Most of us are familiar with the word disciple—but that doesn’t necessarily mean we understand what being a disciple actually entails. How is it that Jesus saves us, and from what? What role does the Bible play in our spiritual growth? Who is the Holy Spirit, and what does He do? Does a Christian really need to join a local church, and if so, which one?
In this thirteen-message collection, Alistair Begg addresses these questions and more, providing a basic survey of the Christian faith that encourages, challenges, and informs. Topics covered include foundational concepts such as salvation, faith, the Trinity, and the church as well as practical concerns such as prayer, the ordinances, God’s law, and evangelism. These sermons will introduce inquirers and new believers to “the faith that was once for all delivered to the saints” (Jude 3), even as they remind experienced disciples of the spiritual treasures they have inherited.