• Out of This World by

    In previous centuries, it was said by some that children should be seen but not heard. Christians are often treated in the same way. In this session, Dr. Albert Mohler will argue that in our day, as in the days …

  • From Vanity to Doubting Castle by

    Though there are often points of similarity between the experiences and struggles of believers, each person engages certain spiritual realities differently. For instance, Christian and his other family members spent time in Vanity and visited Doubting Castle; they covered the …

  • A New Journey Begins by

    After a follower of Jesus has departed from this life, God may continue to use his or her influence to change the lives of others. Even those whose hearts were once hardened against the gospel can later be softened by …

  • Faith by

    Throughout her history, the church has been forced to fight those who have attempted to ground justification on human merit and works or some combination of faith and merit. This conflict came to a head in the Western church during …

  • We Shall Be Like Him by

    God’s Word contains many wondrous promises for His people. Throughout these studies, we have examined several of these promises with the intention of overcoming our disbelief and turning anew to Jesus Christ in faith. Though each of these promises …

  • Mountains Cast Into the Sea by

    As part of God’s curse in Genesis 3, life in a fallen world is fraught with hardship. As a result, Christians experience things like hunger, disease, and sorrow. In addition to these natural obstacles and difficulties, Jesus also warned …

  • He Has Overcome the World by

    The Bible uses the term “world” in several different ways. For instance, “world” often refers to the people who inhabit the world, such as in John 3:16. It can also refer, as in Acts 17:34, to the physical …

  • Faith and Reason by

    What reason can you give for having faith in God? Learn how the God revealed for us in Scripture is a rational being Who has created His creatures with the capacity of reason, as well as faith.

  • Chapter 13-Chapter 14, Sec. 2 by

    The Westminster Confession of Faith has, for hundreds of years, served as the doctrinal foundation of the Reformed churches. In this message, Dr. John Gerstner examines the Westminster’s doctrine of sanctification and saving faith.

  • The Fear Factor by

    In the centuries following the Enlightenment, the flood of challenges to Christianity has been ongoing, and in the last century they have increased at a rapid rate. Scientific advances have become challenges. As the world has grown smaller, encounters with …

  • Run the Race with Endurance by

    The Christian life is one of endurance. Yet sometimes, many times in fact, our faith wanes and weakens. What shall we do in those times? Scripture tells us to look to the author and perfector of our faith, Jesus. But …

  • The Roll Call of the Faithful by

    Abel brought acceptable offerings to God. Noah built an ark to save his family from the coming flood, and Abraham moved from his homeland looking for a city that has foundations, whose designer and builder was God. What caused them …

  • What Is Faith? by

    How do you know that Christianity is true? Scripture tells us that we live by faith and not by sight. The book of Hebrews tells us that faith is the substance of things hoped for and the evidence of things …

  • OPTIONAL SESSION: Believing God by

    In this optional session, R.C. Sproul Jr. challenges Christians to take a second glance at the promises of God in the Bible in order to see anew the grandeur of what God has committed Himself to do for His …

  • Defending the Faith by

    In his first epistle, Peter informs believers that we are to be always prepared to make a defense to anyone who asks us for a reason for the hope that is in us. In this day and age, the number …