On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson responds to listener-submitted topics from Twitter, including: What to do when people act crazy on social media, if pastors should pastors care how much they get paid, how to lead change in a congregation, if congregational voting is biblical, and more.
What if a leader’s good idea for church growth or success was not the vision Proverbs 29:18 had in mind?
On this episode of the For The Church Podcast, Jared Wilson talks with Gavin Ortlund, author of the new book Finding the Right Hills to Die On, about the ins and outs of theological triage and its importance in the local church.
You don't need "more" to be satisfied in God.
One reason we struggle to imagine fallen pastors being restored to ministry is that so few “go away” long enough to establish credible qualifications. If it will ever happen — and that’s a big “if” — it must be after a very long obedience in the same direction — out of the spotlight and out of leadership.
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.
On this episode of the FTC Podcast, we’re going back in the archives to listen to Jared Wilson and Ronni Kurtz offer counsel for leaders of churches undergoing fast-paced growth.
Front to back, page to page, Genesis 1:1 to Revelation 22:21, the written Word of God is primarily and essentially about the saving revelation of the divine Word of God.
I think more preachers should adopt the practice of using a manuscript. If you’re interested in giving it a try, here are some things to keep in mind.
The supreme and preeminent Lord of All is in fact the bread that is an everlasting meal, an eternal feast for the soul.