This article explores when humour is appropriate and inappropriate, also when it comes to preaching.
This article shows how central Christian joy is to the teaching of the New Testament, and thus to the Christian life.
Real Christian joy is more than just a feeling.
This article presents the biblical definition of joy, and considers how we may get there—by contemplating the glory of Christ.
This article discusses the nature of Christian joy. It explains how joy is a duty, it is more than an emotion, and joylessness is a sin.
How are we supposed to obey the command to rejoice in the Lord if true Christian joy is a gift of God? This article answers, suggesting the use of means, such as Scripture reading, prayer, fellowship, creation & providence, and obedience.
Is the Reformed Church lacking joy? The author of this article attributes the lack of joy within the Reformed Church to the desire to be unique and the challenge to preserve doctrinal truth. This article points to the covenant of grace as the cure to finding and expressing joy in God.