• Have Mercy by

    Despite the fact that Jesus associated with the sick, the sinful, and the socially outcast, many Christians have adopted an attitude similar to the Pharisees, who shunned those they deemed unworthy of compassion. In this message, Dr. Alistair Begg calls …

  • Widows & Orphans by

    The world may argue that all religions are equal, but the one true God has declared that there is one faith, one Lord, and one baptism. How we treat widows and orphans is merely one important way to show the …

  • How to Serve by

    Jesus has told his followers that they are to be servants, but what does this mean in the twenty first century?  In this message, Dr. Mark Dever examines some of the many different avenues of service available to Christians while …

  • Imitating Christ in Servanthood by

    During His earthly ministry, Jesus told His disciples that the Son of Man did not come to be served, but rather to serve. Jesus did not only teach servanthood with His words, His life and ministry bore that fact every …

  • 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 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 …

  • The Christian Man in the Church by

    What is a real man? What are the distinguishing traits that God has given to man, and what responsibilities accompany them? In this message, Dr. Sproul looks to Scripture for these answers, and reminds us that men need not leave …

  • God-Centered Mercy Ministries by