Evangelism

Why Social Justice Should Be a Crucial Part of Your Evangelism Strategy

During his message at The Gospel Coalition’s 2019 National Conference, Pastor Tim Keller argued that justice—advocating for racial minorities, the poor and the needy—needs to be an important part of the Christian lifestyle. He says the primary mission of the church is to call people to repentance and share the gospel message, but that if …

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ARE THE DAYS OF EVANGELISTIC REVIVALS OVER?

Over forty years ago a teenager, I attended an Apostolic revival.  I was not raised in church.  They were in their third week of almost nightly services (they took Monday off), and a number had already received the Holy Ghost. After a week of praying I received the Holy Ghost and was baptized.  If I …

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The Lousy Excuse for Why Churches Don’t Grow

Growing up we’ve always heard that the Truth makes us free, but we’ve also heard people don’t actually want to hear Truth. Truth in this sense is speaking of the true Gospel of Jesus Christ. I want to counter a position that is so widespread, but seems largely grounded in assumption. Here is the lousy …

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‘Church Anywhere’: congregation brings worship services to schools, rehab centers and prisons

An evangelical church in Indiana has launched campuses inside of prisons, a rehabilitation home, a youth shelter and even public schools to bring the Gospel to people who are not able or don’t necessarily like to physically attend church services. For the past three years, the 800-member, non-denominational First Capital Christian Church in Harrison County, …

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Is Evangelism Dead? New Study Finds It May Be.

When it comes to sharing our faith, let’s be honest, most of us could use some work. Of course, there are the select few enthusiastic believers who take absolutely every opportunity to bestow the Good News upon some poor unsuspecting stranger, but in general, we tend to keep things under wraps. Why is that? One …

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Rock Star Turned Prophet: “Evangelist Seat is Rising”

What do a 73-year-old Indian theologian, an American high school student and a pilot in the French navy have in common? Each one has signed on for Awakening Evangelism BASE Training, a unique program dedicated to equipping the saints with the tools they need to spread the gospel of Jesus Christ. “Let me speak prophetically, …

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Evangelism Explosion Rocks Many of 65,000 at Bonnaroo

The seventeenth annual Bonnaroo music festival concluded recently an hour from our home. This event draws people nationwide to a field in Manchester, Tennessee for four days of music, drugs, drunkenness and debauchery. In 2015, more than 80,000 were in attendance. This year over 65,000 gathered together in the field to resurrect this “Woodstock” experience. …

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Why do Christians keep inviting you to church?

Hey, do you want to come to church with us on Easter?” You may have heard this or something similar from a friend, co-worker or family member. Depending on where you live, perhaps you’ve already received a mailer or two about a local church service. Maybe you’ve wondered why Christians like me won’t just leave …

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Controversial college preacher returns to Louisiana State University – Shreveport

Preaching the gospel or pestering people? A religious minister turns a public place into a battleground over faith and the first amendment, but is is legal? KTBS-3 News visited Louisiana State University -Shreveport to witness the clash and we warn you some of the language may be offensive. The pastor’s name is “Brother Matt” and …

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