Recently Added Resources

Apr 18

The Lamentation of a Sinner

Confessions of Henry VIII's Sixth Wife

Though a relatively short work, Queen Katherine Parr's The Lamentation of a Sinner is a deeply personal and overwhelmingly theological confession of her unworthiness for the grace of God.

Apr 18

The Slow and Steady Pace of Discipleship by Michael Kelley

We don’t need something new. We need something old. We need to do the same things that saints of old have been doing in order to deepen our understanding and apprehension of the greatness of God.

Apr 18

The Kingdom of God is Radically New by David McLemore

Jesus is not the poster boy for old-time religion. He’s not the Bible Belt co-pilot. He’s not the post-modern homeboy. Jesus is the covenant-making God filling up the old in himself and pouring out the newness we long for.

Apr 17

Why Christians Oppose Abortion

Theological and Sociological Reasons

When Christians oppose abortion, they are beginning with the fundamental belief that humans are the capstone of creation, created in the image of God, and therefore ought to be preserved.

Apr 17

Be Tender-Hearted and Thick-Skinned

How Humility Protects Pastors from Pastoral Burnout

Sheep have been known to bite their shepherd. How should pastors respond in the face of unjust criticism?

Apr 17

Episode 055: Ed Stetzer on Whatever Happened to Missional?

For the Church Podcast

A Resource for the Church from Midwestern Seminary

On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson visits with Ed Stetzer about the state of "missional" in the evangelical church.

Apr 16

Aging and Finishing Well by David Alan Black

 I deeply believe that for those of us who are over 60, the most profound growth still lies ahead of us.

Apr 16

The Silver Chair and the Solas by Jason G. Duesing

For those of us living in the twenty-first century, how one understands the relationship of their faith in Christ and their obedience to Christ makes all the difference for living a life of joy and God-glorifying freedom. 

Apr 16

Matt Carter on Training Young Men for Ministry

What are some unique things you’ve learned in training young men for ministry?

Series: Conversations

Matt Carter on unique things he has learned in training young men for ministry.

Apr 15

Pastors Are Special

4 Reasons Pastoral Work is Different (and What You and I Should Do About It)

I'm convinced that too few church members often think about the burdens and responsibilities that really do make ministry special.