Recently Added Resources

Sep 20

Say it in a Sentence by Justin Buzzard

Pastor, you aren't ready to preach until you can state what your sermon is about in one, clear sentence.

Sep 20

Emotional Intimacy by Jim Essian

Being safe emotionally is the thing that all other things in a marriage depend on.

Sep 20

The Day I Blew Up the Children’s Ministry Meeting

A Lesson on Submission

The day after, everyone had cooled off a bit. I stepped into my mentor's office not knowing I was about to learn a lesson I would never forget.

Sep 19

Episode 040: Darryl Dash on How to Grow

For the Church Podcast

A Resource for the Church from Midwestern Seminary

How does gospel-driven sanctification work? On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson talks with pastor and author Darryl Dash about the ins and outs of practical spiritual growth. 

Sep 19

5 Exercises in Theological Humility by Brandon D. Smith

What you do with that conviction is the difference between arrogance and humility, immaturity and maturity.

Sep 19

A Guide to Finding the Goodness of God by Christine Hoover

How good it is, however, that God has pointed out what we couldn't see and has made a way for our return to him. 

Sep 18

Subduing and Being Subdued by Cale Fauver

This is fight of the Christian life: subduing what once subdued us. And, by God's grace, we will accomplish this task by his word and power.

Sep 18

You Need To Lead Your Home Before You Can Lead a Church by Dave Harvey

The home is a microcosm of the church. If a man can’t lead his home effectively, how will he lead a church?

Sep 18

Don Whitney on What to Do When You're Struggling With Prayer

Series: Conversations

FTC.co asks Don Whitney, Professor of Biblical Spirituality at The Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, "How do you encourage someone who is struggling with prayer?"

Sep 17

5 Better Ways to "Argue" About Social Justice

. . . Or Anything Else Online

I'm not convinced this thing can be settled online at all. But it's effecting real life relationships and it's effecting local churches, so the least we can do is start thinking and rethinking in terms of our online discourse.