Some of my favorite sources and instances of faithful, biblical preaching and teaching.
Sermons & Series
- The Tale of Two Sons by John MacArthur (series) - Movingly portrays the heart of God as lavishly gracious and loving toward undeserving sinners through a fresh examination of the Parable of the Prodigal Son.
- This Man Went Down to His House Justified by John Piper - Expounds righteousness in Christ from the parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector.
- The Master’s Men by John MacArthur (series) - A character study of the twelve disciples illustrates how God works through ordinary, flawed people.
- The Ten Commandments by Phil Johnson (series) - A thorough exposition of the ten commandments highlighting the spirituality and inwardness of the law with its broad implications.
- The History and Theology of Calvinism by Dr. Curt Daniel (series) - A comprehensive set of lectures on just what the titles says. It’s one part Church history, one part systematic theology, and altogether instructive and edifying.
- The Briefing with Albert Mohler - “A daily analysis of news and events from a Christian worldview.” It’s the only podcast I listen to every day.
- Behold Your God from Media Gratiae - A regular discussion of theology with a particular emphasis on personal application. It’s very good at introducing subjects that may seem difficult and making them practical and accessible. I like learning about historical theology and sampling the thought and writings of godly men of the past. One of my favorites.