• Serving the Church in Europe (Optional Session) 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 …

  • From Everlasting to Everlasting 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.

  • Questions & Answers with Godfrey, Lawson, Mohler, and Reeves 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 …

  • Speaking Truth in the Home 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 …

  • Here I Stand 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 …

  • International Panel Discussion 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 …

  • Optional Session: The English Reformation 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 …

  • After Darkness, Light 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 …

  • All Things New: The Return of Christ 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 …

  • He Is Not Here: The Resurrection of Christ 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 …

  • Questions & Answers with Hamilton, Nichols, Reeves, Sproul, and Thomas 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 …

  • The English Reformation (Optional Session) 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.

  • The Demise of Puritanism 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 …

  • Owen’s Theology 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 …

  • John Owen by

    Dr. Reeves testifies to England’s historical inability to produce theologians. He also mentions that perhaps the most famous British theologian ever was Pelagius, though he is hardly someone to emulate. However, one of the best candidates for the greatest …