A new book from one of our profs called by Matt Smethurst 'one of the most thought-provoking writers in the Christian world today.'
Yarnell is able to paint a picture of the Holy Spirit with many shades and hues, with colors drawn from a spectrum of biblical genres located at various points within redemptive history.
Announcing the winners of the 3rd annual FTC Book Awards.
If you preach regularly, you should read this book.
We’re all looking for a place where the Father comes running, wraps his arms around us with a tearful smile, and throws a party. We’re all looking for home.
The call of Paul to Timothy is simple: preach the Word. Letters to My Students takes this simple charge at face value.
These words gave me permission to wonder at God and to deepen in enjoyment of the true story of his Son’s reigning forevermore.
In Who Is an Evangelical?, Thomas Kidd reminds us of what initially earned us the "evangelical" label, beckoning us to remember where we came from and offering a proposition to return.
When church members see pastoral leadership caring for orphans, it helps them to see that they can do the same.
Finding a consistent pace between too slow and too fast is vital for endurance, not only for an athlete but for a Christian as well.
Not only is it very intellectually satisfying to trust the Gospels, but it is more satisfying than any of the alternatives.
Announcing the winners of the 2nd annual FTC Book Awards.
Muslims in our country and abroad need the gospel of Christ. We need to preach it to them; we need to be their neighbors in the utmost way. This is exactly what Micah Fries and Keith Whitfield seek to show in their edited work, Islam and North America: Loving Our Muslim Neighbors.
Introducing the first annual FTC Book Awards!