Recently Added Resources

Apr 22

Celebrating Five Years of For the Church by Ronni Kurtz

As this five-year milestone moves into the rearview, we at FTC are all the more committed to our mission—produce gospel-centered resources For the Church.

Apr 22

Episode 082: FTC 5th Anniversary Episode

For the Church Podcast

A Resource for the Church from Midwestern Seminary

On this episode of the For The Church Podcast, Jared Wilson and Ronni Kurtz reflect on the fifth anniversary (4/22) of the For The Church website and the last five years of growth and ministry.

Apr 21

Glorify God in Your Habits

How Spiritual Disciplines Produce Real Joy

Don’t be afraid to pursue your joy — in God —as you come to his word, prayer, and church. In fact, seeking your joy in him is not optional. It’s essential.

Apr 21

Andrew King on How Amos Can Shape Our View of God and the World by Andrew King

Series: Conversations asks Andrew King, Assistant Dean and Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at Spurgeon College, "How can the prophet Amos shape our view of God and the world?"

Apr 20

Don’t Waste Your Medical Crisis by Karen Allen

Approximately one year ago, on April 11, 2019, my life was forever changed.  Until that day, 2019 was a year marked primarily by busyness. Life and ministry with my husband and family was full. The days were good, but long.

Apr 20

Crucifying Defensiveness by Jared C. Wilson

Why would you and I do that? Why would we turn the cheek this way, go two miles with the guy demanding one?

Apr 20

Coronavirus, Psalm 131, And The Faithful Father by Gail Emerson

Unlike my mothering, God’s faithfulness is holy and perfect.

Apr 20

Links For The Church (4/20) by Staff

This week's links include resources on empathy, loving the church, the context of a verse, prolonged sabbath, and Proverbs during the pandemic. 

Apr 17

Dean Inserra On Pastors Preventing Moral Failing by Dean Inserra

Series: Conversations

How can a pastor protect his family, his church, and himself from moral failing?

Apr 17

What Did They Mean, “Believe in Christ?” by Jim Elliff

Something has been done for you that you could not do for yourself through his dying and rising again on your behalf.