Resource Library

May 6

Jason Duesing on Adverbs in Theological Writing by Jason G. Duesing

In this video, FTC.co talked with Dr. Jason Duesing on the role of adverbs in theological writing. 

Apr 29

Thomas Kidd on Why Pastors Should Care about History by Thomas Kidd

Why should pastors seek to study and understand history?

Apr 15

Jeff Dodge on Effective Discipleship Processes Within Large Churches by Jeff Dodge

What does an effective discipleship process look like in a large church?

Mar 25

Matt Capps on Pastors Reading Philosophy by Matt Capps

What kind of books should pastors read that they normally don’t?

Mar 18

Dean Inserra on Pastoral Burnout by Dean Inserra

FTC.co asked Dean Inserra, “What advice would you give to a pastor on the verge of burnout?”

Feb 18

Adam McClendon on Counseling Without Co-Dependency by Adam McClendon

How can a pastor effectively counsel someone without creating a co-dependency?

Jan 14

Don Whitney on Misconceptions about Spiritual Disciplines by Don Whitney

What are some misconceptions people have about the spiritual disciplines?

Jan 7

Patrick Schreiner on How an Understanding of the Gospel of the “Kingdom” Influences Christian Ministry by Patrick Schreiner

FTC.co asked Patrick Schreiner, associate professor of New Testament and Biblcial Theology at Midwestern Seminary, “How does understanding the gospel of the “Kingdom” influence Christian ministry today?”

Dec 31

Jani Ortlund on Serving the Church as a Pastor’s Wife by Jani Ortlund

Should pastor’s wives feel a burden to serve the church in a unique way?

Dec 3

Geoff Chang on Spurgeon and 9Marks by Geoff Chang

FTC.co asked Geoff Chang, curator of the Spurgeon Library and assistant of Historical Theology at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary, whether Spurgeon would have adhered to the 9Marks of a healthy church.

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