Given the neediness of the church, the cultural pressures we face, and the general social upheaval of our times, how we preach has never been more important.
This must humble us. In many parts of the world, believers have shed their blood for the cause of Christ or suffer for their faith in ways we never will.
Prayers for people we don't even know around the world to be brought to Christ engages us in the great purpose of the Christian life.
The best news of all is that Christ fighting for us. In fact, he already fought for us. And he won.
God uses most effectively preachers who are given over to the task of proclaiming the word of God with their whole person—holding nothing back.
FTC.co asks Jeff Dodge, Teaching Pastor at Cornerstone Church in Ames, Iowa, "What’s something about being a pastor the average churchgoer doesn’t understand?"
The healing of the deaf and the mute is just the beginning.
This week's links include resources on depression, Ecclesiastes, global missions and autonomy, scripture before phone, and non-epic church services.
It was our iniquities and transgressions that He suffered for, shedding light on the fact that it was not His own sins that He was carrying.
May we soon reach the city of the great King!