Solomon discovered that the pleasures of life mock us because they’re fleeting. He said that the quest for satisfaction is like “chasing the wind.” So, then, what brings true meaning in life? We’ll find out when our study in Ecclesiastes concludes on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
Chasing The WindTrapped in a dark world without God, the writer of Ecclesiastes searches frantically for some light on the path. Indulging in everything this world has to offer leaves him empty and unfulfilled. After climbing high on the ladder of life, he makes the tragic discovery that it was propped against the wrong wall. Growing cynical about life’s achievements, he begins to question the rationale behind everything. These studies touch the pulse of a generation caught between material prosperity and spiritual poverty. Alistair Begg helps us make sense of this relevant book, so that we can live life with purpose and meaning. In order to do this, we must first discover what it means to fear God, which is the beginning of true wisdom.
Faith in Christ should transform the way we relate to those closest to us. In his first letter, the Apostle Peter speaks directly to men about how they should treat their wives. Hear a message called Being a Husband—God’s Way, on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
We live in a generation that tends to make up its own rules about a woman’s role at home. So how do we take the biblical principles written two thousand years ago and apply this wisdom to vastly different times? Hear the answer on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg! More
When a wife becomes insecure about her role in marriage, the whole relationship can be at risk. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg talks about marriage and the strategic purpose God has given to wives. More
Does salvation occur through baptism? If so, where does Jesus fit in? If not, what purpose does baptism serve? On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg walks us through various theological beliefs surrounding baptism and points to Christ, the only one who can save us from sin. More