• Inflamed by Scripture Media Resource by

    The Scripture, when rightly understood and personally applied, produces a fervent fire in our hearts for God (Luke 24:32). In this session, Steven Lawson demonstrates how the ministry of the Word revives, refreshes, and renews our hearts for Christ. Like a fire in our bones, the Scripture burns away sin, ignites our affections for God, and energizes our souls for Him. View Resource

  • Questions and Answers Media Resource by ,

    Sinclair Ferguson and Steven Lawson answer questions from conference attendees. 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 of Faith. View Resource

  • Questions and Answers Media Resource by , , , ,

    A Questions and Answers session with Drs. Nathan Busenitz, Steven Lawson, John MacArthur, Stephen Nichols, and R.C. Sproul. Questions: What are some tips for showing mercy and grace when introducing the doctrines of grace into a church? (00:08) Dr. Busenitz, can you comment on the pastoral preparation needed? (07:39) Since God foreordains everything, did He ordain Satan and the fall? (09:03) In regards to Romans 8:29, why is “foreknew” presented with predestination? (14:41) Are we saved by Jesus’ life, death, or both? (19:10) How can we explain the law and preach the gospel today? (21:10) Dr. Sproul, can you … View Resource

  • To the Praise of His Glory Media Resource by

    A biblical view of salvation centers on God. Before the foundation of the world, He graciously chose a people for Himself while justly passing over others “to the praise of his glorious grace” (Eph. 1:3–6). This session will demonstrate why the doctrine of God forms the heart of our understanding of the gospel and the doctrines of grace. View Resource

  • I Lay Down My Life for the Sheep Media Resource by

    The doctrine of salvation focuses on the cross of Jesus Christ. When the Bible describes the death of Christ, it speaks of Him as actually accomplishing redemption. As the Good Shepherd, He laid down His life for His sheep (John 10). His death did not merely make salvation possible; it actually secured redemption for His people. This session will study the nature and extent of the atoning work of Christ. View Resource

  • OPTIONAL SESSION: The Daring Mission of William Tyndale Media Resource by

    In this session, Dr. Steven J. Lawson traces the daring mission of William Tyndale, who was used by God to ignite the English Reformation, which ultimately cost Tyndale his life. View Resource

  • Questions and Answers #2 Media Resource by , ,

    W. Robert Godfrey, Steven Lawson, and R.C. Sproul Jr. answer a range of questions. 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 of Faith. View Resource

  • Sighing for Beauty Media Resource by

    While Christians are on life’s pilgrimage, they sigh for the beauty of the eternal city. Augustine knew this well, and he looked forward to the joy of heaven. Christians live in this fallen world, but they live with a view toward the future—glorification in the new heaven and earth. In this session, Dr. Lawson describes how Christians are to live in this world—in the already of Christ’s work—while at the same time anticipating the future inheritance of the saints—the not yet. View Resource

  • We Buy the Truth Media Resource by

    At Vanity Fair, Pilgrim encountered a market of all kinds of goods: houses, lands, titles, lusts, pleasures, and every other carnal delight one can imagine. All of them promised happiness apart from God. Yet Pilgrim and his companion, upon being asked what they wanted to buy, said, “We buy the truth.” In this session, Dr. Steven J. Lawson describes how Christians, in a world of vanity, are called to seek and proclaim the truth. View Resource

  • Inerrancy in the Pew Media Resource by ,

    (live via video from Los Angeles, Steven Lawson moderator) Inerrancy isn’t just a word for pastors or academics; rather, it’s become a major question for everyone. In this session, Dr. Steven J. Lawson interviews Dr. John MacArthur on how the ongoing “inerrancy debate” has affected the church. Dr. MacArthur describes what standing for the truth means for church members, and he describes how he has dealt with the issue as a pastor. This session will help pastors understand why inerrancy is so significant for them and their flocks, and it will provide guidance in dealing with this issue. View Resource

  • OPTIONAL SESSION: The Daring Mission of William Tyndale Media Resource by

    In this session, Dr. Steven J. Lawson traces the daring mission of William Tyndale, who was used by God to ignite the English Reformation, which ultimately cost Tyndale his life. View Resource

  • God’s Word is Truth Media Resource by

    In the end, inerrancy is just one aspect of Scripture. The Bible is not simply inerrant; rather, it’s absolute truth. It’s our infallible rule for faith and life. In this session, Dr. Steven J. Lawson describes the beauty of Scripture, explains why inerrancy is a part of that beauty, and shows why the church—pastors included—must continue to stand on the truth of God’s Word. View Resource

  • The Difficulty Today Media Resource by , , , ,

    Believing in the inerrancy of Scripture can bring difficulties. Often, church members are unable to explain why they believe the Bible is inerrant to questioning non-Christians. Or, a pastor is unsure as to how to deal with a difficult passage. In addition, issues related to canon, manuscripts, and translations can be difficult for people to understand. This moderated session includes answers from several experienced pastors on how they’ve dealt with difficulties like these over the years. View Resource

  • A Puny God Media Resource by

    If the church has a low view of God, its light will be dim, and the darkness will not be pushed back. Today, our concept of God is often sentimental rather than biblically based. Many people embrace what has been called “moralistic therapeutic deism,” a view of God that says He exists to make us feel good about ourselves, and that He involves Himself in our lives only to affirm us and solve our problems. As long as we do not properly grasp the transcendent majesty and holiness of God, our light will not pierce the darkness. In this message, … View Resource

  • Questions and Answers #1 Media Resource by , , ,

    Sinclair Ferguson, Steven Lawson, Russell Moore, and R.C. Sproul answer questions on topics such as why Adam sinned, the importance of creeds and confessions in the church, how we can know if our worship music is pleasing to God, and more. Questions: If Adam was born free from evil and sin, why did he sin? (00:05) If God is sovereign, what is the purpose of intercessory prayer? (02:20) Is it important that a church subscribe to a confession (such as the Westminster Confession of Faith)? Why or why not? (04:39) What parts of the law are still relevant to … View Resource