Recently Added Resources

Aug 21

When I First Confronted Religious Pluralism by Jason K. Allen

Believing, teaching, and defending the truth should be a priority for every Christian.

Aug 20

A Father’s Love in a Pixar World by Chris Thomas

Two decades of pastoral ministry has taught me that a prevailing theme of Christian life is the faulty thinking that we relate to God as though he is a disappointed father.​

Aug 20

The Head Crusher Cometh

How the Biblical Narrative Reveals the Messiah

This is the story of the hopeful, dreadful time between sin’s entrance and Christ’s conquest.

Aug 20

David Prince on Ethics and Playing Football by David Prince

Series: Conversations

FTC.co asks David Prince, Pastor of Preaching and Vision at Ashland Avenue Baptist Church and Assistant Professor of Preaching at Southern Seminary, "Does the discovery of CTE make playing football unethical?"​

Aug 19

Keep Your Eyes on Jesus by Jared C. Wilson

The life of faith is difficult. But there is a joy waiting for us beyond all comparison.

Aug 19

How To Be Lonely (To The Glory Of God) by Cole Deike

No matter how severe our loneliness might be, it can never surpass the loneliness of Christ crucified.

Aug 19

Links For The Church (8/19) by Staff

This week's links include resources on caring for single parents, calling and serving, teaching children to love the vulnerable, and praying in spiritual warfare.

Aug 16

An Interview with Jason K. Allen

Dr. Allen answers questions about his new book

Dr. Allen answers questions about his new book, Letters to My Students, Vol 1: On Preaching.

Aug 16

H.B. Charles Jr. On The Church and the 21st Century by H.B. Charles, Jr.

Series: Conversations

What is the one thing the local church needs to get right in the 21st century?

Aug 15

Jonathan Leeman on Distinguishing Between Primary and Secondary Issues by Jonathan Leeman

Series: Conversations

FTC.co asks Jonathan Leeman, an Elder at Cheverly Baptist Church in Washington D.C. and Editorial Director at 9Marks Ministries, "How do we distinguish between primary and secondary issues?"​