Jordan Wilbanks

Jordan Wilbanks serves as the Director of Church Partnerships at Midwestern Seminary and oversees The Timothy Track, a church-based mentorship program for residential MDiv students. Jordan and his wife, Beverly, are members of New Life City Church. Before coming to Kansas City, Jordan served as a founding member and an elder at Christ Fellowship Church in Birmingham, Alabama. You can follow Jordan on Twitter at @JPWilbanks.

Jul 1

Pastoral Advice Worth Repeating: Part 5 – Ground Yourself in God’s Word by Jordan Wilbanks

If you are one who would teach the Bible, one who would pastor, the message of the Bible should have a growing richness to you which deepens your affection for Jesus Christ.

May 25

Pastoral Advice Worth Repeating – Part 4: Invest in Your Ministry Friends by Jordan Wilbanks

Every pastor needs the ministry friend(s) who will kick out the unhealthy pedestal from underneath them, dust them off, and take them to lunch.

Apr 27

Pastoral Advice Worth Repeating – Part 3: Learn Patience by Jordan Wilbanks

I charge you in the presence of God and of Christ Jesus, who is to judge the living and the dead, and by his appearing and his kingdom: preach the word; be ready in season and out of season; reprove, rebuke, and exhort, with complete patience and teaching. — 2 Timothy 4:2 Calmly Urgent MinistryThe […]

Mar 18

Pastoral Advice Worth Repeating – Part 2: Cultivate Humility by Jordan Wilbanks

Good news! Even sinners who are riddled with pride are offered the grace of Jesus.

Feb 17

Episode 106: Jordan Wilbanks on the Church-Seminary Relationship by Jared C. Wilson and Jordan Wilbanks

On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson visits with Jordan Wilbanks, Director of Church Partnerships at Midwestern Seminary, to discuss the challenges and opportunities of the church-seminary relationship in the training of young leaders for ministry.

Aug 5

Pastoral Advice Worth Repeating – Part 1: Walk With God by Jordan Wilbanks

When enough godly people say the same thing over and over, it’s best to pay attention.

Dec 5

3 Lies the Church Believes About Singleness by Jordan Wilbanks

While singleness may, at times, be a function of cultural shifts and an extended adolescence among some adults, no single person remains single outside of the sovereignty—and goodness—of God.