• 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 …

  • The Hypersocialized Generation by

    Every day we communicate through various media. From the invention of Gutenberg’s printing press in the fifteenth century to the rise of the internet in the late twentieth century, throughout history societies have invented new forms of media in order …

  • 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 …

  • The Parents Calling by

  • The Role of the Church by

    In our series so far, we have learned wonderful truths from God’s Word concerning His desires and promises for families. Someone might argue that such instruction becomes overly optimistic as we lose sight of the fact that we are …

  • Who Is the Expert? by

    While God provides children as a wonderful gift to their parents, they still belong to Him.  Parents, therefore, have a privilege and a responsibility to train up their children in righteousness.  Dr. Sproul Jr. concludes this series by …

  • Who Shall Teach? by

  • Wives, Part 1 by

    We come to Ephesians 5:22, a controversial text that tells wives to submit to their husbands. Dr. Sproul calls this verse “the great evangelical ‘yes but’ passage.” The “yes” that wants to observe the mandate in the text faces …

  • Wives, Part 2 by

    In the last lesson, we began looking at the verse that receives more cultural resistance than any other text in Scripture. The call of wives to submit to their husbands in Ephesians 5:22 remains difficult even for many evangelicals …