Announcing Our 2016 Regional Conference in Mexico City
We live in a world of rapid change. Advances in technology, political upheaval, and shifting standards of public morality contribute to a prevailing sense of uncertainty in the culture around us. As Christians, however, we know that there is One who never changes—the Lord God Almighty. He alone is the rock upon whom we can depend without fear.
Our Creator has spoken to His people in His Word, the sixty-six books that make up the Bible. We trust in this Word because the One who never changes has spoken it, and this Word gives us a firm foundation upon which we can rest. Understanding the nature of Scripture is therefore vital if we are to maintain our confidence in it and know how to stand firm as others question the bedrock of our faith.
Ligonier Ministries invites you to join us in Mexico City on September 30–October 1, 2016, for a special conference dedicated to helping believers understand the doctrine of Scripture. Our featured speakers will be Edgar Gonzalez, Stephen Nichols, Burk Parsons, and R.C. Sproul Jr. We will address the authority of Scripture, the inspiration of Scripture, the inerrancy of Scripture, the role of Scripture in the local church, and several other topics. This promises to be an edifying and encouraging time of fellowship, study, and worship as we join with other believers in seeking to be faithful to God’s infallible and inerrant Word. Will you please consider joining us for this conference later this year?
- Thus Says the Lord: The Authority of Scripture by Burk Parsons
- God’s Unchanging Word: The Doctrine of Scripture by Stephen Nichols
- Men Moved by God: The Doctrine of Inspiration by R.C. Sproul Jr.
- Understanding God: An Interview with R.C. Sproul (via video)
- Trusting God: Living by God’s Word by R.C. Sproul Jr.
- At Work in Us: God’s Word and the Local Church by Edgar Gonzalez
- Jesus’ View of Scripture: What the Bible Says about Inerrancy by Stephen Nichols
- All Things for Life and Godliness: The Sufficiency of Scripture by Burk Parsons