Tag Archives: Evangelism

Some Beginning Articles on the Church

For some reason, I ended up on the subject of church life on my new site. It took a while to pull all three of these posts together, even though one was once previously written on this blog. That article, … Continue reading

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The Incredible Salvation of God

I think this story will encourage all of you. It’s true. Almost 30 years ago I ran an auto insurance agency in Germany for a company called Fortune. One day a clearly bewildered lady came in with a friend to … Continue reading

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Update: Giving Thanks

I think this is the kind of update my readers really like. This is a peek into my soul. Health update in one sentence: I’m in remission, feeling great, and my immune system still won’t rebound. Doctors are clueless as … Continue reading

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Evangelism and World Missions

There is a problem with our emphasis on evangelism. It is not the evangelism that is the problem. It is what we are skipping along the way! When I suggest what is obvious in Scripture, that “the Great Commission” was … Continue reading

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Through the Bible in a Year: Matthew 24 to 28

Introduction: Unrelated to Today’s Reading If you are enjoying this through the Bible series or getting anything out of it, you really need to give thanks to God today. As I write this, two days before you’ll read it, I … Continue reading

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Easy Believism: The Scriptural Version

I’m always harping on the need to have a real commitment to Jesus. Asking Jesus into your heart and believing that he died for your sins are not enough. You have to be a believer in Jesus, which means you … Continue reading

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I repent …

… for ever thinking that God cares about cussing. Don’t get me wrong. There are more important things for me to repent for, and I’m doing that the best I know how. And cussing is childish, inconsiderate, and indicates either … Continue reading

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To Evangelize Or Not To Evangelize

Anyone who’s really devoted themselves to the Gospel, whether they’re lousy at it like me or real good at it like that lady I knew as a child, has had such experiences. But we ruin it when we try to turn every Christian into a used-religion salesmen. Those people are no better a testimony for the Gospel than is a used-car salesman. Continue reading

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When It’s Good To Feel Bad

I don’t know how your Christian walk has been, but in mine I’ve found myself having to overthrow parts of my personality regularly. Right now, I’ve having to overthrow the part of my personality that doesn’t want others to feel … Continue reading

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How Do You Minister to a Homeless Person

I have several posts I really need to get on this blog, but I have a lot of other things to do today instead. Sad … So I just want to send you to an awesome blog post I read … Continue reading

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