• The Doctrines of Grace in John Teaching Series with Steven Lawson

    John 1-21

    How does God love the world? Debates about Reformed theology and the Five Points of Calvinism almost always include the use of John 3:16 as a proof text against the Reformed position. Yet when we consider this famous verse in the context of John’s entire gospel, we see that the love of God that leads to salvation is reserved only for those whom the Father has given unto His Son. In this series, Steven Lawson demonstrates that the gospel of John offers one of the clearest presentations of the doctrines of grace in all of Scripture, revealing that salvation is … View Resource

  • Lessons from the Upper Room Teaching Series with Sinclair Ferguson

    John 13-17

    Knowing the time was fast approaching for Him to depart this world, Jesus spent His final hours with His closest friends. As the disciples sat with their master, unaware of what would soon take place, Jesus served them, taught them, and prayed for them. In this new teaching series, Lessons from the Upper Room, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson paints a vivid picture of the disciples’ final moments with their Savior. Carefully walking through John 13-17, Dr. Ferguson reminds us of the centrality of Christ in all of life. View Resource

  • Out of the Ivory Palaces Teaching Series with R.C. Sproul

    John 17:1–10

    Each December as we draw closer to the traditional day when we celebrate Christ’s birth, our minds cannot help but think of the manger scene with Mary, Joseph, and the visiting shepherds gathered around the newborn King. We all know that the baby grew up to fulfill His mission of redemption, but what drove Him to do it? What caused the Son of God Incarnate to leave His heavenly abode to suffer for fallen sinners? Why did He leave His glory? In this message, Dr. Sproul reminds us of the great cost of our redemption, and why it is that … View Resource