Monthly Archives: August 2015

Practical Considerations For Defending the Faith

The following is taken from a message Richard Bargas preached at the 2015 IFCA convention. These are four critical practices that need to be applied to assure we are being faithful witnesses. Know Your Audience:  Paul wasn’t naive, and neither … Continue reading

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WHAT IF I DON’T HAVE THE GIFT OF EVANGELISM?

There is debate over whether there is such a thing as the “gift of evangelism.” Some would say there are Evangelists who are a gift to the church but there is no spiritual gift of evangelism. Others would argue that … Continue reading

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DON’T ADVERTISE YOU ARE A CHRISTIAN

This morning I pulled into the parking lot of my gym behind another car that had a bumper sticker advertising the church he attended. He was obviously bold in his declaration that he went to church and wanted others to … Continue reading

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How slow should you go?

Should you give the gospel when you first meet someone or wait until you have a relationship where they will trust you? One extreme position is that you should just live a Christian life in front of people and never … Continue reading

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