If You Benefit from Truth For Life, Will You Become a Truthpartner?


Did you know that it’s listeners like you who make Truth For Life possible?

In fact, when you hear or watch Alistair’s teaching, it comes to you by way of the faithful giving from your fellow listeners called Truthpartners. Truthpartners give an amount they choose each month, and their collective giving cares for the cost of producing and distributing the life-changing teaching you hear on Truth For Life.

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Topics: Ministry Updates


Idolatry Comes Before Immorality (An Excerpt from ‘Brave by Faith’)


King Nebuchadnezzar sets up a statue of himself and says, in essence, “I have had this amazing image put up, and I want universal submission and worship, from everyone, or else.”

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Topics: Articles


All the Time and Everywhere: Wallpaper

“God's providence is at work all the time and everywhere.”
— Alistair Begg

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Topics: Weekly Wallpaper


What Is Faith? (And What It’s Not)

“Are you a person of faith?” How you respond to that question will depend on what you think faith actually is. Given all the misconceptions and misappropriations of the word faith in our culture, it’s no surprise that you might hesitate to answer.

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Topics: Articles


How Do Christians Handle a Changing Culture?

“What I believe makes me an outsider.” This is a sentiment shared by many Christians these days. Far removed from the time of a “moral majority,” we are now living with greater awareness that this broken, sinful world is not our home. What the Bible teaches about Christians is becoming clearer to our generation in the West: we are “sojourners and exiles” in this world (1 Pet. 2:11).

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Topics: Articles


Alistair Begg on Being ‘Brave by Faith’ in Today’s World


Dear Friend,

It is long past time for those of us who by grace through faith have trusted in Christ to acknowledge that we are “sojourners and exiles” (1 Pet. 2:11) living in a secular culture. At the same time, we face the fact that we are involved in a continual and irreconcilable spiritual war against the Evil One. Ironically, just as we become increasingly aware of these challenges, it is no longer fashionable to sing hymns about “Christian soldiers marching as to war.” What has happened? Are we to excuse cowardice by calling it humility?

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Topics: Letters From Alistair Begg


A Memorial Forever

We all have memory problems: we forget what we should remember, but dwell on what is best forgotten. In this study of Joshua 3 and 4, Alistair Begg explains that God often gives His people memorials as reminders of His faithfulness and provision. Like the Israelites who built a memorial from the stones of the Jordan River, God's people in every generation must take care to commit a record of God's faithfulness to coming generations.

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Topics: Ministry Updates


Wallpaper: Stand Against the Tide

“The world around us is antagonistic to biblical truth and biblical conviction. Therefore, unless we are prepared to stand against the tide, we will drift with it.”
— Alistair Begg

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Topics: Weekly Wallpaper


Download - “Jars of Clay: How God Uses Ordinary People in Extraordinary Ways”

We live in a culture preoccupied with personality, where worth is often measured by wealth, power, prestige, and influence. In sharp contrast, the Bible reveals time and time again that God uses unremarkable people at unlikely times to accomplish His purposes. Like jars of clay, weak, ordinary men are chosen by God to show that all power and glory belong to Him alone.

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Topics: Ministry Updates, Monthly Resources


Why We Resist Change—and How to Move Forward


In the New Testament, successful Gospel ministry required much change. Though he was free, Paul made himself a servant to all (1 Cor. 9:19–23). To the Jews he became as a Jew. To those under the law he became as one under the law. To those outside the law he again changed accordingly. To the weak he became weak. All that is to say, for the sake of Gospel ministry, he changed. He adapted. He did what he had to do to see Christ’s name glorified.

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Topics: Articles


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