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December 6, 2017 by James Merritt | Evangelism
There are some things in life that are difficult but they are not hard. I realize that sounds contradictory, but think about it. I play golf and I would be the first one to admit that it is difficult to hit a golf ball where you want it to go, but it is not all that hard to hit a golf ball...
November 22, 2017 by Ken Whitten | Evangelism
November 15, 2017 by Ted Traylor | Evangelism
The birth of Jesus was a good news gospel announcement. We must continue trumpeting our Savior has been born. The month of December is a ripe time for evangelism. Here are some ideas that may help you this Christmas season.
November 8, 2017 by James Merritt | Evangelism
There are at least two times of the year when any church should be maxing out the evangelism RPM’S and those are Easter and Christmas. Even with the increasing secularization of our culture, these two seasons still attract many unbelievers, the unchurched and nominal churchgoers to our campuses....
November 3, 2017 by Shannon Baker | Evangelism
On Halloween this year, Potomac Heights Baptist Church structured its entire outreach event to match the evangelism tool, "3 Circles: Life Conversation Guide." The tool, produced by the North American Mission Board (NAMB), helps people use three simple circles that represent "God's Design,...
November 1, 2017 by John Meador | Evangelism
Have you noticed the newest jargon we’re using in church circles these days? The term “gospel conversations” is the new “witnessing” or “soul winning” of days long past. There are many reasons I like this new expression. Mainly though, it appeals to me because of its emphasis on everyday...
October 25, 2017 by John Meador | Evangelism
As pastors, we often say “God does His greatest work in times of great difficulty.” For me, 2013 was a difficult year. At that point, I’d been the senior pastor of First Baptist, Euless for seven years – and things were challenging. Our community was facing rapid demographic changes that brought...
A Gospel model Blog Post
October 18, 2017 by John Meador | Evangelism
We’re losing. Losing ground, losing influence and losing an entire generation of potential disciples in America. Our nation is looking very unchurched. With a staggering 300,000 evangelical churches in America, we should be getting the job done. Unfortunately, we’re losing the game! Like a great...
October 11, 2017 by Ken Whitten | Evangelism
One day I read a blog from the Gospel Coalition written by Mack Stiles. Mack is a member of Third Avenue Baptist Church in Louisville. He was asked by High Pointe Church in Austin, Texas to lead a seminar on building an evangelistic culture. When it came time for the Q&A time one lady asked this...
October 4, 2017 by Ted Traylor | Evangelism
Paul says that God gave to the church apostles, prophets, evangelists, pastors and teachers. As we read the New Testament, we find two men associated with the word evangelist. The first is Philip. He seems to have the role of one who moved around proclaiming the gospel. The other is Timothy....