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  • The Christian Man in the Home Media Resource by

    Ephesians 5:25-33

    The Christian is duty-bound in every sphere of life. But what is the relationship between love and duty? In this message in the series “Meaning for Men,” Dr. Sproul explores yet one more sphere in which the Christian man finds himself—the home. View Resource

  • The Father as Prophet, Priest, and King Media Resource by

    Ephesians 5

    We are called to be holy. But that call extends beyond our personal lives. God also has called families to be set apart. Our pre-conference seminar, “The Set-Apart Family,” will feature Susan Hunt, R.C. Sproul, R.C. Sproul Jr. They will discuss God’s call in our family lives, the roles He has assigned to us, and the pernicious ways the world seeks to derail God’s ordained structure for the family. View Resource

  • The Husband Cherishes Media Resource by

    Ephesians 5:28

    The Bible calls the husband to love his wife as much as Christ loves the church. Yet the Apostle Paul calls husbands to love their wives by using an infinitely lower standard. In fact, that same standard of love applies to all human relationships.  Where does self-love fit in the marriage union? Are husbands called to be selfless? In this message entitled “The Husband Cherishes,” Dr. Sproul teaches us about a necessary standard of love the husband is called to uphold in marriage. View Resource

  • The Husband’s Role Media Resource by

    Ephesians 5:25-29

    When comparing the roles of husbands and wives, many would suppose that the wife has the more difficult role as she is called to obey her husband. But a closer look at what the Scripture has to say about the responsibility of husbands may prove otherwise. Husbands are called to love their wives. So what is the hard part about that you may ask? The difficulty is not necessarily found in the wife, but in the standard by which a husband is measured. In this message, Dr. Sproul discusses the high standard men are called to as they seek to … View Resource