book.

Should I teach my children to pray?

Does God hear the prayers of unconverted children?

Does God Hear the Prayers of Unbelievers?

We cannot earn a hearing with God through sincerity. We need Christ to get access to God.

Should you use a Bible reading plan?

Giving people a plan gives them an incentive to read the entire Bible.

31 questions to ask for a more Christ-centered 2018

Use these questions as a tool to craft more intentional New Year’s resolutions.

What is the easiest way to memorize Scripture?

Memorizing it is hard, but the real secret, if there is one, is simply this: Repetition over time.

How do you do family worship?

Three syllables is all you have to remember, read, pray, sing. Read the Bible, pray together and sing together.

What is the purpose of fasting?

The most important thing about fasting is to realize that fasting is to be done for a purpose—a God-centered, biblical purpose.

Parents and children: Read the Bible every day

I literally don’t remember not reading the Bible every day. Here’s how it happened.

How do you pray without ceasing?

He’s memorized 42 books of the Bible and you can, too

There’s no magic here. Just repetition over time.

How can I improve my prayer life?

Honest Answers Book Giveaway 2

Can you do a devotional in 5 minutes?

Honest Answers Book Giveaway 1

Beware of falling into ‘Sinkhole Syndrome’

Resolve never to let your daily life keep you from Jesus daily.