Gospel

Apr 28

Recovering the Exclusivity of the Gospel by Jason K. Allen

By exclusivity of the gospel, we mean that only those who personally, consciously, explicitly, and singularly confess Jesus Christ as Lord can possess eternal life. Let’s consider these qualifiers more closely.

Apr 26

Seek the Shade by Rudy Hartmann

There are spontaneous moments when we just need to seek the shade – often when the sun is hottest, and the responsibilities are heaviest.

Apr 25

What We Need is Power by Jared C. Wilson

There is something the drudgery of daily living and the sporadic, special failures done by us and done to us have in common, and it is this: they require a vision beyond ourselves. In the age of Christian media saturation and the embarrassment of riches of religious resources, it is not just more information we need. It is power.

Apr 12

Go to Funerals by Michael Lyons

When we take our membership vows, we are not joining a hobby or a club. We join a body. A body needs all its members—especially at a funeral.

Mar 29

The Dove’s Descent by Ethan Collins

Jesus, in the arms of John the Baptist, emerges from the Jordan river. John had gravely warned the crowds of this Messiah. Now is the time for repentance, for “the axe is already laid at the root of the trees…He will baptize you with the Holy Spirit and fire (NASB).” Indeed, this fearfully powerful one […]

Dec 7

Why Mature Christians Need Gospel-Centered Preaching by Jeremy Rinne

We all need someone to stand before us weekly and call us to fix our eyes on Jesus, the author and perfecter of our faith.

Nov 3

The Change of Mind by Jim Elliff

Jesus knew that no man may come to Him while simultaneously worshipping another god.

Aug 20

The Gospel Creates Conviction by David McLemore

The God of the Bible asks us to be convinced of one thing only—that he is God who saves.

Jul 21

Episode 127: What Does it Mean to be Gospel-Centered? by Jared C. Wilson and Ronni Kurtz

On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson and Ronni Kurtz break down the implications of gospel-centrality beyond the buzzword.