• The Goal of Education by

    The covenant family endeavors to train up its children in righteousness, yet popular culture makes achieving this goal increasingly difficult. Dr. Sproul Jr. examines this issue in an attempt to encourage Christians in this task, as well as to prompt …

  • God in the Wasteland by

    The life of a Christian is often characterized by happiness and abundance. God loves to lavish good gifts upon His children, and those who know Him are reminded of His love and faithfulness when they experience His gracious blessings. However …

  • God to Me by

    In this pre-conference seminar, Ligon Duncan will examine the modern god of the New Age movement, R.C. Sproul Jr. will expose the god of the relativists, and Robert Godfrey will help us to discern the god of the church …

  • The God Who Acts by

    R.C. Sproul Jr. moves from the responsibility of education in the covenantal context and focuses on God and His actions in human history. He encourages Christians to teach their children about God’s sovereignty over all things throughout all …

  • 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 …

  • The Good Work Shall Be Completed by

    Though sin is most commonly spoken of in connection to death and eternal punishment, the effects of sin pervade all of human life. Even those who have been born again and desire to please God continue to wrestle with the …

  • Government Intervention: Basic Principles & Education by

    Government intervention in an economy can significantly affect the ability of Christians to be faithful stewards. In this lesson, we will look at an example of government expansion from WWI Germany; at the basics of intervention; at a brief history …

  • 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 …

  • Husbands, Part 1 by

    Jesus works to bring all things under His submission. One day, every knee will bow and every tongue confess that He is Lord. Such dominion parallels the mandate God gave Adam, as Christ sanctifies His bride, the church. God calls …

  • Husbands, Part 2 by

    Dr. Sproul tells husbands to remember the obvious: “You’re not Jesus, and, in fact, you need Jesus.” He belabors this simple truth, because a husband can all too easily place himself on the same level as Christ. A husband …

  • The Importance of the Family by

    Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. contends that future generations will look upon our contemporary Western culture and see that the institution of the family became “utterly malleable” at the will of sinful people. This series is designed to help us …

  • Impractical Pragmatists by

  • It’s All about Me by

    Narcissism and egotism take our eyes off of the Lord and put them on us, but in so doing, they actually lower our understanding of ourselves, because we are made in the image of God. Without an understanding of God …

  • Job by

    Many of the questions that we raise about God’s sovereignty over human suffering find their answers in the book of Job. Though Job was a godly and faithful man, he suffered to such a degree that that his name …

  • Kingdom Economics by

    The cosmic struggle between the seed of the woman and the seed of the serpent has an economic dimension. In this lesson, we’ll look at the implications of this struggle on economics and history; at the strategies Christians can use …