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.
If our churches are following the New Testament grid of ministry, orphan care will be natural, just another outlet for the powerful message of Christ that gathers and disperses us each week.
There is a powerful beauty in beholding oneself in another.
How do you encourage a young family struggling with family devotions?