Monthly Archives: December 2014

Not a one-time event

I’ve been reading quite a few books on evangelism lately for some of my Mdiv work at Trinity. I don’t agree with all that I have read, but one of the things that I think I’m learning is the simple … Continue reading

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It takes time…

It seems that for many people, coming to Christ is a process. They hear the gospel several times before responding. Or they may have spent several months or years thinking about God. There are only a few times in my … Continue reading

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BARRIERS TO EVANGELISM

Blog by Dave Brown: Sometimes, we are the problem.  We create for ourselves barriers to evangelism.  Here are some of them. ISOLATION – “I’ve been taught for years not to befriend unbelievers. We Christians are hated by the world anyway; … Continue reading

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FRONT DOOR / BACK DOOR

Churches grow in numbers because someone is watching the back door and someone is getting people to the front door. It is difficult to do both well. Normally, it is the pastor’s role to watch the back door. He is … Continue reading

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