10 Things I Hope We Learn from John Piper’s Leave of Absence

John Piper has taught me much over the years.  I consider it an honor to count him as a friend, and I am deeply saddened by his recent announcement that he will be taking a leave of absence for the remainder of 2010.  In explaining his leave of absence, he writes:   The difference between this leave and the sabbatical I took four years ago is that I wrote a book on that sabbatical (What Jesus Demands from the World). In 30 years, I have never let go of the passion for public productivity. In this leave, I intend to let ...

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