• Against the World by

    During the first centuries of the church’s existence, there were times when heresy seemed to have won the day. In this session, Dr. Robert Godfrey will reflect on the experience of Athanasius and affirm the calling of Christians to …

  • Assurance Enhances Sanctification by

  • A Transforming Birth by

    When God saves a sinner from His wrath and curse, He creates a new person. Yet, we will never be completely sinless in this life; in fact, sometimes it can feel like we are getting worse. As we grow in …

  • Be Ye Holy by

    According to Scripture, we are justified by faith alone in Jesus Christ alone. Yet our Lord calls those who have been so justified to a life of holiness. In this lecture, Dr. Thomas explains the importance and necessity of individual …

  • Calvin and the Christian Life by

    Many in the church have taken grace as a license for sin. The result of course, is ungodliness, the very thing grace has freed us from. Recognizing this in his own day, John Calvin admonished his people by the Word …

  • 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.

  • Chapter 14, Sec.3-Chapter 15, Sec. 5 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 studies the place of repentance in sanctification.

  • Do Not Love the World by

    Christians are called to be in the world but not of the world. Historically, many have found this a difficult goal to achieve. In this session, Dr. Robert Godfrey will explore why the church finds the world so appealing, the …

  • Foes and Friends: The Road to Interpreter’s House by

    Some dangers in life are apparent, and others are not. As Christiana and her companions approached the wicket gate, they encountered unexpected opposition from the forces of darkness. In all ages, pilgrims need to remain vigilant and sober-minded even when …

  • God So Loved the World by

    God’s work of redemption involves more than the salvation of a handful of souls. In this session, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson will explore the breadth of the promises of the gospel. He will explain how Scripture moves from the glorious …

  • How Then Should I Live in This World? by

    Ours is an ethically confused world. Materialist scientists tell us that since all is matter, there is no ultimate basis for judgments of “good” and “evil.” Relativists claim that what is “good” for one person or culture may not be …

  • Losing My Religion by

    Even among those who hold to the basic truths of the Christian gospel, there is a tendency to remain content with milk and never strive to dig into the meat of the Word. Doctrinal shallowness is endemic and accepted. In …

  • Love the Lord your God with All Your Mind by

    Ours is an age that emphasizes emotionalism and experience. Emotions and experiences are not necessarily bad things, but they should not be set up in opposition to the mind, to reason. In this message, Dr. R.C. Sproul exhorts us …

  • OPTIONAL SESSION: Suffering & the Sovereignty of God Q&A by

    In this session, Lee Webb and R.C. Sproul Jr. address questions from students enrolled in the Ligonier Connect course based upon Dr. Sproul’s teaching series Suffering and The Sovereignty of God.

  • Pleasing God by

    Scripture calls us to be holy as God is holy and exhorts us to strive for the holiness without which no one will see the Lord. There are pitfalls, however, as we strive to mortify the flesh: we can easily …