Jan 18, 2021
Everyone's a Theologian
Over the course of his ministry, Dr. R.C. Sproul was driven by the conviction that everyone is a theologian. All people have some idea of God—the question is whether or not our ideas about God are right. This winter conference, commemorating the fiftieth anniversary of Ligonier Ministries, will celebrate Dr. Sproul’s life and legacy, examining the central themes he proclaimed as he strove to help every Christian become a better theologian.
Mar 18 - 20, 2021
Right Now Counts Forever
If you are nothing more than a cosmic accident, your life doesn’t matter. Your joys, pains, sacrifices, and triumphs last for a moment before disappearing forever. But God’s Word refutes this devastating lie. Since we were purposefully made by a wise Creator, every moment of our lives bears inestimable value—because every moment matters for eternity.
Apr 11 - 18, 2021
Avignon to Lyon
Join us as we tour some of France’s greatest cities along the Rhône River, beginning with Avignon, and consider Calvin’s life and legacy. During this beautiful eight-day study cruise, Ligonier Teaching Fellows Drs. Sinclair Ferguson and W. Robert Godfrey will consider Calvin’s life, how the Reformation came to France, the history of the Huguenot movement, and the struggle between truth and error in France and the rest of Europe. On this unforgettable journey, you will learn more about John Calvin, the French Reformation, and the gospel legacy he and others left for us to carry forward today.
Apr 30 - May 1, 2021
Kingsburg, CA, USA
Disciples of Christ are no longer of the world, but we are not called to abandon this world. Having been called out of the darkness, we are sent back into the world to proclaim the gospel. We see this clearly in the ministry of the Apostle Paul and the early church. Sadly, many Christians let fear of ridicule get in the way of this mission, becoming reluctant to proclaim the good news boldly in all its fullness. This conference will remind us of the power of the gospel, describe gospel-shaped ministry, and help us say along with Paul, "I am not ashamed of the gospel" (Rom. 1:16).