Category Archives: Missions / Evangelism
Whhen Chesterton went public with his Christian faith, and he did so by using the skeptical arguments as the very reasons he subscribed to Christianity
It takes a lot of courage today for an institution to challenge a culture that has no patience for enforcing doctrinal guidelines.
We knew God’s Word and experienced God. And that was life-shaping.
If it’s not the great needs of the world that overwhelm you, it’s the great sins of your heart that threaten to keep you from God’s mission.
Talk is cheap. Even when that talk is about the gospel. So, let’s not settle for conversations about the evangel that don’t lead to evangelism.
“Sex is everything,” goes the idea in the 21st century. “And sex is nothing.” This paradoxical view of sexuality in our society requires a paradoxical response from the Church.
Here’s what I learned from evangelicals bearing witness to the gospel in a country that is much further down the road of secularization than the United States.
6 questions. Answer “No” to any of them and your evangelism will suffer.
Just as we’re explicit about the gospel, let’s also be explicit about what the gospel makes us – God’s gospel-speaking people for a lost world.
Gerald McDermott and Harold Netland discuss witnessing to Christ in a world of religious diversity.