Tag: outreach

Witness Well

A Way to Start a Spiritual Conversation

Words matter. With eyes of wonder, believers in Christ grasp on to the words of grace, redemption, and justification. These words define the Christian faith. The meaning behind these words appear obvious to the faithful but may have… Read More

Slingshots or Silence

God works through his Word to create faith in the hearts of unbelievers. His Word is like a weapon used in warfare. It cuts like a double-edged sword (Hebrews 4:12) and explodes like dynamite (Romans 1:16). One of… Read More

Praise and Proclaim launches outreach initiative in Yakima WA

Evangelism is far more about trusting God’s promises and assurances than it is about ourselves. Believers trust that God’s Word works, even though we may not see the visible results of our efforts. Immediately following the Praise and… Read More

Praise and Proclaim launches outreach initiative in Little Rock AR

“Those are two nice ladies. You must have a great church.” A gentleman working in his yard had just met two members from King of Kings Lutheran Church in Little Rock, AR. They had just come by his… Read More

Encouraging News for Evangelism

Well-publicized reports reveal the growing number of the irreligious in America. More people are choosing to stay home rather than go to church on Sunday mornings. The world is rapidly transforming in this information age and congregations are… Read More

Praise and Proclaim launches outreach initiative in St. Peter MN

The city of St. Peter MN is located ten miles north of Mankato and has a population of 11,000. It is the home of Gustavus Adolphus College and could be considered a small college town with a strong… Read More

Praise and Proclaim launches outreach initiative in Tucson AZ

There are benefits going door-to-door to proclaim the gospel in 100-degree weather. The people you meet at the door will be either impressed with your zeal or baffled by it. Either way, you can get people’s attention and… Read More

Praise and Proclaim launches outreach initiative in Des Moines IA

“Oh! I love your sign! When congregations engage their neighbors, they are often surprised what they hear. People notice things. They observe activity, new construction, and even church signs. It seems that for some people who live close… Read More