Jeff Medders on Churches Tiring of the Gospel

J.A. Medders

Episode 102: Spitballing on Church Planting

Jared C. Wilson and Ronni Kurtz

Un-limiting Grace for the Chronically Ill

Margaret Bronson

Resource Library

Jan 22

Jeff Medders on Churches Tiring of the Gospel by J.A. Medders

Series: Conversations

What should a pastor do when his church is tired of hearing the Gospel?

Jan 22

Fill Your Veins with the Bible by David Prince

The leaves of Christ’s salvation in us will never wither because of the living water welling up inside.

Jan 21

FTC Preaching Guide: Philippians by Cole Feix

In Philippians, we encounter the unconquerable joy that comes from knowing Christ.

Jan 21

Todd Chipman on Theological and Civil Adoption by Todd Chipman

Series: Conversations

FTC.co asks Todd Chipman, Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at Midwestern Seminary, "Should theological adoption propel civil adoption?"

Jan 20

Episode 102: Spitballing on Church Planting by Jared C. Wilson and Ronni Kurtz

For The Church Podcast Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson and Ronni Kurtz do some “spitballing” on the topic of church planting, sharing some thoughts, concerns, and convictions.

Jan 20

Un-limiting Grace for the Chronically Ill by Margaret Bronson

We are called to draw near to people, to enter into their suffering, and help them draw near to God.

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.

Jan 19

Geoff Chang on Why Church Members Should Read Church History by Geoff Chang

FTC.co asks Geoff Chang, curator of the Spurgeon Library and assistant professor of Historical Theology at Midwestern Seminary, “Why should local church members regularly read or think about church history?”

Jan 18

Reevaluating Your Church’s Values by Jared C. Wilson

How should we communicate the values of faithfulness to our congregations and to a watching world?

Jan 18

Three Exhortations Against Hate From Martin Luther King Jr. by Will Standridge

It is easy to deem hate evil because it harms another person. Though, according to King, the worst part of hate is what it does to you.

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