In his temptation, Jesus understood that not even a legitimate need should be met in illegitimate ways.
We may not understand what God is doing or even agree with it, but we know that while things are hopelessly beyond our control, they are not beyond His.
It’s the strangest thing: the heretic is actually the fundamentalist.
On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared C. Wilson talks with Nathan Rose, lead pastor of Liberty Baptist Church in Liberty, Missouri about the ins and outs of church revitalization, as well as the difficulty with altar calls and public invitations.
It has been revealed to God’s prophets already, they have written it for you, and that is enough.
While God’s will in particular circumstances may seem very unclear, God has already stated clearly in his word his desire to use us to glorify his name and spread his gospel to the nations.
The work-life God set forth is a life of purposeful work of imaging God in our shepherding of his creation.
Whether a fly is in your face or a dove is on your shoulder, keep preaching and keep praying.
FTC.co asks Dan Darling, Vice President for Communications, Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission, "Should pastors write? Why or why not?"
My left knee sends out a regular signal in Morse code that death is creeping up on me.