Why shouldn’t we be afraid of the mundane or the “boring” things?
The test of true worship is not merely how we’re feeling about God; it’s about how open we are to God, and how open we’re making things for others.
On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson talks with pastor and author Dean Inserra about the new kind of prosperity gospel, expressive individualism, and a gospel-centered response to these challenges in the church.
An implications-free gospel is merely a shibboleth, a theological golem built from the deadness of our self-comforting platitudes.
On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson and Ronni Kurtz offer counsel for leaders of churches experiencing numeric decline.
Our aim should be to construct firm churches by stewarding God-ordained methods of ministry to the best of our ability
If most of us spend forty or more waking hours each week devoted to work of some kind, how could we not consider how those hours are impacted by our identity as followers of Christ?
Christian, there are a thousand and one good things to which you could cast your concern. But, carrying the burden of every cause is a job reserved for the God of the universe.
Even for the gospel minister, personal courage is indispensable. Ministry is not for the faint of heart.
We asked Thomas Kidd, Distinguished Visiting Professor of Church History at MBTS and Distinguished Professor of History at Baylor University, “What were the most notable effects of the First and Second Great Awakenings on American spirituality?”