With the holidays on our mind, we know the prospect of spending time with difficult family members can be anxiety-inducing for many. On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson and Ross Ferguson share some ways to navigate family conflicts and tension with grace and joy.
Jesus Christ cares for my child more than I ever could on this side of grace. Knowing the character of God, I can know that one day I will see Jerusalem again.
Unless we attach those tender hearts of our family members to the steel line of truth, there will be little hope of their withstanding the forces pressing against them.
FTC.co asks Todd Chipman, Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at Midwestern Seminary, "Should theological adoption propel civil adoption?"
God can reach anyone if He wishes, even the person who seems the most incorrigible.
Serving the church is not merely a job; it is an all-consuming responsibility that can threaten a family.
It’s painful, but good shepherding often means that we say things that are challenging to our people.
FTC.co asks Don Whitney, Professor of Biblical Spirituality at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, "What encouragement would you give young families wanting to start family devotions?
May our times of family worship and discipleship be richer and fuller because we have experienced the good God has for us in His command to sing.
Pastor's Kid, your dad devotes his time and talent to faithfully steering the church toward Christ. As his son or daughter, don’t detract from that mission. Be a catalyst.