I just subscribed. When can I expect to receive my first issue?
Your first issue should arrive in six to ten weeks.
How do I renew my subscription?
You can renew your subscription by visiting the subscriber management site, calling a Ligonier Ministries resource consultant at 800-435-4343, or by mailing the renewal form and envelope located in your Tabletalk issue.
How do I give a gift subscription?
You may give a gift subscription to Tabletalk by going to GiveTabletalk.com, filling out the order form in your Tabletalk issue, or by calling a Ligonier Ministries resource consultant at 800-435-4343.
How do I access the digital edition of Tabletalk?
The best way to access the digital edition is to subscribe to the print edition. An active print subscription entitles you to freely receive digital issues of Tabletalk on your iPad, Kindle Fire, and Android tablet. Access digital issues by logging into your Ligonier.org account and clicking “Get your digital copy of Tabletalk.”
We also have a collection of past issues available on Logos Bible Software.
How do I order a bulk subscription? Is there is discount?
You can order a bulk subscription to Tabletalk (in increments of 5 copies a month) by visiting GetTabletalk.com/church. Please speak to a Ligonier Ministries resource consultant at 800-220-7636 to order any variation of issues greater than 5 copies per month.
Tabletalk is available for $1.00 per issue with a minimum of 5 copies per annual subscription. (Example: 20 issues = $20 per month)
How much does a Tabletalk subscription cost?
For the US and Canada, a one-year subscription is $23, two-years is $39, and three-years is $49. With a three-year subscription, you will also receive a Tabletalk slipcase that holds three years worth of the magazine. You may renew a one-year subscription for only $20 per year.
I live outside of the United States and Canada. Can I still receive Tabletalk?
For mailing addresses outside of the United States and Canada, a one-year subscription is $25. At this time two- and three-year subscription terms are not available for international subscriptions.
I have a question concerning my Tabletalk subscription. Who do I contact?
Please contact a Ligonier Ministries resource consultant at email@example.com or by phone at 800-435-4343. You may also use our Contact Form or send a letter to:
421 Ligonier Court
Sanford, FL 32771
How can I change the address on my subscription?
You can change your address by visiting the subscriber management site or by calling a Ligonier Ministries resource consultant at 800-435-4343.
How do I cancel my subscription?
Unfortunately, we are not able to provide refunds for Tabletalk subscriptions if more than three issues have been served on the term; if you would like to cancel or transfer your subscription to someone else or donate your subscription to Ligonier, please either call our resource consultants at 800-435-4343 or contact us by using our Contact Form.
I just became a Ligonier Ministries Partner but still have more than six months left of my Tabletalk subscription. What can I do with the extra subscription?
You may choose to either transfer the remaining subscription to someone else, request a refund for the remaining amount, or donate the remaining amount to the ministry. Please contact a Ligonier Ministries resource consultant at 800-435-4343 to handle your request. Your subscription must have at least six months left to complete the donation or refund.
I’ve written an article and wish to submit it to Tabletalk. Do you accept submissions?
Tabletalk does not accept unsolicited submissions.
I want to post an entire article published in Tabletalk on my website or blog. Can I do this?
You are permitted and encouraged to reproduce and distribute articles from Tabletalk in any format provided that you do not alter the wording in any way, you do not charge a fee beyond the cost of reproduction, and you do not make more than 500 physical copies. For web posting, a link to this document on our website is preferred (where applicable). If no such link exists, simply link to www.TabletalkMagazine.com. Any exceptions to the above must be formally approved by Tabletalk.
Please include the following statement on any distributed copy: From Ligonier Ministries and R.C. Sproul. © Tabletalk magazine. Website: www.TabletalkMagazine.com. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Toll free: 1-800-435-4343.
Where can I find past issues of Tabletalk?
The Tabletalk archive can be accessed at TabletalkMagazine.com/issue-archive where you can read articles from each issue dating back to 2006. If you would like to purchase past issues, go to GetTabletalk.com/pastissues.
I noticed that among your previous contributors, there are several people who have committed grave sin or fallen into serious theological error. Why are their articles still available online?
Every Tabletalk article is submitted on a work-for-hire basis, and our publishing of an article does not necessarily constitute an ongoing endorsement of the respective contributor’s life, theology, and character after the article is published. Rather, our editorial staff, to the best of their ability, evaluates contributors when planning issues, and contributors are invited to write on particular topics based on their expertise at the time the issue is planned and published. Also, since each issue of the print magazine covers a particular theme with several articles that together represent an essential overview of the theme, removing individual articles could cause confusion or eliminate something we believe is necessary to address the theme adequately. Finally, the objective truth of a position is not determined by the character of the person who espouses it. Solomon was correct that the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom (Prov. 1:7) even though he later turned from the fear of the Lord to idolatry. Our Lord did not remove from Scripture teachings delivered by individuals who fell into grave moral or theological error. The stories of God’s people and their sin are helpful reminders of our own weakness and our need for a Savior, and we should judge the truth of a Tabletalk article or any other piece of writing by Scripture and not by the human vessel through whom it was given. Therefore, it is the policy of Tabletalk not to remove legacy content from the website.