• Cures for Antinomianism Media Resource by

    1 Corinthians 9:21

    The only cure for antinomianism is the gospel—nothing short of Jesus Christ. In this lesson, Dr. Ferguson explains our relationship to the law and discusses the gospel cure for antinomianism, which is found only in Christ and by the enabling power of the Holy Spirit. View Resource

  • Confidence in Christ Media Resource by

    Philippians 3:11

    Our union with Christ is at the heart of the glorious gospel, and as Christians, we are called to be united with Him in His sufferings. In this lesson, Dr. Nichols sets our eyes on Christ, our confidence, that we might know His power in suffering. View Resource

  • How the Gospel Brings Us All the Way Home (Optional Session) Media Resource by

    Romans 8

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  • That I May Know Him Media Resource by

    Philippians 3:8-14

    In Christian living, Jesus Christ is everything. This is to say, the Christian life should be lived without distractions, maintaining a simple single-mindedness for Him (Phil. 3:8-12). In this session, Sinclair Ferguson shows that our spiritual lives must be radically Christ-centered and thoroughly Christ-saturated. As we follow Christ, we must never become diverted from supreme loyalty to Him. Instead, we must remain firmly fixed in our unwavering devotion to Him. View Resource

  • Abiding in the Vine Media Resource by

    John 15:1-11

    Did you know that the most common description in the New Testament for believers is not “Christian” but simply “in Christ”? Through the power of the Holy Spirit, believers experience the indwelling of Christ. The disciples struggled to grasp the advantage of this special and mysterious union and how powerfully present a bodily absent Christ was in it. To help His disciples lay hold of this concept, Jesus uses the picture of a vine and its branches. In this lesson, Dr. Ferguson opens up this image from John 15 emphasizing the significance of our union with Christ as we abide … View Resource