Some Thoughts On Mission And Evangelism

Teaching EvangelismIn the preface to his book, The Evangelism of the Early Church, Michael Green states a personal reason for writing the book:“Most evangelists are not very interested in theology: most theologians are not very interested in evangelism. I am deeply committed to both. So the study of this subject was particularly congenial to me” …

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Evangelism And Ecumenism

Frequently, there has been a deep division between those who are committed to 'evangelical' concerns and those who are committed to 'ecumenical' concerns. This is a sad situation especially when we look at this particular tension in modern theology in the light of the Gospel. In John 17:2, we read of Jesus' prayer for the …

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Be An “Andrew”. You May Win A “Peter” For Jesus.

In John 1:40-42, we see Andrew bringing his brother, Peter, to Jesus. In Acts 2:37-42, we see Peter bringing three thousand people to Jesus. When we lead someone to Jesus, we have no idea of what a remarkable future may lie ahead of that person. Note the immediacy of Andrew's response. He was a man who had …

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The Apostles Were Evangelists. What About Us?

"And daily in the temple, and in every house, they ceased not to teach and preach Jesus Christ" (Acts 5:42).Daily evangelism, Church evangelism, Home evangelism, Unceasing evangelism, Teaching evangelism, Preaching evangelism, Jesus evangelism, Christ evangelism More than a Sunday thing - "Day after day"More than a 'Church' thing - "from house to house"More than a temporary …

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