• Moses and the Burning Bush

    March 2018

    Moses and the Burning Bush

    by Dr. R.C. Sproul

    “The bush was burning, yet it was not consumed”

    How can an unholy people stand before a holy God? Who is God, and what is His relationship to His creation? And how can we know Him? In Exodus 3, Moses … read more.

  • Strength for the Weary

    March 2018

    Strength for the Weary

    by Dr. Derek Thomas

    Life is not easy. Its many trials often leave us wondering how we can press on in a fallen world. When we receive fresh wounds before old ones heal, we often are tempted to despair. We share this experience with … read more.

  • The Affectionate Theology of Richard Sibbes

    March 2018

    The Affectionate Theology of Richard Sibbes

    by Dr. Mark Dever

    In a time of political turmoil and religious upheaval, Richard Sibbes sought to consistently apply the riches of Reformation theology to his hearers’ lives. He emphasized the security of God’s covenant, the call for assurance of salvation, and the place … read more.

  • The Moment of Truth

    February 2018

    The Moment of Truth

    by Dr. Steven Lawson

    “What is truth?” Pilate turned to Jesus and asked a profound question. It is a question that continues to be debated in our day. But it is one that God has definitively answered in His written Word and ultimately revealed … read more.