• Peace, Purity, and Unity in the Church: 2010 Pastors Conference Conference with Various Teachers

    At Ligonier, we know that the work in the church is crucial to advancing God’s work in this world. Godly leaders are on the frontline of ministry. Pastoral responsibilities to clearly and effectively teach the gospel, lead the next generation, shepherd families, engage in missions and church planting, and serve wherever God directs are profound. So that we all might continue to be a blessing to the world and to our brothers and sisters in Christ, we must effectively live out the essential truths of the gospel. At the 2010 Pastors Conference, “Peace, Purity, and Unity in the Church,” Mark … View Resource

  • Bought with a Price: 2006 National Conference Conference with Various Teachers

    Ligonier Ministries’ 2006 National Conference, Bought with a Price, discusses God’s plan for the church and the congregant’s role in it. Dr. Sproul is joined by other Christian scholars, pastors, and leaders, including J. Ligon Duncan III, Sinclair Ferguson, Kenneth Jones, John MacArthur, and R.C. Sproul Jr., to present the church’s mission in the world. View Resource

  • Pastors Conference 2005 Conference with Various Teachers

    The modern church-growth movement has produced many formulas and strategies for achieving rapid growth in church attendance. And while the desire to reach the lost is commendable, the pursuit of God and His standards is all too often lost in the zeal to fill our churches. In this series of lectures from Ligonier Ministries’ 2005 Pastors Conference, Drs. R.C. Sproul, Mark Dever, and Derek Thomas call upon the leaders of the church to renew their commitment to being God-centered in all aspects of ministry. The speakers explore the importance of expository preaching, the elements of God-glorifying worship, and explain how … View Resource

  • One True Church?: 2000 Pittsburgh Conference Conference with R.C. Sproul

    It’s easy to become discouraged as the marks of God’s church seem to grow fuzzy in local congregations, becoming so blurred at times we’re not sure what distinguishes a church from a cult or social club. What does the one true church look like? When did God first establish his church, and why? What is the nature of the covenant relationship He made with His church, and what are our responsibilities? What do the words ‘one, holy, catholic, and apostolic church’ mean? When did Catholic and Orthodox institutions cease to be part of the one true church? How can … View Resource