Recently Added Resources

Jan 11

3 Spiritual Reasons to Do Something You're Not Good At by Michael Kelley

One active way we can remind ourselves of our comparative insignificance is to do something we’re probably going to be bad at.

Jan 11

A Giant Has Fallen Among Us: MBTS Remembers R.C. Sproul by Owen Strachan

This is the reality about all who are in Christ: from the mightiest to the weakest, all who love the holiness of God rise, redeemed and renewed, in heaven.

Jan 10

Episode 022: Jason Allen

For the Church Podcast

A Resource for the Church from Midwestern Seminary

On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared C. Wilson interviews Dr. Jason K. Allen, president of Midwestern Seminary, about his first five years in leadership at the school and the dramatic resurgence resulting.

Jan 10

Be Amazed This Sunday by Danny D'Acquisto

The church is not simply a man-made tool that we use to advance the cause of Christ; the church itself is central to the cause.

Jan 10

Beware of the Self-Elevating Gospel by Bethany Mathis

The more I dig into the Word, the more I see with glaring clarity that the Bible is like a collection of big neon signs pointing to the cross.

Jan 9

Clint Pressley on Key Components to Discipling Young Men by Clint Pressley

FTC.co asks Clint Pressley, Senior Pastor of Hickory Grove Baptist Church in Charlotte, NC: "What are some key components to discipling young men?"

Jan 9

Staying Humble When Your Promotion Doesn't Come by Mike Leake

The truly humble person will take the low position and will not be shocked, dismayed, or depressed if he stays there.

Jan 9

Does My Teenager Really Need Youth Group? by Heath Miller

Student ministries can give students something the world cannot – a greater purpose for their soul, and guidance in how to live for that purpose.

Jan 8

Building and Destroying, Transforming and Terrifying - All with a Word by Jared C. Wilson

"Do you think that mere words are strategy and power for war?" Yes. We do.

Jan 8

Apologies Ad Nauseam: Parents and Repentance by Abigail Dodds

Where we may run amok is forgetting that our confession and receiving of forgiveness should be effecting something significant in us.