the Iceby Mark
KellyAlicia, Arkansas, population 176, had a big-time
problem. Crystal meth had enslaved some of its residents. The power of God
working through a church with open arms turned a town around and freed it from
the ravages of a drug epidemic.
hinting around opens doorsby Mark
littleton Finding the right
balance between saying too much and too little is key to an effective witness.
Learn some ways of starting conversations that'll open doors and hearts to the
the da Vinci Code Movieby
Mike Licona When Dan Brown's best-selling book
hits the big screen, how will we respond to the questions it raises about
Jesus, the Bible and our faith? Learn what history tells us and how we can use
the blockbuster as an opportunity for outreach!
Men@Workby Jeffrey W.
For many of today's young men, the Great Commission is the great
omission. Too busy or just not interested, the 20- and 30-somethings are
leaving it to everyone else and are losing out on the wonderful blessing of
missions and evangelism.
for the futureby Jonathan
Wilson Meet eight of more than 5,000 NAMB
missionaries who have answered God’s call to full-time mission work reaching
for our missionaries from a to zby Jami Becher Sometimes the only and best
thing to do for our missionaries is pray. Here's an
A to Z guide for praying for those men and women on the front lines of
the watersby Ed
Stetzer This sixth and final article in a series on
missional growth offers five ways to jump-start your church’s outreach strategy
and achieve the unexpected.
go when you have to stayby
Lettie Kirkpatrick Burress Here are some ways to help share
the gospel in North America and around world despite limitations that keep you
in one place.
Stepping up to the tableby Carol Pipes
Taking Christ to a hurting worldby charles roesel
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