Monthly Archives: August 2016

Don’t stop… evangelism Is A PROCESS

Do you witness without seeing results? Don’t stop! Beside the fact that you have no control over the results, it is true that in many instances, evangelism is a process. It seems that often people do not respond to the … Continue reading

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Decision Making or Disciple Making

People often come back from a “missions trip” to Africa and report thousands of decisions made. Unfortunately, they don’t stick around to see what happens after they get on the plane. Something is happening to all those “decisions” because the … Continue reading

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YOU CAN’T GUESS WHO IS INTERESTED?

I was chatting with a businessman who had lived in a predominately Muslim country and asked him about evangelism there. His answer surprised me. He indicated that there was far more interest in that Muslim country than in England where … Continue reading

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Don’t just train people for evangelism…

It is a common leadership quip:  “You get what you honor.”  The idea is that if you put something on a pedestal, people will get the idea that it is important. This applies to evangelism.  It is common for churches … Continue reading

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