Monthly Archives: September 2012

Prayer as an evangelistic strategy?

Most of the prayer requests in prayer meetings is for sick people. We need to pray for physical needs. But should that be 90% of our requests? Is that really the most appropriate balance? Shouldn’t there be at least some … Continue reading

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a, E, i, o, u

What’s the power of a single vowel? Check it out. I’ve got to go to church or I get to celebrate Christ with my brothers. I get to spend time in the word this afternoon or I’ve got to do … Continue reading

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Why you don’t pray

Do you pray for people to be saved?  The Bible indicates that prayer is a key strategy for evangelism. I Tim 2:1  “I exhort, that first of all  supplications, prayers, intercessions and giving of thanks be made for all men… … Continue reading

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NOVEMBER DECISIONS

Many followers of Jesus are deeply concerned about the direction of our country. Those anxieties include morals, family, education, the economy, our relations with Israel, job creation, higher taxes and the military. This election year particularly motivates believers to “get … Continue reading

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