• Serving the Church in Europe (Optional Session) Media Resource by

    Europe has become a seedbed of atheism, a place where Christians expect to be ridiculed and despised. Yet even here there is hope, for God’s Word has strength and power to draw His people to Himself. In this session, Dr. Michael Reeves provides a stark portrait of this post-Christian region, as well as practical advice on church planting and re-evangelization. View Resource

  • Implications of the Character of God (Optional Session) Media Resource by , , ,

    A panel discussion with Drs. Sinclair Ferguson, Steven Lawson, Stephen Nichols, and Michael Reeves. Questions: What is the doctrine of the simplicity of God? (00:00) Do you have a memory of a moment when you began to get a sense of who God truly is, an awareness of this God who is holy? (02:56) How have you helped cultivate an appetite for God in your congregations? (14:15) Note: Answers given 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 … View Resource

  • From Everlasting to Everlasting Media Resource by

    God is the same yesterday, today, and forever. In this session, Dr. Michael Reeves explains why God’s unchanging nature should give us great comfort. 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

  • Speaking Truth in the Home Media Resource by

    The Reformation brought about changes not only in the church but also in the home. In this session, Dr. Michael Reeves examines how the Reformers laid the foundation for much of our understanding of the role of marriage and family in God’s plan for His creation. View Resource

  • Here I Stand Media Resource by

    Martin Luther’s stand for the gospel was the means through which God brought reformation to His church. In this session, Dr. Michael Reeves considers Luther’s life and legacy, emphasizing his teachings on the authority of Scripture, justification, and Christian freedom. View Resource

  • International Panel Discussion Media Resource by , , , , ,

    On this panel, various international speakers discuss how God is working in their respective countries. They consider how reformation is taking place today and what the global future of the church may look like. Questions: What is the difference between the church in Scotland, and the church in America? (1:15) What does training for gospel ministry look like in the UK? (6:42) How is the exclusivity of Christ alone under attack in different cultural contexts? (11:38) How can the North American church and the global church better pray and serve each other? (29:35) Note: Answers given reflect the … View Resource

  • Optional Session: The English Reformation Media Resource by

    The English Reformation had a profound impact upon the course of the world, and today we still benefit from the spiritual wisdom and discernment of this movement. This session looks briefly at the English Reformation and considers what it meant then and for our time. View Resource

  • After Darkness, Light Media Resource by

    Reformation occurs when the light of God’s Word shines into places of spiritual and cultural darkness and transforms the people of God. This is why the motto of the Protestant Reformation became “After Darkness, Light.” This session sets the stage for the conference by considering why reformation was needed in the sixteenth century and why it is needed today. View Resource

  • All Things New: The Return of Christ Media Resource by

    The gospel reminds us that we are pilgrims traveling from this world to that which is to come. Jesus promised His disciples that He would one day return to bring them to a place that He prepared for them. It is a place where all things are made new, free of sin and sorrow. As Christians, we seek not fame or fortune but a heavenly city whose builder and maker is God. In this session, Dr. Michael Reeves provides an overview of the future hope we have as Christians when Christ returns to establish the new heaven and new earth. View Resource

  • He Is Not Here: The Resurrection of Christ Media Resource by

    Without the resurrection of Christ, our hope of eternal life is vanquished. Since we know that Christ has risen from the dead, we have reason for faith and motivation for ministry. The resurrection testifies to the victory of Christ on the cross and the power of the gospel over sin and death. In this session, Dr. Michael Reeves describes how the resurrection of Christ provides the basis for our faith and gives hope for new life. View Resource

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

    A questions and answers session with Drs. Ian Hamilton, Stephen Nichols, Michael Reeves, R.C. Sproul and Derek Thomas. Questions: What did the Lord do in your life to help you embrace your calling as a battlefield theologian? (00:30) Please reflect on the helpfulness of the Ligonier Statement on Christology. (02:28) Can you know Jesus without the Bible? (7:44) When the wrath of God was poured out for our sins was the Son of God separated from the Trinity? (12:00) Was it difficult for Christ to live a sinless life? (13:38) Did Jesus die and take the punishment for the … View Resource

  • The English Reformation (Optional Session) Media Resource by

    In this session, Dr. Michael Reeves highlights his teaching series The English Reformation and the Puritans as he discusses why he, and why all Christians, should care about the English Reformers. View Resource

  • The Demise of Puritanism Media Resource by

    In this series, we have unfolded the English Reformation politically with kings and queens, and theologically with advancements and setbacks. We have, as well, witnessed the rise of Puritanism with its desire to further reform the Reformation. After seeing Puritanism at its greatest strength, we encountered the beginning of its end with the restoration of Charles II and the persecution that resulted. In this lesson, Dr. Reeves develops further the “iron fist” that strangled Puritanism to death historically. As we bring this final message to a close, we are still left with the crucial question, “Has Puritanism, and the Reformation … View Resource

  • Owen’s Theology Media Resource by

    We have just become acquainted with the life and thought of the Puritan John Owen. We saw that he providentially arose from his anti-Puritan Laudian context at Oxford to become a Reformed theologian of the highest caliber and a prominent individual during the time of the Commonwealth and Protectorate. We now take a more in-depth look at his theology, which demonstrated a broad intellect. Owen pursued grand projects, meshing together varied disciplines such as linguistics, biblical exegesis, historical theology, and doctrine. Specifically, his unique emphasis on the Trinity profoundly shaped his theology. View Resource