In the first of two papers, Glen Scrivener outlines a theology of mission, beginning with the being of God and moving to explore the content of our mission.
Stephen Nichols looks at the significance of the power of the Word of God in Josiah's reforms in 2 Kings 22, stopping to look at the Reformation, the evangelical revival, and more.
Robert Letham leads us into the mystery of the incarnation from Galatians 4.
In this excerpt from 'Suffering and Singing', John Hindley introduces us to the story and songs of the sons of Korah.
Dan Hames looks at the way Jesus thinks about glory and power, and the way he wants his Church to follow in his footsteps.
Peter Mead shows how Satan wants to distort and undermine our relationship with the Holy Spirit – so that our eyes are turned away from Christ.
Mike Reeves shows how the doctrine of the Trinity was the essential soil for the development of the mainstream reformers' doctrine.
Simon Ponsonby explores the hope of the resurrection from 1 Corinthians 15.
David Murray gives us a host of reasons to pursue real happiness in Christian living.
Natalie Brand looks at the subject of spirituality, drawing us to Jesus our supreme and sufficient Saviour.
B. B. Warfield teaches that Christian ministers must be both 'learned and religious' and explores the way in which students ought to approach their education, worship, and prayer.
Richard Sibbes explores Paul's conflict – longing to be with Jesus, and yet needing to be present with his people.
Natalie Brand warns us away from laziness, discouragement, and wimpiness and recommends delving deep into gospel truth – whether you're a woman or a man.
C. H. Spurgeon addresses the depression, weakness, and 'soul-trouble' that ministers may face in this lecture to his students.
In this taster of his book, 'Fearless Faith, Jonathan Stephen looks into the solution to our fears using Matthew 8.
Swiss reformer Huldrych Zwingli's famous sermon outlines the power and authority of the Bible. Online exclusively at Union!
Sinclair Ferguson walks us through the doctrine of sanctification from the Reformed perspective, asking what sanctification is and how it happens.
Donald Fairbairn surveys the New Testament's teaching about the identity of Jesus and guides us through the key discussions of the early post-apostolic Church on Jesus' divinity and humanity.
Emma Scrivener shares some of her experiences with an eating disorder, its effects on her, and the power of vulnerability.