gone soft? Do we sugarcoat the gospel?A spoon full of sugar may help with
medication, but when it comes to the gospel we need to tell it like it is.
Several Christian leaders share how we can connect with our culture without
compromising the message.
doughnuts you get the gospelDavid Randsell uses doughnuts, Santa Claus
suits and anything else that works to get peoples attention at the Edgewood
Baptist Center in Dayton, Ohio. The results are new on mission
opportunities and changed lives.
-vangelismYes, God understands computers. Wired on mission
Christians are having incredible effectiveness in sharing the gospel
Halloween?Well, not exactly, but
running for cover is not the only option. Discover fun ideas for outreach that
your children can help create.
sleep in on SundayDiscover more
insights into why non-Christians skip church in this continuing series.
witnessA former Jehovahs
Witness explains his journey to the true Jesus and how you can share the truth
the people gatherBig events like
the Olympics draw large crowds and give ample opportunity for sharing faith in
Christ, if Christians are prepared for action.
your churchPeople from around
the world continue to seek new lives in North America. Your church can provide
a welcome home for ethnic church starts.
sports clinicsSports and
the gospel make a winning combination. Your church can host a sports clinic and
provide an exciting platform for students and their parents to hear the truth
and other on mission Christians
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