Category Archives: Encouragement Efforts

Walk Through That Door

Can sharing the gospel really be as easy as explaining how to walk through a door?  In the middle of my talk at a church recently, I walked out of the building after making the statement that sharing our faith is … Continue reading

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Spiritual Gravity of Sin

“With his vast scientific and technological know-how, man can break out of earth’s gravity and reach the moon, yet he cannot in his own strength break out of the spiritual gravity of his sinful nature, and get in touch and … Continue reading

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Message for the Ages

Jesus Saves!  Has any other message in recorded history been more important to deliver?  Certainly not the word’s called out on Paul Revere’s ride or the eloquent speech by President Lincoln in his emancipation proclamation. The profound truth that in … Continue reading

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Discouragement Isn’t Dead…Yet

No Christian is immune from discouragement. If you don’t believe me, just read this biographical note from Paul, the Apostle. Maybe that’s one of the reasons God clearly commanded His people to “consider how we may spur one another on … Continue reading

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Power First, Knowledge Second

The value of evangelism tools can’t be overemphasized but there’s something even more important says Floyd McElveen, in “Unashamed – A Burning Passion to Share the Gospel.  “…the key issue isn’t this method or that method, this technique or that … Continue reading

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Catch a Fever

We usually think of having a fever as a bad thing, but when it comes to loving our neighbor by sharing our faith, we don’t want the ‘fever’ to subside. Ways to Catch a Fever According to Lee Strobel in … Continue reading

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Do You Know Where They Live

“It may seem obvious, but even a great messenger can deliver mail only if he or she as an address that clearly identifies where the intended recipient lives.  So the challenge that precedes all effective evangelism is identifying the ‘spiritual … Continue reading

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Share Some, Learn Lots

With the title, “How to Talk about Jesus without Freaking Out”, you’d expect a book to be about evangelism, and you’d be right.  Jim & Karen Covell and Victorya Michaels Rogers wrote this encouraging book and many of the things … Continue reading

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The Core of Evangelism

It helps to be reminded that evangelism is not so much about us, but about God working in and through us to reach those he wants to rescue.  As John Bowen so succinctly say in Evangelism for “Normal” People, “Evangelism … Continue reading

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A Love Beyond Belief

Have you ever thought about the love of God we try to share through evangelism? It’s a “love so large that it could look beyond sins and treasure the wayward people behind them. A love so powerful that it could … Continue reading

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