• The Book of Job Media Resource by

    Why does God permit suffering? It’s a question all of us have asked, and the book of Job points us toward the answer. This session will consider the book of Job and how his story applies to our lives. View Resource

  • A Holy Nation Media Resource by

    The Christian life is a pilgrim life. As followers of Christ, we are citizens of another land. This place is not our home, but we are traveling from this world to the next. This session will focus on 1 Peter 2:9-12 to explain what it means for the church to be “sojourners and exiles.” View Resource

  • Questions & Answers Media Resource by , ,

    A questions and answers session with Drs. W. Robert Godfrey, Stephen Nichols, and Derek Thomas View Resource

  • A Living Hope Media Resource by

    Many people place their hope in things that cannot meet their needs such as sports, politics, education, work, or even family and friends. This session will focus on 1 Peter 1:1-8 to explain what it means to be “born again” and why only the gospel of Jesus Christ provides true, lasting hope for Christians. View Resource

  • Optional Session: The Book of Job Media Resource by

    We can identify with Job’s story because we have all experienced suffering. But the book of Job isn’t merely given as a means for identifying with Job; it is given to help us understand and respond rightly to suffering. This session considers what Job teaches us about how God uses trials and suffering to draw us closer to Himself. View Resource

  • Knowing Our Only Mediator Media Resource by

    Until this world comes to an end, the lost need Christ for eternal life. “Faith alone” and “grace alone” are shorthand expressions to underscore that salvation is by “Christ alone.” As prophet, priest, and king, Jesus is the only mediator between God and man. This session shows why the person and work of Christ is the greatest need of the church in every generation, and it reflects on current and future challenges to biblical Christology both in the West and around the world. View Resource

  • Questions & Answers with Horton, Godfrey, Nichols, and Thomas Media Resource by , , ,

    A questions and answers session with Drs. Michael Horton, W. Robert Godfrey, Stephen Nichols and Derek Thomas. Questions: Dr. Horton, do you hear a who? (0:02) Is it okay if I don’t remember the moment I was converted? (1:09) Please define mercy and grace. Are they synonymous or distinct? (2:31) When Jesus says from the cross, “Father, forgive them for they do not know what they do,” does that imply ignorance can save? (3:36) Is there a point where we can go too far in confessing our sins to one another? (6:26) How can I witness to my friends … View Resource

  • Ligonier Teaching Fellows Panel Discussion Media Resource by , , , , ,

    Chris Larson moderates a panel discussion with some of the Ligonier Teaching Fellows on the subject of the goal of the Reformation. Questions: What is the goal of reformation? (1:08) What do we mean when we say ordinary means of grace ministry? (8:30) What is the mission of God as we look to the next 500 years? (21:31) Note: Answers given during Panel Discussions reflect the views of the individual speakers and do not necessarily reflect the views of Dr. R.C. Sproul and Ligonier Ministries. Here is our Statement of Faith. View Resource

  • Before Light, Darkness Media Resource by

    The Latin phrase post tenebras lux has long stood as a motto of the Reformation. Its stark but hopeful claim shines forth in a culture engulfed by sin. By declaring “after darkness light,” the Reformers understood that only the light of the gospel can overcome the darkness of unbelief. In this session, Dr. Thomas explores what the Reformers meant by this phrase and how it can inform our witness today. View Resource

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

    A questions and answers session with Drs. Albert Mohler, Stephen Nichols, R.C. Sproul, and Derek Thomas. Questions: “No man knows the day or the hour concerning the second coming, not even the Son of man.” Does Jesus know now? (01:01) What does it mean when we say that Christ had a “reasonable” soul? (06:01) “Without the shedding of blood there is no forgiveness of sins.” Why does it take blood and not some other substance? (06:53) Why was Jesus in the grave for only three days? (09:38) Since the Reformers were fallible sinners, can we trust their view of … View Resource

  • A Time for Confidence Media Resource by

    As Christians, our confidence centers on the gospel of Jesus Christ. As the author of Hebrews states, “we have confidence to enter the holy places by the blood of Jesus” (Heb. 10:19). As a result, we can “draw near to the throne of grace” with boldness and confidence (Heb. 4:16). Apart from Christ, we have no standing before God. Our sins condemn us. But if we trust in Christ alone for our salvation, we can be confident in knowing that our standing before God is secure. In this session, Dr. Thomas expounds upon our confidence in the gospel. View Resource

  • The Sovereignty of God Media Resource by

    Elihu is introduced after Eliphaz, Bildad, and Zophar have long concluded that Job’s suffering must be a punishment for sin. In this lesson, Dr. Thomas looks at Elihu’s contribution to the book of Job and what it teaches about the sovereignty of God. View Resource

  • How the Gospel Brings Us All the Way Home (Optional Session) Media Resource by

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  • Chosen in Christ: God’s Eternal Plan of Redemption Media Resource by

    Many struggle to see the value of the doctrine of election for Christian living. Yet from a biblical perspective, the doctrine of election is intended to comfort God’s people as well as magnify God’s grace. In this session, Dr. Derek Thomas shows why God’s eternal plan to redeem His people for His glory is the basis for the work of Christ as our mediator, the foundation for the historical unfolding of the covenant of grace, and the ground for our hope in the gospel. View Resource

  • A Curse for Us: The Death of Christ Media Resource by

    Christianity centers on the cross of Christ. From the justice of God in dealing with sin to the love of God in sending His Son to die, the cross is the supreme display of the character of God. Through His atoning death, Christ secured eternal life for His people. In this session, Dr. Derek Thomas focuses on the substitutionary atonement of Christ and the importance of upholding the doctrine of double imputation. View Resource