• Cut to the Heart: Awakening in Scripture Media Resource by

    Throughout the history of God’s people, the Holy Spirit has moved at specific times in order to bring awakening to His covenant community. This session explores the reality of awakening in biblical history, considering various examples of awakening that occurred during the times of the Apostles and prophets. Some examples include the awakenings under Hezekiah, Josiah, and Nehemiah, and the session also considers the outpouring of the Spirit at Pentecost (Acts 2) as an example of awakening. View Resource

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

    A questions and answers session with Dr. W. Robert Godfrey, Dr. Steven J Lawson, Rev. Matthias Lohmann, Dr. Albert Mohler, Rev. Steffen Mueller, and Dr. Stephen Nichols. Questions: What would you say to someone who is suffering from Luther celebration fatigue? (0:42) How can I help other Christians understand the urgent need for Reformation? (1:13) How is it that Germany has moved so radically toward atheism? (3:00) What are some of the best lay-level resources for addressing textual criticism? (5:15) Why did Martin Luther struggle to break free from certain aspects of Roman Catholicism? (7:08) Is approaching the … View Resource

  • Standing for the Truth Media Resource by

    At the Diet of Worms, Martin Luther was confronted with a choice between obeying the Word of God or the words of men. By God’s grace, Luther persevered and stood for the truth despite the high cost. In so doing, Luther showed us that we must be people of conviction and courage, committing ourselves to God’s Word both in our words and actions. This session will look at God’s call for His people to stand courageously on His Word and consider Luther’s example at Worms as an example for us. 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 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

  • The Preached Word and Reformation Media Resource by

    Reformation doesn’t occur without biblical preaching. Yet developments in technology, a decline in literacy, and the rise of secularization have led some to question the viability of preaching in the modern world. This session considers the rediscovery of preaching in the ministry of the Reformers, explains why preaching is central to Christianity, and considers why expository preaching is essential for the future. View Resource

  • Questions & Answers with Lawson, MacArthur, Mohler, and Sproul Media Resource by , , ,

    A questions and answers session with Drs. Steven Lawson, John MacArthur, Albert Mohler and R.C. Sproul. Questions: Dr. MacArthur, can you tell us about the Shepherds Conference? (1:09) How do you explain the term “Reformed” to a someone unfamiliar to Reformed teaching? (2:34) Is our still heart deceitfully wicked after we are born again? (4:47) How should I share the gospel when it could cost me my job? (7:08) Is it biblical to say God “loves you” to believers and nonbelievers alike? (9:32) What does it mean when we confess that Jesus has a reasonable soul? (13:05) Dr. MacArthur, … View Resource

  • Optional Session: A Long Line of Godly Men Media Resource by

    History includes example after example of godly men who have upheld the doctrines of grace. This session considers the examples of these men, why these doctrines were important historically, and why they are important for Christians both today and in the future. View Resource

  • The Gospel as Historical Fact Media Resource by

    The gospel of Jesus Christ is “good news.” It is “good” because it tells the greatest story ever told about how God redeems those who repent and believe in Christ alone for salvation. It is “news” because it is rooted in the historical events of the life and ministry of Jesus Christ. In this session, Dr. Steven Lawson explains why the historicity of the biblical record is essential for the truth claims of the gospel. View Resource

  • The Passionate Preaching of Martyn Lloyd-Jones (Optional Session) Media Resource by

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  • 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. Steven Lawson describes how the resurrection of Christ provides the basis for our faith and gives hope for new life. View Resource

  • Questions & Answers with Godfrey, Lawson, Strachan and Thomas Media Resource by , , ,

    A questions and answers session with Drs. W. Robert Godfrey, Steven Lawson, Owen Strachan, and Derek Thomas. Questions: How would you explain the gospel to a 10 year old? (00:32) What are the means of grace? (07:04) How do you comfort a believer who is distraught by the doctrine of hell? (11:44) What is Reformed theology trying to reform? Is it still a reaction to the Roman Catholic Church? (17:45) What is the ordo salutis? (24:59) Who resurrected Christ from the dead? (36:20) Where are Old Testament believers commanded to believe in the promise of the Messiah? (37:38) What … View Resource

  • No Hope without It: The Life of Christ Media Resource by

    God requires us to be holy as He is holy. As sinners, we deserve to be eternally punished for breaking God’s law. To satisfy our guilt before God, we need a substitute not only to die for our sins but also to fulfill the righteous requirements of the law on our behalf. We need a mediator to succeed where Adam failed in keeping God’s commands. In this session, Dr. Steven Lawson details the significance of the active obedience of Christ in His role as the second Adam and explain why there is “no hope without it.” View Resource

  • Beginning with Moses: Christ in All the Scriptures Media Resource by

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    The Bible is the inspired, inerrant, and authoritative Word of God. Although it consists of a collection of sixty-six writings by multiple authors spanning hundreds of years, it is one book with one message of salvation. From Genesis to Revelation, the Bible reveals how God saves sinners through His one and only Son, the Lord Jesus Christ. In this session, Dr. Steven Lawson expounds upon how the promise of redemption given throughout the Old Testament is fulfilled in Christ. View Resource

  • Questions & Answers with Godfrey, Mohler, Lawson, and Sproul Media Resource by , , ,

    A questions and answers session with Drs. W. Robert Godfrey, Albert Mohler, Steven Lawson, and R.C. Sproul. Questions: Was salvation provided after the fall and before Christ? (00:38) If God gives faith and He wants everyone to be saved, why does He not give faith to everyone? (01:32) Does the Bible preclude the existence of life elsewhere in the universe? (02:10) Would you comment on the influence, relevance, and significance of traducianism as it relates to creation? (03:35) Are there distinctions of sin in hell? (05:50) What would you say to a healthcare worker who has to work … View Resource

  • Reaching the World Media Resource by

    An inflamed heart for God inevitably leads to being a fervent witness for Christ. Being impassioned for Him causes one to eagerly share his faith to those around him (Romans 1:14-17). In this final lecture, Steven Lawson explains how we must overcome spiritual apathy if we are to be effective in our outreach for Christ. One whose heart burns for God will be thrust into the world to boldly proclaim the gospel and testify for Christ. View Resource