• Speaking the Truth in Love Media Resource by , , , , ,

    A panel discussion with Tim Challies, W. Robert Godfrey, Daniel Henderson, Steven Lawson, Albert Mohler, and Robert VanDoodewaard. Questions: What are the most pressing needs for the church in Canada? (00:56) What unique challenges do Protestant churches face in historically Roman Catholic Quebec? (03:05) How should Christians respond to hate-speech legislation and the rising social stigma of Christianity in the West? (04:16) How have Christians throughout the ages addressed biblical illiteracy? (06:33) How are Canadian Christians and churches responding to the apparent loss of Christianity’s cultural influence in Canada? (08:09) What similarities and differences exist between the current state … View Resource

  • Questions & Answers with Godfrey, Lawson, Mohler, and Reeves Media Resource by , , ,

    A questions and answers session with Drs. W. Robert Godfrey, Steven Lawson, Albert Mohler, and Michael Reeves. Questions: In heaven, to what extent will we be able to experience God’s holiness? (00:53) God is holy and we are not. How can God stand us in our sinfulness? (03:20) How did the Bible get its name? (06:14) Do you ever get ill or nauseated from all of the news that you read? (06:55) 1 Timothy 4:8 says that godliness has benefits for the believer in this life and the next. What are these benefits? (09:20) Why don’t Jewish people believe … View Resource

  • The Sanctity of Life Media Resource by

    Scripture tells us that children are a blessing from the Lord. Unfortunately, our culture often doesn’t see it that way. In this session, Dr. Albert Mohler considers the sanctity of human life, especially the lives of the unborn. View Resource

  • Be Holy as I Am Holy: Awakening & Personal Holiness Media Resource by

    First Peter 1:13–25 calls Christians to pursue holiness, and the Spirit moves through the use of various means to help us become more holy. This session examines the concern for personal holiness that is the fruit of a true awakening of God’s Spirit. It stresses the importance of personal purity as a sign of conversion, reminding people that God calls His children to live in a manner that is set apart from the world and that the Lord often draws others to Himself by using the personal holiness of believers as a witness. View Resource

  • Questions & Answers with Mohler, Nichols, Parsons, and Thomas Media Resource by , , ,

    A questions and answers session with Drs. Albert Mohler, Stephen Nichols, Burk Parsons, and Derek Thomas. Questions: God is sovereign in awakening, but shouldn’t we also keep the command to wake up? (00:05) What should we look for in a church home? Why do some evangelical churches focus on entertainment in worship and preach a watered-down gospel? (1:48) Do demons still manifest themselves in humans? (2:44) I am a pastor at a Pentecostal church, but God has awakened our hearts to Reformed theology. Should I leave the church or stay? (5:35) Why is our salvation based on the blood … View Resource

  • Teaching Fellows Roundtable Media Resource by , , , , , ,

    This roundtable discussion touches on topics related to discipleship, the state of the church, and Ligonier’s outreach. Questions: Why did you join this teaching fellowship? (1:01) From the beginning, we’ve been facing the culture, but we’ve also been facing the church, calling the church to be the church. How is that mission different today? What are the prospects for the future? What makes the ministry of Ligonier distinct and perhaps even unique in our day and age? (21:15) In what way does Ligonier come alongside the church? Why is what we do not competition with the local church? (27:59) … View Resource

  • The Gospel Media Resource by

    Martin Luther was a sixteenth-century example of what it means not to be ashamed of the gospel of Jesus Christ. Without the bold proclamation of the true gospel, there is no church. This session will consider Luther’s emphasis on the doctrine of justification by faith alone as the article on which the church stands or falls and show why we must never compromise this essential doctrine in any generation of the church. Note: This session took place in the Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. This is the church where Martin Luther posted his Ninety-Five Theses on October 31, 1517 and … View Resource

  • Questions and Answers Media Resource by , , , , ,

    A questions and answers session with Dr. W. Robert Godfrey, Dr. Steven J Lawson, Rev. Matthias Lohmann, Dr. Albert Mohler, Rev. Steffen Mueller, and Dr. Stephen Nichols. Questions: What would you say to someone who is suffering from Luther celebration fatigue? (0:42) How can I help other Christians understand the urgent need for Reformation? (1:13) How is it that Germany has moved so radically toward atheism? (3:00) What are some of the best lay-level resources for addressing textual criticism? (5:15) Why did Martin Luther struggle to break free from certain aspects of Roman Catholicism? (7:08) Is approaching the … View Resource

  • Questions & Answers with Lawson, MacArthur, Mohler, and Sproul Media Resource by , , ,

    A questions and answers session with Drs. Steven Lawson, John MacArthur, Albert Mohler and R.C. Sproul. Questions: Dr. MacArthur, can you tell us about the Shepherds Conference? (1:09) How do you explain the term “Reformed” to a someone unfamiliar to Reformed teaching? (2:34) Is our still heart deceitfully wicked after we are born again? (4:47) How should I share the gospel when it could cost me my job? (7:08) Is it biblical to say God “loves you” to believers and nonbelievers alike? (9:32) What does it mean when we confess that Jesus has a reasonable soul? (13:05) Dr. MacArthur, … View Resource

  • Building a Sure Foundation Media Resource by

    Is theology needed today, or is it outdated? Sound doctrine is vital for Christian growth and is the foundation for loving and serving God rightly, but many have questioned the validity of theology in our time. This session considers the state of theology since the Reformation, explains why understanding doctrine is vital to being a Christian today, and considers why knowing theology is essential for future reformation. It also considers why providing sound theological education for every tribe and tongue should be a central goal of God’s people. View Resource

  • Cause Us to Flee Media Resource by

    Temptation is a fact of life in this fallen world, even for the most faithful believers. In this lesson, Dr. Mohler clarifies what it means to ask the Father not to lead us into temptation and distinguishes the differences between trials and temptations. View Resource

  • City of God Media Resource by

    When we pray the Lord’s Prayer, we pray for Christ’s right-now rule and reign to be extended over all the earth. In this lesson, Dr. Mohler explains how Christians are to live and to pray as dual citizens until Christ’s kingdom is fully realized. View Resource

  • Daily Dependence Media Resource by

    God has given us bread as a daily reminder of our need for Him. In this lesson, Dr. Mohler traces a biblical theology of bread throughout the Bible, discovering that our deepest hungers can only be filled by Jesus Christ, the Bread of Life. View Resource

  • A Desperate Plea Media Resource by

    In God’s sovereign hand, our trials and temptations are not without purpose. In this lesson, Dr. Mohler points us to our hope amid such difficulties, that God is using them in this world of sin, evil, and death to His glorious ends. View Resource

  • Forgiven & Forgiving Media Resource by

    Jesus Christ has freed us from the debt of our sin, and because of that, we must freely forgive others. In this lesson, Dr. Mohler develops the idea of debt as a picture of our sin, pointing toward the heart of the Christian faith—forgiveness. View Resource