A church can be an effective agent for good in the community. But if the members of that church lack a crucial component it renders the congregation useless! Alistair Begg explains the essential feature of any successful church. More
Love in the Local ChurchHere we have one of the most familiar chapters in the New Testament. It appears so frequently on wedding bulletins, we may be tempted to believe it was penned for that purpose. It is only when we read it in the context of the surrounding chapters that we can understand and apply it correctly. The apostle was addressing a church that was vibrant but chaotic. As they tried to cover their division and confusion by an over-emphasis on the spectacular gifts, Paul shows them a better way. This chapter presents a particular challenge to any outwardly successful church because its preoccupations may not be the same as God’s priorities.
When planning a celebration, we think of food and festivities. But the Israelites celebrated the completion of Jerusalem’s wall with the public reading of Scripture. In like manner, Alistair Begg challenges us to rejoice in God’s Word. Listen to Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
In an age obsessed with entertainment, many churches are tempted to captivate their audience with the spectacular. But on Truth For Life, Alistair Begg calls for churches to focus their services around the reading and teaching of God’s Word. More
In every task that God calls us to, our ultimate goal is to reveal His glory to the world. Even after Nehemiah had finished his task of rebuilding the wall, he continued to press toward the goal of glorifying God. Our study in Nehemiah continues on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg. More
Talking about relationships among believers, Paul wrote, “Love is not easily angered, love keeps no record of wrongs, love does not delight in evil, love rejoices in the truth, and love always protects.” Listen as our study in First Corinthians 13 continues on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More