Category Archives: Evangelism

If you only witness on airplanes…

I’m writing this in an airplane over the Atlantic Ocean.  I’m supposed to be witnessing to the person sitting beside me.  Isn’t that the main venue for evangelism?  Airplanes? The problem with airplane evangelism is that it is sporadic.  Most … Continue reading

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Evangelists who are not eloquent

Does Scripture present us with any list of qualifications when it comes to evangelism?  Do you have to have a degree or something? You have to at least have a minimum GPA from a good Bible College, right?  Do you … Continue reading

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How do we give “glory to God?”

One of the most quoted verses of scripture is: I Corinthians 10:31. “So, whether you eat or drink, or whatever you do, do all to the glory of God.” That is a principle that should govern everything in our lives. … Continue reading

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The Perfect Gift (Part 2)

By: Robert E. Zink Previously, I wrote of the commencement of the Christmas season which brings the initiation of the search for the perfect gift. Yet, that spectacular search often overlooks Christ, the focal point of our celebration, as the … Continue reading

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