• We Would See Jesus: 2014 Fall Conference at Reformation Bible College Conference with Various Teachers

    More than one pulpit has had the phrase, “Sir, we would see Jesus” posted where the preacher can see it as he proclaims the Word of God. It is a good reminder. One thing we learn from church history is that preachers must always fight the temptation to preach their opinions, current events, popular culture—anything but Christ and Him crucified. Today we are facing a dire need for the church to recapture the centrality of Christ in its preaching and life. From many pulpits people hear messages that do not emphasize the gospel, or they hear no gospel preached. This … View Resource

  • Surprised by God: 2012 Fall Conference at Reformation Bible College Conference with Various Teachers

    Too many of us have domesticated God. We have lost the ability to be amazed at His glory and to recognize who we are as humble creatures before our transcendent and holy Creator. We need to recapture a true sense of His glory that we might wonder at His power and character, that He might again surprise us by showing us that our thoughts are not His thoughts and that our ways are not His ways. In this series of messages Drs. George Grant, Michael Morales, Stephen Nichols, R.C. Sproul Jr. and R.C Sproul consider the theme Surprised by God … View Resource

  • The Autobiography of God: 2011 Fall Conference at Reformation Bible College Conference with Various Teachers

    The Bible speaks of how God deals with man. Because we are sinners, we are tempted to conclude that therefore it is about us. The truth is we exist for the sake of His story. The Bible is God’s autobiography—His Word telling us about who He is. In this 2011 Fall Conference, Voddie Baucham, George Grant, Michael Morales, R.C. Sproul Jr., and R.C. Sproul explore how the Bible tells us about who God is, not as a list of attributes, but as three persons in one being, working together in space and time. View Resource