Now Available: New Messages on Union with Christ

Now Available: New Messages on Union with Christ

John Owen once said that our knowledge of the Bible is useless unless it “forms Christ in the soul.” He means that unless truth leads us to Jesus or brings him to us, it stays lifeless and unprofitable. It does us no good.

But when the truth shows us Christ — when we see him and his glory — we are changed. We are transformed into his likeness and image.

The recent Conference for Pastors was aimed at just this, focusing on the topic of union with Christ. All the media from the conference is now available for unlimited streaming and download, all free of charge.

Plenary Messages

Glorifying God by Bearing Fruit in Union with Christ
John Piper

Union with Christ: Mind-Renewing Foundations
Sinclair Ferguson

Calvin on Union with Christ
Michael Horton

Union with Christ: Life-Transforming Implications
Sinclair Ferguson

Union with Christ and the Communion of Saints
Michael Horton

The Ministry of Hudson Taylor As Life in Christ
John Piper

Panel Discussion
John Piper, Michael Horton, Sinclair Ferguson, David Mathis

Seminars

Preaching the Gospel to Yourself
Paul Tripp

Living the Gospel That You Preach
Paul Tripp

The Promise in Pastoral Weakness
Jared Wilson

Pastoring Your Wife and Kids
Rick Gamache

The Pastor’s Purity and Pleasure
Kempton Turner

How to Stay Christian in Seminary—And Any Season of Waiting
David Mathis and Jonathan Parnell

Small Talks

Best Lessons from a Lifetime of Pastoring
Sinclair Ferguson

Calvin and His Ailments: Pastoral Productivity in the Midst of Pain
Michael Horton

The Pastor As Lead Affirmer
Sam Crabtree

How in the World Do People Change Anyway?
Paul Tripp

Shepherds, Listen Well
Jared Wilson

The Old Testament in Ten Minutes
Jason DeRouchie

The New Testament in Ten Minutes
Andy Naselli


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Jonathan Parnell (@jonathanparnell) is a writer and content strategist at Desiring God, and is the lead planter of Cities Church in Minneapolis–Saint Paul, where he lives with his wife, Melissa, and their four children. He is also the co-author of How to Stay Christian in Seminary.