A Legacy of Faithfulness
John MacArthur is the chancellor emeritus of The Master’s Seminary, pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California, as well as an author, conference speaker, and featured teacher with the Grace to You media ministry.
In 1969, after graduating from Talbot Theological Seminary, John came to Grace Community Church. The emphasis of his pulpit ministry is the careful study and verse-by-verse exposition of the Bible, with special attention devoted to the historical and grammatical background behind each passage.
John is also president and featured teacher with Grace to You. Founded in 1969, GTY is the nonprofit organization responsible for developing, producing, and distributing John's books, audio resources, and the "Grace to You" radio and television programs. All 3,000 of John's sermons, spanning more than four decades of ministry, are available for free on this website.
Articles by Dr. John MacArthur
Conversion: The Experience of SalvationJohn MacArthur | November 15, 2018
Many elements of the doctrine of salvation are non-experiential—you don’t feel them when they occur. But there is one reality in salvation we do experience, and that is conversion. The true church is the society of the converted.
Why I Love the Church, Part 3John MacArthur | September 11, 2017
Original Post Date: March 26, 2015 Why I Love the Church, Part 1 Why I Love the Church, Part 2 This post completes our series on “Why I Love the Church.” 3. The Church Is the Most Precious Reality on Earth There’s a third biblical reason I love the church: It is the most precious thing […]
Why I Love the Church, Part 2John MacArthur | September 5, 2017
Original Post Date: March 25, 2015 Why I Love The Church, Part 1 In our last post, we looked at the fact that the church is a divinely-ordained institution. Today, I’d like to consider a second reason why I love the church: 2. The Church Is the Outworking of an Eternal Plan In Titus 1:2, the […]
John and his wife, Patricia, live in Southern California and have four married children: Matt, Marcy, Mark, and Melinda. They also enjoy the enthusiastic company of their fifteen grandchildren.