God Centered Life
A Better Future: How to Love Each Other, Part 2
May 20, 2022
Here we learn how to love and why. We'll grasp both the practicality and the motivation to love. But we live in a time where hate is far more predominant than love. The church has a mission to love our neighbor as we've been loved.
Everyday Holiness by Josh Moody
You don’t have to pick between being boring and being bad. There is a better way: a biblical understanding of holiness. In Everyday Holiness, Dr. Josh Moody introduces us to the path of becoming who we are in Christ.
About God Centered Life
In February 2007, God Centered Life was founded to coincide with the release of Pastor Josh Moody’s book The God Centered Life. At the time, Josh sensed the need to call people to center their lives around God and the Church to re-orientate itself around God. This is the key need for our culture at large.
When a national ministry leader approached Josh Moody and asked him to consider leveraging his teaching ministry to be heard outside the four walls of his church, the future path for God Centered Life began to take shape. In the fall of 2018, God Centered Life began to offer a radio and internet broadcast featuring Pastor Josh’s sermons, trusting it would have the potential to make a huge impact for Christ in the lives of thousands of other people.
Since its inception, God Centered Life has sought to engage culture, train churches, and reach colleges by providing solid, biblical teaching through its sermons, devotionals and the One Night Centered on God conference.
About Josh Moody
Josh Moody (Ph.D., University of Cambridge) is the senior pastor of the historic College Church. He is the president and founder of God Centered Life Ministries.
His passion is the gospel. He is an expository preacher who seeks to bring God’s Word into the practical matters of the human condition and heart. He is a theologian shaped by his research in understanding the challenges of the secularization of the Enlightenment to Christian faith and the answers that influential pastor Jonathan Edwards brought, culminating in a doctorate in historical theology from Cambridge University, a research fellowship at Yale Divinity School, and a fellowship at the Jonathan Edwards College of Yale University. He is an evangelist who led Trinity Baptist Church to revitalization in New Haven, CT; was college pastor at the influential Eden Baptist Church in Cambridge, England; served as a missionary with the International Fellowship of Evangelical Students in the Republics of Georgia and Azerbaijan; and was president of the Cambridge Inter-Collegiate Christian Union at Cambridge University.
He is the author of over 14 books, including a series of accessible guides to Christian living (How Christmas Can Change Your Life, Christian Focus 2019; How the Bible Can Change Your Life, Christian Focus 2018; How Church Can Change Your Life, Christian Focus 2015); a two-volume commentary on John’s Gospel (John 1-12 For You and John 13-21 for You, The Good Book Company 2017 and 2019); a popular exploration of the life-changing power of the gospel (7 Days to Change Your Life, Abingdon Press 2017); a biblical theology of the Bible’s teaching about Christ-centered promotion (Boasting, Christian Focus 2018); a guide for preachers about how to preach to the heart (Preaching to the Affections, Christian Focus 2014); an exposition of the Psalms of Ascent and their message of increasing joy (Journey to Joy, Crossway 2013); an exposition of Galatians and its call to gospel fidelity (No Other Gospel, Crossway 2011); an accessible guide to the practical application of the teaching of the great Christian leader Jonathan Edwards (The God-Centered Life, Regent 2007; IVP UK 2006); and a technical work with global Jonathan Edwards scholars on Edwards’ doctrine of justification as the right framework for expressing justification today (Jonathan Edwards and Justification, Crossway 2012).
He grew up in the London area and became a follower of Jesus in the Church of England. He is married to Rochelle, and they have four children.