In the first century, one writer warned against people who were lovers of self, lovers of money, arrogant, ungrateful, gossips. Not a flattering list of virtues! But it’s the world in which we live. Hear Alistair Begg talk about "Continuing in the Faith", no matter what surrounds us on Truth For Life. More
Useful to the MasterPaul’s second letter to Timothy issues a direct challenge to all who are tempted to embrace pragmatism at the expense of truth. Timothy is confronted by confusion in the realm of doctrine and morality. It was vital that he understood the absolute priority of defining and declaring the gospel so as to be able to speak with authority in an age of uncertainty. Some 2000 years later we face the same challenge and these studies prepare us to meet it. If you feel inadequate for the task of sharing the Good News and wonder whether God can use someone like you, then you’ll find this series to be a great help. Paul helps Timothy to overcome his frailty and fear and find his confidence in the power which comes from God alone.
Throughout the Old Testament, God revealed glimpses of Himself and His character through certain prophets who spoke His words to the people. But now, the fullness of God has been revealed in the person of Jesus Christ. That’s our topic on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
Most people know that Jesus died on the cross. But knowing something isn’t the same as understanding it! On Truth For Life with Alistair Begg, we’ll ponder what it truly meant for God to pour out His wrath on His Son, as we continue the series Jesus 101. More
The image of Jesus on the cross has become so familiar that we often lose sight of all that moment represents. By pondering Jesus’ prayer in Gethsemane, we’ll attempt to recapture the awe and wonder of the cross. That’s our focus on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg. More
Many people are uncomfortable with the idea of confronting a friend about their sin. They quickly point out that Jesus Himself said not to judge others. On Truth For Life with Alistair Begg, we’ll discover what Jesus actually meant by that command, as our study called A Christian Manifesto continues! More