Todd Chipman with Advice on Whether to Pursure Academic or Pastoral Ministry
FTC.co asks Dr. Todd Chipman, Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at MBTS and pastor at the Master's Community Church in Kansas City, "What advice would you give someone deciding between academic theology and pastoral ministry?"
Todd Chipman on Why Churches Should Preach Through Hebrews
We asked Todd Chipman, Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at MBTS, “Why should churches consider preaching the book of Hebrews?”
Todd Chipman on Theological and Civil Adoption
FTC.co asks Todd Chipman, Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at Midwestern Seminary, "Should theological adoption propel civil adoption?"
Episode 97: Todd Chipman on Scripture Storyline
On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson talks with Dr. Todd Chipman about the importance of biblical theology.
Genesis 1 and the Storyline of Scripture
The opening chapter of the Old Testament establishes a framework for understanding all of Scripture.
Advice to Young Seminarians
This is part of God’s curriculum for pastors: in leading a church post-seminary, men of God will need to personally know of God’s faithfulness if they are going to lead the flock to walk by faith.
Why the Church Can and Must Care for Orphans
If our churches are following the New Testament grid of ministry, orphan care will be natural, just another outlet for the powerful message of Christ that gathers and disperses us each week.
5 Relationships to Cultivate As You Foster or Adopt (Part 5)
School is life for foster kids so develop a partnership with the local school your child will attend.
5 Relationships to Cultivate As You Foster or Adopt (Part 4)
Whatever the circumstances, potential foster or adoptive couples should court their parents and patiently give them a vision for multigenerational influence.
5 Relationships to Cultivate As You Foster or Adopt (Part 3)
As they see you expanding your parenting to include the new kids in your home, while yet devoting yourself to them, they will be ready to expand their capacity to be a brother or sister to the new kids God has given you.