• Calvin and the Christian Life Media Resource by

    1 Timothy 1:3-5

    Many in the church have taken grace as a license for sin. The result of course, is ungodliness, the very thing grace has freed us from. Recognizing this in his own day, John Calvin admonished his people by the Word of God to live the Christian life marked by growth and maturity in Christ. So how is that accomplished? How do you grow in faith that is pleasing to God? Dr. J. Ligon Duncan discusses this as he considers “Calvin and the Christian Life.” View Resource

  • God-Centered Adult Education Media Resource by

    1 Timothy 1:3-5

    Across America the people of God strive to bring lost people the good news of Jesus Christ. As part of the Great Commission, this is commendable. But our attempts are often misguided as we inadvertently displace the Lord as the center of life in our drive to attract non-believers. Christ-centered preaching has been abandoned for magic formulas promising to deliver our best life now. Ordinary means of grace, like prayer and sacrament, are ignored in favor of marketing to specific audiences. Worship worthy of our majestic Creator is regularly exchanged for mere entertainment. In short, God’s glory … View Resource

  • God-Centered Adult Education Media Resource by

    1 Timothy 1:3-5

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  • Tyndale and the Early Reformers Media Resource by

    1 Timothy 1:15

    The Reformation in England is a thrilling story of the recapturing of God’s grace. In this first lesson, Dr. Reeves relates the emergence of the English Reformation in connection to influences outside the country, especially Erasmus and Luther. We then learn of the foundational role played by Thomas Bilney and the White Horse Inn within England. The lesson culminates with a focus on the English Reformer William Tyndale, particularly in connection to his translation of the Bible into English. Such forbidden labors and the product that resulted not only led to his martyrdom but also catalyzed the Reformation cause in … View Resource

  • Grace to Timothy & Titus Media Resource by

    1 Timothy 1:16

    The Apostle Paul wrote letters to Timothy and Titus in order to give them instruction regarding the church and their roles in the church. He taught them about the importance of godly ministry and about the standards of a godly life. He did this with none other than the doctrines of grace. In this lesson, Dr. Lawson surveys the Paul’s letters to Timothy and Titus and the doctrines of grace found in them. View Resource

  • Christ Alone (Part 2) Media Resource by

    1 Timothy 2:1-6

    As much as we try to be good and to do good things, how far will it get us? Scripture has made it clear that all have sinned and fallen short of the glory of God, making it so that “there is none righteous, not even one.” So what do we do with our sin? What will God do with our sin? In this message entitled “Christ Alone,” Dr. Sproul explains some important inner-workings of the plan of redemption. View Resource

  • Why the God Man: The Mystery of the Incarnation Media Resource by

    1 Timothy 2:1-6

    Jesus is the eternal Word of God in human flesh. As the God-Man, Jesus is one person with complete yet distinct divine and human natures. The biblical account of the incarnation raises one of the most important questions ever to be asked: Why the God-Man? In this session, Dr. Owen Strachan unpacks the central role of the incarnation for understanding the person and work of Christ. View Resource

  • I & II Timothy Media Resource by

    1 Timothy 3:1-11

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  • I & II Timothy Media Resource by

    1 Timothy 3:1-11

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  • The Shepherd and the Flock Media Resource by

    1 Timothy 4:6-16

    The local church is where our understanding of the nature and purpose of the church is put into practice. In this message, Dr. John MacArthur will examine one of the most basic relationships in the local church, the relationship between the pastor and his flock. View Resource

  • The Godly Warrior Media Resource by

    1 Timothy 4:7

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  • The Difficulty Today Media Resource by , , , ,

    1 Timothy 4:13

    Believing in the inerrancy of Scripture can bring difficulties. Often, church members are unable to explain why they believe the Bible is inerrant to questioning non-Christians. Or, a pastor is unsure as to how to deal with a difficult passage. In addition, issues related to canon, manuscripts, and translations can be difficult for people to understand. This moderated session includes answers from several experienced pastors on how they’ve dealt with difficulties like these over the years. View Resource

  • Watch Your Life and Doctrine Media Resource by

    1 Timothy 4:16

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  • Elders Media Resource by

    1 Timothy 5:17

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