Jason K. Allen

Jason K. Allen is the President of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Kansas City, Missouri. In addition to his seminary duties, Allen has served as pastor and interim pastor of several Southern Baptist churches. Dr. Allen holds a Bachelor of Science from Spring Hill College in Mobile, Alabama, as well as M.Div. and Ph.D. degrees from Southern Seminary. Currently, in addition to his responsibilities as president of Midwestern Seminary, he serves the church more broadly through writing and preaching ministries.

Mar 4

Whatever Happened to “Surrendering to Ministry”? by Jason K. Allen

The minister is to be at God’s disposal, sensing and seeking his leadership for where he would have the minister go and to whom he would have the minister serve.

Feb 4

Four Realms of Realization in Preaching by Jason K. Allen

When it comes to preaching effective sermons, familiarization is an essential step.

Jan 28

Jason K. Allen on Why Pastors Should Read Biographies by Jason K. Allen

Series: Conversations

FTC.co asks Dr. Jason K. Allen, President of Midwestern Seminary and Spurgeon College, "Why should pastors consider reading biographies?"

Jan 20

Are You Ready to Defend the Faith? by Jason K. Allen

The concern is not eloquence but the ability to rightly study, interpret, teach, and apply God’s Word.

Dec 28

Eight Tips for Beginning Preachers by Jason K. Allen

The effectiveness of the sermon rests in God’s power, not yours.

Dec 3

A Dad and His Doctrine by Jason K. Allen

To be a dad is to be a disciple-maker.

Nov 11

4 Reasons for Pastors to Guard Their Hearts by Jason K. Allen

Ultimately, our hearts are most guarded when they are most satisfied in a person: Jesus Christ.

Oct 12

How to Assemble Your Sermon by Jason K. Allen

Learning to assemble your study notes into a cohesive sermon is a must for pastors.

Sep 9

Are You Willing to Surrender? by Jason K. Allen

A willingness to go wherever includes a willingness to minister to whomever.

Aug 19

9 Disciplines of a Successful Seminary Student by Jason K. Allen

It is better get an ‘A’ at home and a ‘C’ in the classroom, than an ‘A’ in the classroom and a ‘C’ at home.