May 9

Getting to the Glory: An Excerpt from The Storied Life by Jared C. Wilson

The sportswriter Red Smith was once asked if writing a daily column was difficult. “Why, no,” Smith replied. “You simply sit down at the typewriter, open your veins, and bleed.”[1] Admittedly, Smith’s observation is a little overwrought. But only a little. There is a way to write that costs the writer very little. And then […]

May 7

25 Quotes from The Storied Life by Jared C. Wilson

My new book The Storied Life: Christian Writing as Art and Worship is now available from Zondervan Reflective. This book is for both experienced and aspiring writers — whether you write stories or sermons or even just social media posts or daily journal entries — and is designed to equip you with some nuts and […]

May 6

Jason Duesing on Adverbs in Theological Writing by Jason G. Duesing

In this video, FTC.co talked with Dr. Jason Duesing on the role of adverbs in theological writing. 

Jul 8

Jared Wilson on Advice for New Writers by Jared C. Wilson

Series: Conversations

FTC.co asks Jared C. Wilson, Assistant Professor of Pastoral Ministry at Spurgeon College and Author in Residence at MBTS, "What advice would you give to new writers?"

Feb 22

Why I’m Mostly Quoting Dead Guys These Days by Jared C. Wilson

Here are three reasons I’m more and more intentionally looking back in my preaching and writing rather than around.

Feb 12

Barnabas Piper on Becoming a Better Writer by

FTC.co asks Barnabas Piper, Director of Community at Immanuel Church in Nashville, TN: "What is a surprising way to become a better writer?"

Jan 6

A Call for Content Creators to Cultivate Discernment by Benjamin Vrbicek

A relationship with the local church and submission to her leaders will help set a Christian blogger’s sights on building up God’s people.

Nov 24

Michael Kelley on Pastors Who Write by Michael Kelley

Series: Conversations

What is the one thing pastors who write ought to remember?