• How to Pray (Part 1) by

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  • How to Serve (Part 1) by

    What criteria do you use to measure human greatness in the Kingdom of God? Where do servants rank on that scale? In this message, Dr. Sproul looks at the twentieth chapter of Matthew’s Gospel as he considers, “How to …

  • How to Serve (Part 2) by

    As Christians perform their duties for the Kingdom of God, what kind of compensation should they expect for services rendered? What does the retirement program look like? Are there rewards for outstanding performance? In this second part of “How to …

  • How to Study the Bible by

    Have you ever a read passage in the Bible and discovered something you never noticed before? How many interpretations can one Scripture passage have? Are all interpretations valid? While the basic message of Scripture is clear, those who do not …

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  • How to Worship (Part 1) by

    What must people do to have their worship accepted by God? Where and how is God to be worshipped, and who may do it? In “How to Worship,” Dr. Sproul directs us to the Master Himself to find out what …

  • How to Worship (Part 2) by

    What must people do to have their worship accepted by God? Where and how is God to be worshipped, and who may do it? In “How to Worship,” Dr. Sproul directs us to the Master Himself to find out what …

  • Living by Faith by

    Are you living by faith? When faced with tests and trials, where in Scripture do you go for strength and encouragement? Fortunately, the Christian does not live the life of faith alone. The book of Hebrews says that we are …

  • 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 God? Sometimes I Hate Him!” by

    From our twenty-first century perspective, we might be tempted to read too much into the peculiar traits of German reformer Martin Luther, and have them overshadow his contributions to the church. In this message, Dr. Sproul will introduce us to …

  • 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 …

  • Love Your Spouse! by

    Although not a popular word in today’s culture, duty is a moral obligation requiring someone to do something or to refrain from doing something. Like other stations in life, marriage has its own set of obligations. In this message …

  • No Idols! by

    What place does art have in our churches? Is it proper to adorn our sanctuaries with paintings and other forms of art?  How should modern Christians understand the use of art in churches today? In this message entitled “No Idols …