• Sep 24 - 25, 2021

    Pittsburgh, PA

    2021 Pittsburgh Conference

    A Continuing Reformation

    Rather than a mere relic of the past, the Reformation is our future. Christians will not find strength to face the challenges of today by looking to novel ideas or innovations. Only by walking in the settled paths of God’s Word can the church of Jesus Christ serve Him faithfully in a changing world. Join us on September 24–25, 2021, for A Continuing Reformation, a two-day conference in Pittsburgh, PA. As we examine essential truths of Scripture championed in the Protestant Reformation, we’ll be encouraged to stand with greater conviction on the immovable foundation of our faith.

  • Nov 12 - 13, 2021

    Troy, MI

    2021 Detroit Conference

    Blessed in Christ

    There is no end to the blessings that are ours in Jesus Christ. Spanning the scope of salvation from election to future glory, the first chapter of Ephesians rests our identity as Christians in the sovereign grace of God. Knowing all that has been done for us in union with Christ, we can more clearly see how the gospel informs every aspect of our lives, directing us to serve the Lord faithfully today. Join us on November 12–13, 2021, for our conference in Detroit. Plumbing the depths of divine mercy in Ephesians 1, we will strive to better understand God’s unfolding plan of redemption and our place in it, helping us live each day to the praise of His glorious grace. We will also host a pre-conference event titled Global Missions. In addition to addressing the global gospel outreach of Ligonier Ministries, this event will consider why and how Christians should share the good news of Christ around the world.

  • Mar 24 - 26, 2022

    Orlando, FL

    2022 National Conference

    Upholding Christian Ethics

    God is the source of all truth, and His righteousness is our standard for right and wrong. Sadly, as our culture abandons God and His truth, it also abandons any reasonable foundation for ethics. This conference will consider Christian ethics—how they are founded on divine revelation and how they can be applied to the present day so that Christians can stand firm by seeking first God’s kingdom and His righteousness.