Just as the Sherpa comes alongside his clients and helps organize, direct, assemble, and lead, the theological educator does the same for students.
On this episode of the FTC Podcast, Jared Wilson and Ronni Kurtz offer some words of wisdom for new Bible college and seminary students on successfully pursuing a biblical education while thriving spiritually and at home.
It is better get an ‘A’ at home and a ‘C’ in the classroom, than an ‘A’ in the classroom and a ‘C’ at home.
FTC.co asks Dr. Jason K. Allen, President at Midwestern Seminary and Spurgeon College, “Why do you consider being confessional integral to the health of a theological institution?”
We are called to minister grace and truth. We need to shepherd pilgrims on their way to the New Jerusalem. How can we do this well in the next 10 years?
Students may not have changed much over the centuries, but the task of educating the next generation remains great.
A few suggestions to help those thinking about a call to vocational gospel ministry, and especially those doing so during the uncertain days of a worldwide pandemic.
The world desperately needs faithful leaders that steadily live the gospel out before a watching world.
Every semester I tell my students, “For the love of God, do not bring your Greek or Hebrew Bible to corporate worship on Sunday.”
FTC.co asks Dr. Todd Chipman, Assistant Professor of Biblical Studies at MBTS and pastor at the Master's Community Church in Kansas City, "What advice would you give someone deciding between academic theology and pastoral ministry?"