On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared and Ronni answer your questions in another installment of the FTC Mailbag. This time around they cover developing disinterested members into leaders, deciding which part-time positions to pay in the church, what qualifies someone to teach at a seminary, how to pastor congregants who don’t understand theological triage, and favorite podcasts.
The journey will be hard, but it will be spiritually rich and eternally consequential.
Ministry service is glorious, but it can also be uniquely taxing, and only those propelled by a love for Christ and His church survive the long haul.
On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson and Ronni Kurtz talk about those times in ministry when things don’t go as planned.
FTC.co asked Jani Ortlund, Executive Vice-President at Renewal Ministries, “What is a piece of advice you would give to women whose husbands are just beginning in ministry?”
FTC.co asks Dr. Jason K. Allen, President of Midwestern Seminary and Spurgeon College, "What encourages you about the rising generation of pastors and students today?"
The reality for most pastors is that there is no such thing as “church time.” It’s all church time.
A short post with some practical application of an often overlooked biblical requirement for qualified pastors.
I recently resigned from a church that we planted in 1995 and that I pastored for 25 years. It was a huge decision and, while knowing some things going into it, I also learned some things from it.
What are some important components in training men for ministry?