We’ve often heard that bad company corrupts good character. And few people exemplify this any more clearly than a man we meet in 3 John. For a vivid lesson on how one person’s behavior can disrupt an entire community listen to Truth For Life with Alistair Begg!
Walking In The TruthThe notion that there is objective, verifiable, fixed, universal, and defined truth is obsolete today, and the very idea of anything “absolute” is under attack. This opposition to truth is not new, for in every generation when the truth of Jesus Christ is declared and proclaimed, the evil one works to undermine it and sow seeds of confusion. In the books of 2 & 3 John, the Apostle John warned the first century Church— and all believers — about these dangers. John’s concern, shared by every shepherd since, was to see his spiritual children not only acknowledge the truth of the Gospel, but to walk in obedience to that truth. In this series, Alistair Begg challenges us to avoid a counterfeit Christianity as we prioritize and defend the truth of the Gospel. A genuine Christian walk will be marked by the integrity, humility, and generosity of a life lived in response to God’s love and grace. Related resource: "The Truth of Scripture"
Most everyone has heard of the wise men in the Christmas narrative. However, much of what we know about them is actually based on tradition rather than Scripture. Discover what the Bible actually teaches about these mysterious figures on Truth For Life with Alistair Begg. More
Family is a gift from God and is meant to be enjoyed. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg explains that even good gifts can become idols if they overtake our focus on eternal things. More
Parents spend a significant amount of time thinking about their children’s physical well-being. This is a good thing! However, on Truth For Life Alistair Begg reminds us that our top priority should be our concern for the entire family’s spiritual health. More
Almost everyone understands the concept of forgiveness. While it is easy to talk about forgiveness, it is much harder to put it into practice. On Truth For Life, Alistair Begg describes the only source of genuine forgiveness as he studies the life of Joseph. More