• Advancing the Gospel Media Resource by

    Philippians 1:12-18

    Paul was so committed to the gospel that he was pleased when it was being presented accurately even if the motives of particular preachers were not pure. In this session, Dr. W. Robert Godfrey reminds us of the primacy of the gospel and that God’s Word will not return void regardless of man’s imperfection. View Resource

  • The Apostle’s Defense Media Resource by

    Galatians 1:11-24

    In the introduction of his letter to the Galatians, the Apostle Paul offered a definition of the gospel along with a warning about the destructive nature of false gospels. Because certain false teachers were attacking the legitimacy of Paul’s ministry in an attempt to undermine the gospel, Paul needed to defend his own ministry and Apostleship. In this lesson, Dr. Thomas focuses our attention on the significance of Paul’s teaching about his past, his conversion, and the origin of his gospel. View Resource

  • Approving What Is Excellent Media Resource by

    Philippians 1:1-11

    The Apostle Paul had a special affection for the church at Philippi, and this love shines through in the opening verses of his epistle to the Philippians as he tells them how he is praying for them. In this session, Dr. Stephen Nichols highlights Paul’s priorities in prayer. View Resource

  • Ashamed of the Gospel Media Resource by

    John 6:25-71

    Are we fighting the right battles? Are we upsetting the world because we are Christians or because of our political positions? Political activism and social ministry are important, but they are not the Gospel. True reformation occurs only when hearts are changed. View Resource

  • Back to Basics Media Resource by

    Romans 1:1-7

    In every age and in every nation, the church is tempted to capitulate to the values and ideals of the surrounding culture. In every age and in every nation, the solution is the same: repentance and faith. To be faithful, the church must recover the Gospel of Jesus Christ and Him crucified. In this message, Dr. R.C. Sproul looks at the essentials of the Gospel and explains why it is necessary in every generation to re-emphasize the centrality of these basic truths. View Resource

  • A Basin for Washing Media Resource by

    Exodus 30:17-21

    Water is necessary for our lives and without it, we will die. This is not just true for our earthly life, but also our spiritual life. In the Bible, water symbolizes our relationship with God and that which we need for life and washing spiritually. We need the cleansing and forgiveness from sin that comes by God’s grace. In this lesson, we will consider the bronze laver, the basin for washing in the tabernacle and its connection to such spiritual cleansing initially and continually. View Resource

  • Believing the Gospel Media Resource by

    It is without question that Jesus’ death on the cross was the ultimate sacrifice on behalf of His people. Because of His atoning death, we have the rights and privileges of the children of God. Is there anything more Jesus could do for us? What more than His death is necessary for us to be saved? In this message entitled “The Good News is Christ Himself,” Dr. Sproul explains how Jesus’ death was not sufficient by itself to be good news—there is one major prerequisite that must first be considered. View Resource

  • Calvinism’s Foundational Experience Media Resource by

    Isaiah 6:1-8

    In this lesson, Pastor Hamilton addresses the foundational experience that lies at the heart of Calvinism. As he does so, we are called to consider Isaiah 6 and the “common notes” that all believers share in the Christian life—even when the circumstances of their conversions vary. Pastor Hamilton shows us that God replicates such “notes” in every person trusting in Jesus Christ alone for salvation. View Resource

  • Chapter 1:6-10 Media Resource by

    Galatians 1:6-10

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  • Christ and Doctrine Media Resource by

    Can a person deny biblical doctrine and still be saved? What role does doctrine have in the salvation of sinners? Considering these questions, Dr. Sproul explains the importance of doctrine in the life of every believer, in this message entitled “Christ and Doctrine.” View Resource

  • Christ the Only Way Media Resource by

    How will you survive the judgment of God? Why should God let you into heaven? In short, what is the gospel? In this message, young people were asked the above questions, and like so many, young people are depending on their own merits to be accepted by God. Their answers were candid, genuine, and many of them horrifying. Out of all the answers that were given, Dr. Sproul affirms with Scripture that “Christ is the Only Way.” View Resource

  • The Church’s Message Media Resource by

    2 Corinthians 5:9-6:2

    The church has a message for a lost and dying world, but that message has often been obscured or replaced by man-made messages. In this seminar, Dr. Sinclair Ferguson will remind us of the church’s most basic message to the world – the Gospel of Jesus Christ and explain why the continued proclamation of that message is essential. View Resource

  • The Drama of Redemption Media Resource by

    Are you one of the millions of people who are in debt beyond your ability to pay it off? When we find ourselves in financial debt, we have basically three options before us. We can pay the off debt; file for bankruptcy; or do nothing and then face legal action, which brings us back to the first two options. But financial debt is not the only kind of debt we incur. Scripture says that all have sinned against God, and because of that we have incurred a debt beyond our means to pay. To make matters worse, sins are considered … View Resource

  • Fuel for Missions and Fueled by Missions Media Resource by

    For the church to grow, the gospel must be taken to those who have not heard of Jesus Christ. The task of foreign missions was one of the key reasons why the Protestant Reformation expanded beyond the boundaries of western Europe. This work continues today. One of the most encouraging developments today is the growth of Christianity in the non-western world. Yet the need is still great both here and abroad. This session explains why the way forward in forging a new reformation is faithfulness to the Great Commission, looking at how believers are called to bring the gospel both … View Resource

  • Good News in a Fallen World Media Resource by

    At the beginning of his ministry, Jesus declared that he had come to proclaim good news to the poor and liberty to the captives and those who are oppressed (Luke 4:18). The world is still full of hurting people who need to hear this good news. In this message Joni Eareckson-Tada will explain how the Gospel sets the oppressed and captive free. View Resource