Resources on Gospel

Jul 20, 2017

You Have No Heart by Joshua Jenkins

A robust understanding of the sinfulness of the human heart leads to a right understanding of the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Mar 30

Why Did Christ Die?

A Reflection on 'The Cross of Christ' by John Stott

by Staff

The cross is an exposure of human evil and at the same time a revelation of the divine purpose to overcome human evil.

Mar 22

When You've Broken What You Cannot Fix by Kole Farney

Jesus did not come for those who presume they are innocent before God, but for sinners who know they are guilty.

May 10

What are "Sound Words"? by Coleman Ford

When key words are missing in our gospel vocabulary, the ministry of “sound words” is lacking.

Oct 26, 2017

Weak Pastors Need a Strong Gospel by Travis Montgomery

What does it mean to be a minister of the Gospel of Jesus Christ? It is to behold the eternal, miraculous, courageous cross of Christ and, with unveiled face, be transformed.

Sep 26, 2017

The Minister's Gospel

An FTC17 Sermon

Series: 2017 For The Church National Conference

Matt Chandler's message on "The Minister's Gospel" delivered at the 2017 For The Church National Conference.

Mar 1

The Gospel, The Christian, and The Past by Jason K. Allen

God's providence is always good, beyond improvement. Thus, he crafted your story, including your past, for his own, optimum glory.  

Aug 3, 2017

The Gospel is the Entire Meal by David McLemore

What God has filled up in the gospel, let no man empty with the law.

May 15

The Gospel in 2 Cups by Adam Kareus

How amazing it is that Jesus takes the cup of wrath once and for all!

May 17

The Gospel and Your Recreation by Jason K. Allen

May we be content to fulfill what God has called us unto—nothing less, but nothing more— and then rest in his goodness.

Oct 6, 2017

The Gospel According to Autumn by Lauren Hanssen

Jesus Christ turns back the timetable to bring life to the dying. 

Nov 4, 2017

The Church's Message

The Mission and Majesty of the Church | FTC Ames

Series: 2017 For The Church Ames Micro-Conference

Jared C. Wilson's message on "The Church's Message" delivered at the 2017 For The Church Micro-Conference at Ames, Iowa.

Mar 5

The Beautiful Monotony of the Gospel by Jared C. Wilson

One fear we must put aside in our quest for greater gospel-centrality is that it will not preach week to week.

Jun 20, 2017

Running to the Pantry of Good Works by Erik Raymond

The tendency we have to rely on ourselves for our own justification is gospel-muting. It’s Jesus-eclipsing. It’s legalism.

Feb 16

Resurrection in Genesis 31 by Joshua Jenkins

He died to live, and to live so that other dead people could come alive.

Oct 19, 2017

Preaching the Gospel to Ourselves by Dave Jenkins

The whole Bible is for the entire Christian because the entire Bible has a unified message in the gospel of the Lord Jesus.

Sep 7, 2017

Pastor, Be a Gospel Signpost by Travis Montgomery

If a pastor, as a signpost, points to the revealed theological realities of God, he must point supremely to the heart of that revelation: the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Feb 20

Jeff Medders on What a Pastor Should Do When His Church is Tired of Hearing the Gospel by J.A. Medders

FTC.co asks Jeff Medders, Pastor of Redeemer Church in Tomball, TX: "What should a pastor do when his church is tired of hearing the Gospel?"

Apr 12

How Far Should We Go in Defending Our Gospel-Centered Ministry? by Mike Leake

One mark of a truly gospel-centered pastor is the willingness to be seen as a complete fool, so long as Christ is honored.

Sep 19, 2017

Fervent for Grace by Steve Bezner

Grace, as it presents itself in the Incarnation, is love intentionally crossing barriers.

Aug 3, 2017

Confronting Gospel-Centered Confusion by Chris Thomas

What do we actually mean by the phrase "gospel centered"?

Feb 2

Christ Turns The Tide of Guilt by Amy Mantravadi

We must realize that a proper appreciation of one’s guilt before God is a gift that can lead us to the truth, and without which we are lost.