There’s a popular saying: “I don’t get mad, I get even.” This mindset sees revenge as a form of justice. But the truth is, we’re all sinners and are equally deserving of punishment. On Truth For Life with Alistair Begg, learn about the biblical response to wrongdoing! More
A Christian Manifesto"The characteristics of Christian discipleship are, from the world’s perspective, marks of losers. That, of course, is one of the reasons that men and women around the world are so slowly drawn to any consideration of the claims of Christ. When we fasten on the claims of Christ as they are made clear in the Bible, we discover that Jesus has actually come to turn the value system of the world on its head." Alistair Begg A manifesto is a public declaration of policy that is issued by a monarch, a head of state, or by a representative of an organization. Do we, as 21st century Christians have a manifesto? Luke 6 would suggest that we do. Join Alistair Begg for this series of studies in what is essentially a manifesto for Christian living, issued by Christ who is our monarch, the Head of the Church.
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