Monthly Archives: November 2017

The Perfect Gift

Officially, the season of thanks has completed and the season of spending has commenced. For many the season carries a hurried and frantic pace moving from store to store searching for that perfect gift. Fascinatingly, that search for the perfect … Continue reading

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Baptism and the Great Commission

When should a person be baptized? I was recently in a country where they baptized people within minutes of receiving Christ as Savior. Most around the world delay baptism for several months or years after salvation. There is no debate … Continue reading

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Should we go where the action is?

Is it better stewardship to support missionaries in a region of the world where people are responding to the gospel as opposed to regions where people are not responsive? There is a popular idea that says something like “find out … Continue reading

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Evangelism without a pulpit

Early in the afternoon, I left the Hong Kong skyscrapers behind and headed into the nearby mountains with a friend I have been witnessing to for the last two years. We hadn’t gotten together for a couple of months so … Continue reading

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