• A Bruised Reed by

    As we speak of God being glorified through suffering, some forget that He is also glorified in alleviating it. Particularly those in the church are given great comfort and healing from Jesus (Matt. 12). How does our mercy ministry upset …

  • Ashamed of the Gospel by

    Are we fighting the right battles? Are we upsetting the world because we are Christians or because of our political positions? Political activism and social ministry are important, but they are not the Gospel. True reformation occurs only when hearts …

  • Beautiful Feet by

    If God has already predestined who will be saved, then why evangelize? There are those who say that the Augustinian or Calvinistic view of predestination is one of those doctrines that nullifies the Great Commission and causes apathy in the …

  • Chapters 34-35 by

    The Westminster Confession of Faith has, for hundreds of years, served as the doctrinal foundation of the Reformed churches. In this final message, Dr. John Gerstner examines the revised Confession on the Holy Spirit and studies the Gospel of the …

  • Counted Righteous in Christ by

    Historically, the doctrine of imputation has been rejected by Rome. Today, it is also rejected by many who profess to be evangelicals. In this message, Dr. R.C. Sproul will explain the meaning of the doctrine of imputation, and explain …

  • Evangelism & Missions by

    The highest motive for missions and evangelism is not obedience to the Great Commission, although obedience is required. Nor is the highest motive love for sinners, great as that love may be. The greatest motive for missions and evangelism is …

  • Evangelizing Your Children by

    Scripture repeatedly emphasizes the importance of teaching our children (e.g., Deut. 6:7; 11:19). We are to be concerned not only with our own salvation, but with the salvation of our families. What exactly is our responsibility before …

  • God-Centered Evangelism by

      God has ordained the preaching of His Word, prayer, and the sacraments as the means by which He sanctifies people’s lives. There is no substitute for the Scriptures if we want to know and please God. Unfortunately, the church …

  • God-Centered Evangelism by

    The proclamation of the Gospel is sometimes approached in a man-centered way, as if it depended upon our powers of persuasion or ability to “sell” a product.  Scripture demands another way.  This message will explain the meaning of a truly …

  • God-Centered Evangelism by

      Across America the people of God strive to bring lost people the good news of Jesus Christ. As part of the Great Commission, this is commendable. But our attempts are often misguided as we inadvertently displace the Lord as the …

  • God-Centered Evangelism by

    The proclamation of the Gospel is sometimes approached in a man-centered way, as if it depended upon our powers of persuasion or ability to “sell” a product. Scripture demands another way. This message will explain the meaning of a truly …

  • God-Centered Evangelism by

  • 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 …

  • Let the Nations Be Glad by

    The Lord reigns; let the earth rejoice: let the multitude of isles be glad!” (Ps. 97:1). Our Goal is not to upset the world but to establish worshipers. Missions exists because worship doesn’t.

  • Loving Your Enemies by

    A radical concept in Christianity is to lovingly pray for those who persecute us (Matt. 5:43-45a). This is not easy to do in the face of threats and violence. It is hard to do since persecution often comes from …