Calvin so believed in the importance of the everyday activities of Christian life and mission that he had a strange but telling practice in Geneva . . .
"It is incredible that the world should have believed so incredible a thing."
For already that which was equally incredible has come to pass, in the world's believing an incredible thing.
Read the book Matt Chandler says "demystifies discipleship."
Why do you think Abel's sacrifice was accepted and Cain's was not. Did God just like Abel better? Did Abel know the right religious words or jump through the right religious hoops?
"The new life in Christ, just like all natural life, must be nourished and strengthened."
This new book from FTC managing editor Jared C. Wilson promises to help you introduce your dreams for church growth to the biblical metrics of grace.
To go to heaven, fully to enjoy God, is infinitely better than the most pleasant accommodations here.
"So Christ, who 'is in heaven,' has clothed himself in our flesh, so that by stretching out his brotherly hand to us he may raise us to heaven with himself."
Was there ever such love?
The Church exists for no other purpose but to draw men into Christ . . .
"Most churches make the mistake of selecting as leaders the confident, the competent, and the successful."
He is indeed possessed of infinite majesty . . .
Announcing the winners of the 2nd annual FTC Book Awards.
Introducing the first annual FTC Book Awards!
These were the 10 most-read posts at FTC over the last year.
They love you, they love you not.
This new book shows readers how to rely more fully on the power of the Holy Spirit for growth and satisfaction in their lives.
But hatred ends…
"As long as Christ hath it, believers shall not want."
What encourages you about the future of the church?
Does the process of discipleship change as a church grows?
Why don't more churches take discipleship seriously?
Rick Holland, Pastor of Mission Road Bible Church in Prairie Village, Kansas, preaches in Midwestern Seminary's Daniel Lee Chapel on 1 Peter 1:22-2:10.
When Martyn Lloyd-Jones says that people still will come to hear preaching in our contemporary culture, he adds two qualifications . . .
Because eternal life is integral to the gospel's promise, eternal security is an integral blessing of the gospel.
During the last few years we have been putting a mild label on sin.
Three practical tips to help pastors squash pride and cultivate humility
Thomas Nelson is offering some exclusive resources for all pre-orders of Jared Wilson's upcoming book Supernatural Power for Everyday People.
Dr. Hershael York preaching from 2 Corinthians in the Daniel Lee Chapel at Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary.
A faithful minister cares little what people think of him, as long as his conscience approves of him. The approval of his own good conscience is the best praise a minister can have.
"We all must remember who we are in Christ and who we are not without him."
"He who loves may be sure he was loved first."
Thou who wast lifted up upon a cross
art ascended to highest heaven . . .
What is the one thing pastors ought to remember about their congregations?
Should pastors write?
Trevin Wax answers the question: What is the one thing the local church needs to get right in the 21st century?
What is the one thing you would say to the pastor concerned about cultural decline?
What is the one thing you would stress to the first-time pastor?
What is the one thing a church needs from its pastor?
What is the one thing that the younger generation of pastors ought to know?
What's the one thing the local church needs to get right in the 21st century?
What is the one thing the first-year preacher needs to remember?
What is the one thing you would do to change the Christian’s devotional life?
How can a church engage in social justice without falling into the errors of the social gospel?
What's the one thing the church needs to get right in the 21st century?
When will the Spirit gust in revival power? We don't know. But maybe today.
This was no new theology or new idea or new promise; it was a new event in history.
The Pharisee brought all his religious currency to the market and found that his money was no good there.
Francis Schaeffer cuts to the heart of the problem with "vaguely Christian" community.