Right Now Counts Forever - 2021 Ligonier National Conference
With our glorious future in view, Christians do not have less of a stake in the present, but infinitely more. As R.C. Sproul so often reminded us, right now counts forever.
On March 18–20, 2021, Ligonier Ministries hosted its 2021 National Conference, celebrating fifty years since the ministry’s founding. Sinclair Ferguson, W. Robert Godfrey, Joel Kim, Steven Lawson, John MacArthur, Stephen Nichols, Burk Parsons, and Derek Thomas considered the eternal significance of our everyday lives, equipping us to better serve the Lord, love our neighbors, and make Christ known.
Serving God in the Digital Age (Seminar) – Nathan W. Bingham – Ligonier
The internet and other digital technologies have made it easier in some ways and harder in other ways to serve God’s kingdom. In this seminar, Nathan W. Bingham considers our technological society and explains how we can best serve God in it.
This message is from Right Now Counts Forever, Ligoni...
Preaching and Pastoral Ministry (Seminar) – Parsons and Thomas – Ligonier
A panel discussion with Burk Parsons and Derek Thomas. This panel discusses what good preaching and faithful pastoral ministry looks like today. It also considers how pastors can serve and care for God’s people well.
This message is from Right Now Counts Forever, Ligonier’s 2021 National Confere...
The Attributes of God (Seminar) – Steven Lawson – Ligonier
While we finite creatures can never fully comprehend the infinite majesty of God, we can know Him truly in His Word and should study what He has said. In this seminar, Dr. Steven Lawson articulates a biblical understanding of divine attributes, exploring how having a right understanding of God af...
Teaching the Truth (Seminar) – Reformation Bible College Faculty – Ligonier
A panel discussion with Matthew Dudreck, Keith Mathison, Anthony Salangsang, Ben Shaw, and John Tweeddale. This panel of Reformation Bible College faculty discusses the importance of Christian education at the college level and considers some of the particular struggles involved with Christian ed...