Monthly Archives: September 2011

Evangelistic Bible Studies (Continued)

(The following is a continuation of Rick Oglesby’s recommendations about conducting an evangelistic Bible study)  Tools An easily understandable Bible in the same edition for each person A handout or whiteboard or both The Holy Spirit: He brings clarity and … Continue reading

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Evangelistic Bible Studies

One of the most natural and effective places to share the good news, from the life of Jesus until now, has been the home. In an increasingly non-Christian society, the Jesus follower will become friends with and evangelize people where … Continue reading

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Are you a Mentor or a Coach?

Mentoring is Relationship: Mentoring can be found in example of Barnabus.  More than an encourager, the effect of Barnabus on the life of the apostle Paul (Acts 9) reached well beyond Paul’s own life and ministry. Howard Hendricks, in his … Continue reading

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Training

Training others is not merely two people sitting together having a Bible study.  It is actually multi-faceted.  Jesus equipped the twelve in three ways: Private Learning – Jesus developed the HEART by speaking with the disciples personally, ministering with them … Continue reading

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