• Discovering God’s Will Media Resource by

    Colossians 1:9-14

    “What is God’s will for my life?” Most Christians have asked this question at some point. In a world filled with a seemingly endless array of options, opportunities, and personal crossroads, how can Christians choose a path that is pleasing to the Lord? In this lesson, Dr. Ferguson demystifies the confusion surrounding the will of God and provides practical assistance to those who desire to walk according to it. View Resource

  • Saints in Light Media Resource by

    Colossians 1:12

    God is holy, and He has made His people holy. In this session, Dr. Ligon Duncan explains that God has set us apart to live for His glory. View Resource

  • Christ the Image of God Media Resource by

    Colossians 1:15

    As the image of the invisible God (Col. 1:15), Jesus Christ perfectly reflects the Father as the final revelation of our Creator and Redeemer. In this session, Dr. Michael Reeves exhorts us to imitate Christ in showing both truth and compassion in harrowing times. View Resource

  • Love Creates Media Resource by

    Colossians 1:15-17

    In writing his first epistle to Timothy, Paul relied heavily on his understanding of God’s love. Echoing Christ’s teaching that the greatest commandment is love, he exhorted Timothy to focus on ‘love from a pure heart a good conscience and a sincere faith’ as the goal of his instruction. Man can hope to reach this goal only through the God who is love. Before the foundation of the world, God determined to create man in His own image, and to enter a loving relationship with him. Despite man’s rejection of God and His love, God … View Resource

  • Optional Session: The Sufficiency of Christ Media Resource by

    Colossians 1:15-20

    The Reformers knew that salvation is found in Christ alone. This session considers how this major theme of the Reformation is no less important today, and it looks at what Christ’s sufficiency will mean in the future as we face our culture. View Resource

  • Sharing in His Death & Resurrection Media Resource by

    Colossians 1:24

    Our union with Christ is not only the centerpiece our spiritual lives. It also encompasses the entirety of our spiritual lives. In this final lesson, Dr. Ferguson explores a vital but neglected dimension of a believer’s union with Christ, a union with His suffering. Just as being united to the death and resurrection of Christ internally brings about a changed spiritual mind-set, so also being united to His death and resurrection externally brings about both suffering and fruitfulness that cannot be achieved any other way. View Resource

  • Assurance of Salvation, Part 2 Media Resource by

    Colossians 2:2

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  • Baptism Media Resource by

    Colossians 2:8-12

    Baptism is a significant moment in every Christian’s life because it is an sacrament instituted by Christ as a sign and seal of God’s promises. In this lesson, Dr. Sproul answers important questions surrounding the meaning, origin, and significance of baptism. View Resource

  • The Incarnation of the Eternal Son of God, Part 1 Media Resource by

    Colossians 2:9

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  • Hidden in Christ Media Resource by

    Colossians 3:1-4

    Even after being united to Jesus Christ, Christians continue to experience struggles in their faith and lives. But ongoing struggles in the Christian life are not evidence of any deficiency in the power of the gospel; rather, they indicate a need for the gospel to take root more deeply in our hearts and minds. In this lesson, Dr. Ferguson celebrates the reality that all the riches of the gospel are already ours in Christ and have the power to release a decisive ripple effect in our identity, mentality, and destiny. View Resource

  • Putting Off Sin, Putting On Christ Media Resource by

    Colossians 3:5-17

    Paul is equally bold in proclaiming the fullness of the gospel that already belongs to those who are in Christ and in calling on those who are in Christ to pursue holiness relentlessly. For Paul, the glorious grace of God is not a license to abandon Christ’s commands but is rather the foundation for a rigorous and disciplined life. In this lesson, Dr. Ferguson will examine Paul’s dual exhortations for Christians to put off sin and put on Christ. View Resource

  • OPTIONAL SESSION: The Poetic Wonder of Isaac Watts Media Resource by

    Colossians 3:13

    In an age of simplistic and repetitive choruses, many churches are rediscovering the blessing of theologically rich and biblically informed songs. Douglas Bond introduces us to Isaac Watts, “the father of English hymnody.” Bond urges Christians to delight in the grandeur, beauty, and joy of Watts’ poetry. We pray that you would regain a sense of God’s majesty as we celebrate the God-given poetic wonder of Isaac Watts. View Resource

  • Strange Fire Media Resource by

    Colossians 3:16-17

    Worship in the evangelical church has drastically changed in the past few decades causing no small controversy known as the so-called contemporary verses traditional worship debate. What is the most important thing about worship? Should we design our worship service to be seeker-sensitive? Dr. Sinclair Ferguson examines this thought in this message, as he explains some of the historical and cultural influences that have shaped much of the contemporary worship movement today, and how it is really nothing new. View Resource

  • Tactics for Discussing Christian Convictions (Youth Seminar) Media Resource by

    Colossians 4:5-6

    Gregory Koukl focuses on how Christians can defend the faith in everyday conversations. View Resource