• A Good Offense by

    Has the church capitulated to the politically correct spirit of the age to the point where it is more concerned about not offending men than it is about not angering God? In this message, Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. reminds …

  • A Life-Changing Gospel by

    What changes have happened in your life since you first believed the gospel? Is it possible to have no change? Dr. Sproul explains and affirms the necessary life-change that occurs when sinners come to faith, in this message entitled “A …

  • Back to Basics by

    In every age and in every nation, the church is tempted to capitulate to the values and ideals of the surrounding culture. In every age and in every nation, the solution is the same: repentance and faith. To be faithful …

  • Christ and Doctrine by

    Can a person deny biblical doctrine and still be saved? What role does doctrine have in the salvation of sinners? Considering these questions, Dr. Sproul explains the importance of doctrine in the life of every believer, in this message entitled …

  • Foolishness to the Greeks by

    Anti-intellectualism is not the only danger Christians face. Those who seek to reclaim the Christian mind face the opposite danger—allowing a desire to please God to mutate into pride and a vain desire for worldly respect. In this message …

  • Good Advice or Good News? by

    In many American churches, the Good News of what Jesus Christ has accomplished for us has been replaced with Good Advice about what we can do for God. We have replaced the proclamation of Christ and Him crucified with an …

  • Good News in a Fallen World by

    At the beginning of his ministry, Jesus declared that he had come to proclaim good news to the poor and liberty to the captives and those who are oppressed (Luke 4:18). The world is still full of hurting people …

  • Here We Stand by

    In the early church and during the time of the Reformation, many of our forefathers in the faith were persecuted, tortured, and sometimes martyred because of their steadfast refusal to compromise the essential doctrines of the Christian faith. Ours, on …

  • Imputation by

    Nearly five hundred years have passed, and Protestants and Roman Catholics are still divided over the gospel. Both affirm the righteousness of Christ, and both believe that a person must have faith to receive benefits of His righteousness. So why …

  • Laying the Foundation by

    Each book of the Bible contributes poignantly and uniquely to the message of redemption revealed in God’s Word. John’s gospel offers much to the picture of redemption, but it provides special insight into the deity and supremacy of …

  • Meaning of the Gospel (Part 1) by

    If you were asked to give a summary statement of what the gospel is, what would you say? First Peter 3:15 tells us that we are always to be ready to give an answer for the hope that is …

  • Meaning of the Gospel (Part 2) by

    When was the last time you shared your testimony with someone? When was the last time you actually shared the gospel? In this message, Dr. Sproul continues to give us the “Meaning of the Gospel” as he explains the difference …

  • OPTIONAL SESSION: The Gospel Focus of Charles Spurgeon by

    In this optional session, Steven Lawson shows that Spurgeon fearlessly taught the doctrines of grace and simultaneously held forth the free offer of salvation in Jesus Christ. He gives a passionate call for all Christians to follow Spurgeon in maintaining …

  • Power to Save by

    God has entrusted the church with the responsibility to spread the gospel.  But how do we convince people that the gospel is good news? How can we make it more attractive so people will want to accept Jesus? In this …

  • Proclaiming the Gospel by

    Is the church doing all she can to spread the good news of the gospel? What are you doing on a personal level to fulfill the Great Commission? In this message, Dr. Sproul talks about the need to proclaim the …