Category Archives: Evangelism

Should we go where the action is?

Is it better stewardship to support missionaries in a region of the world where people are responding to the gospel as opposed to regions where people are not responsive? There is a popular idea that says something like “find out … Continue reading

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Evangelism without a pulpit

Early in the afternoon, I left the Hong Kong skyscrapers behind and headed into the nearby mountains with a friend I have been witnessing to for the last two years. We hadn’t gotten together for a couple of months so … Continue reading

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Evangelism: An Act of Worship

By: Robert E. Zink Sinclair Ferguson writes, “The single most important activity of your life is to worship God. You were made for this – to offer your whole life, in all its parts, as a hymn of praise to … Continue reading

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Jesus, dinner and evangelism

Jesus accepted seven dinner invitations and social engagements. Three of them were with rather generic… but we probably wouldn’t have gone to the other four. He was mixing it up with really bad people. He was socializing with the scum … Continue reading

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