with Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr.

Thank you for your inquiry into Dr. Sproul Jr’s availability to speak at your church or event. He is not able to accept every invitation as his first commitment is to his family. As time and schedule permits, Dr. Sproul Jr. is delighted to accept outside speaking engagements. If you are interested in having Dr. Sproul Jr. speak at your event, please email his assistant at

Brief Biography

RC Sproul Jr. is a professor at and rector of Reformation Bible College, teaching theology, philosophy and apologetics. He is the host of Jesus Changes Everything, a daily podcast encouraging believers to, in light of the reign of Christ, stand on the Word, walk in the way, run to the battle and rest in the Son.

Dr. Sproul is a graduate of Grove City College, Reformed Theological Seminary and Whitfield Theological Seminary, as well as the author or editor of more than a dozen books, including When You Rise Up: A Covenantal Approach to Homeschooling. After Darkness Light: Distinctives in Reformed Theology, Tearing Down Strongholds and his most recent book The Call to Wonder. His principle vocation is father to Darby, Campbell, Delaney, Erin Claire, Maili, Reilly and Donovan.


Dr. Sproul has spoken on a variety of topics (many based on books he has written) including:

  • Almighty Over All- This series of addresses considers the sovereignty of God over every sphere of life, from before the beginning of time to the consummation of the kingdom of God. Talks cover the relationship of God’s sovereignty to man’s will, to suffering, to salvation and sanctification.
  • Tearing Down Strongholds- This series of addresses looks at how the world around us determines what is true, and tests each of these epistemologies against themselves, showing them to be only folly. It covers worldviews from logical positivism to behaviorism to relativism. It can also include talks on the make-up of a sound biblical understanding of knowledge, and how it is attained.
  • Bound For Glory- This series of addresses looks at the biblical model of the family, covering the call of a husband, of a wife and of children, as well as the relationship of the family to the church. It covers the creation of Adam and Eve, as well as Paul’s admonitions to the family in Ephesians 5 and 6.
  • When You Rise Up- This series of addresses covers what we can learn about education from Deuteronomy chapter 6. It affirms that God calls parents to teach their children who God is, what God has done and what God requires, and affirms that we are called to do this in the context of our lives, when we lie down and when we rise up. It likewise covers the goal of education, arguing that education is nothing more than learning the character of God.
  • Biblical Economics- This series of addresses considers what we can learn from the Bible about how we are given our daily bread. It considers our call to exercise dominion over the creation for the glory of God. It looks at the dangers of debt, as well as the destructive nature of government interference with market forces.
  • Believing God- This series of addresses looks at a series of promises the Bible makes, that Christians have a hard time believing. It seeks to encourage Christians to enter into the fullness of God’s grace, and to rejoice in it. Promises include “If anyone lacks wisdom, let him ask the Father…” “If we confess our sins He is faithful and just to forgive us our sins…” and others.
  • The Spirit of the Fruit- This series of addresses considers the nature of the fruit of the Spirit, and the defining characteristics of each of the fruit. Built out of Galatians 5, this series encourages believers to grow in grace, which is noting more than to become more like Jesus.
  • The Bride of Christ- This series of addresses considers what the Bible has to say about the nature and calling of the church. It encourages Christians to recognize and rejoice in the authority of the church, and in its familial nature. It considers how God’s covenant dealings with His people shape our understanding of the church.
    After Darkness, Light- This series of addresses considers those slogans of the Reformation that form our understanding of how God deals with us. It covers the five points of Calvinism as well as the five sola’s.
  • Simple, Separate and Deliberate- This series of addresses covers our calling as Christians to make known the reign of Christ by being a people set apart and distinct from the world around us. In addition it looks to the subtlety of the serpent in shaping our thinking about the reign of Christ.

Dr. Sproul is also happy as well to construct a series of talks that more accurately meet your needs. He is comfortable speaking to biblical, theological, philosophical and cultural issues.

Stand on the Word. Walk by the Way. Run to the Battle. Rest in the Son.
Dr. R.C. Sproul Jr. teaches at Reformation Bible College and Ligonier Ministries in Sanford, Florida.
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