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We ask Trevin Wax, "What will the American evangelical landscape look like in 20 years?"
We ask Nathan Finn, "Who is a criminally under-appreciated figure from church history evangelicals should know more about?"
We ask Noah Oldham, "How do you help a church develop a passion for church-planting?"
We ask Joe Thorn, "What does it mean to experience the Trinity?"
FTC.CO asks Dr. Russell Moore, "What is the one thing the local church needs to get right in the 21st century?"
We asked J.D. Greear, "How do you make sure a church feels small as it grows larger?"
We ask Dr. J.T. English, "How can large churches provide effective ministry training?"
We ask Dr. Greg Belser, "What are some milestones in ministry that are difficult or impossible to prepare for?"
We asked Jonathan Leeman, "What do most Christians not know about church discipline?"
FTC.CO asks Dr. Adam McClendon, "What should pastors remember in counseling those dealing with porn use?"
We asked Dr. Kevin Peck, "Does discipleship have to change as a church grows?"
FTC.CO asks Dr. David Prince, "What advice would you give parents whose children are active in athletics?"
We asked Dr. David Prince, "How would you characterize the state of preaching in evangelicalism today?"
We asked Jason Hayes, "What are some of the difficulties and blessings of planting a church in the Bible Belt?"
Dr. Tim Lubinus answers, "What is the one thing church planters need to know?"
How does church membership honor the church, rather than simply obligate or privilege the individual Christian?
Why shouldn't we be afraid of mundane or boring things?
Won Kwak describes NYC as a mission field and lists some of the advantages of being on mission in the Northeast.
What is the one thing you would say to encourage the pastor’s wife?
FTC.CO asks Peyton Hill, "How does one become a Christ-centered leader?"