The what, why and wondering approach to evangelism
“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future.” Jeremiah 29:11
How Lauren and Tony Dungy use every opportunity to share the Gospel
Imagine how our churches would grow if every member saw sinners through Jesus’ compassionate eyes. Imitating Him in His passion for the lost should be our No. 1 priority. But how do we make that happen when we each have everyday hassles that become our priorities?
If you are a pastor, I assume you know the importance of Gospel-like marriages. But what you may not know is that missionary marriages face unique challenges.
Take heart: faithful pastors and missionaries achieve greatness not because of anything they bring to the biblical text but because of what it brings to them and their hearers. God has already equipped you as a teacher of his Word to help disciple all nations, carrying his unchanging truths from one culture to another.
Many missions methods emphasize the ease of conversion, but the decision to follow Christ must be understood as a virtual act of treason.
Brooks Buser discusses the role of local churches in missions and how to identify and train missionaries to complete the Great Commission.
There is nothing that we can do to redeem ourselves but only Jesus can redeem us from sin and the punishment of death which we deserve.
Culture’s increasing disapproval and hostility toward gospel proclamation has Christians reconsidering evangelism’s correctness.