Video: "A Word to Wives" by Alistair Begg

    Men and women are equal in dignity as image-bearers and co-heirs with Christ, but different in function. Alistair Begg considers the place of submission in marriage, noting that God has given wives a clear command to submit to their husbands. Like every area of life, the marriage relationship is tainted by the consequences of sin, but Christ is exalted when husbands and wives live according to the pattern that God has provided in His Word.

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    Topics: Weekly Sermons


    Thank You for Your Support in 2017!

    Thank you for your generous 2017 year-end donation! Your faithful partnership makes it possible for Truth For Life to share the Gospel with men and women around the world without the barrier of cost.

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    Topics: Ministry Updates


    Featured Resource: "Word-Centered Church"

    This month’s resource, Word-Centered Church: How Scripture Brings Life and Growth to God’s People, offers a thorough treatment of one of God's greatest concerns: growing His people and His church through their study of His Word. Insightful and practical, the book focuses on how a church hears, responds to, and is transformed by Scripture.

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    Topics: Monthly Resources


    Because: Wallpaper

    "Why do we believe what we believe about the person and work of Jesus? Because of what God's Word says." - Alistair Begg

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    Topics: Weekly Wallpaper


    Video: "Marriage - An Introduction" By Alistair Begg

    Culture’s departure from God’s design illustrates what has been true from the beginning: by nature, mankind is in rebellion against God. The institution of marriage is no exception. Alistair Begg reminds believers that God’s Word speaks with authority, infallibility, and sufficiency into our lives. If we are to grasp the profound mystery of Christ’s love for His Church and the implications for us, we must first think rightly about the divine nature of God’s Word.

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    Topics: Weekly Sermons


    Book Your Ticket to the Reformation Tour with Alistair Begg

    Travel back in time by more than 500 years and envision Martin Luther approaching the doors of Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany and posting a list of 95 Theses challenging the beliefs and practices of the Roman Catholic Church. That single event set in motion the Reformation and changed Christian history forever.

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    Topics: Ministry Updates


    Study the book of Isaiah in 2018 by reading "Isaiah by the Day"

    Have you read the book of Isaiah? Do you wonder what it’s all about?

    Alec Motyer, the well known and beloved Bible expositor, had a deep passion for this prophetic book. Knowledgeable in Hebrew as well as Greek, Motyer diligently sought to unearth the riches of Isaiah’s writing, devoting a great portion of his life to studying this book of prophecy.

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    Topics: Monthly Resources


    Sermons on Dealing with Persecution

    "Indeed, all who desire to live a godly life in Christ Jesus will be persecuted." - 2 Timothy 3:12 (ESV)

    In 2 Timothy, Paul warns us that we will face persecution if we are following Christ. In these messages, Alistair Begg reminds us that we are to respond in a Christ-like manner, and that despite the trials of this world, Christ reigns on an eternal throne.

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    Topics: Ministry Updates, Monthly Resources


    Spoke Into Existence: Wallpaper

    "The God who spoke the world into existence by a word;
    He, stooping from His majesty, makes a covenant with you." - C.H. Spurgeon

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    Topics: Weekly Wallpaper


    Video: "Lord in Your Mercy, Hear Our Prayer" by Alistair Begg

    The end of one year and beginning a new one provides an opportunity to reflect on the passage of time. This reflection may be productive if we consider not only our own mortality, but the eternal and holy character of God. Alistair Begg considers Moses’ prayer in Psalm 90, noting that it is grounded in the reality that our sin places each of us under the wrath of God. By grace, because of Christ’s work, the God we have offended will Himself restore, satisfy, gladden, and favor His people.

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    Topics: Weekly Sermons


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