Tag: Praise and Proclaim Ministries

Witness Well

How lonely places can affect our witnessing

A busy, cluttered life distracts us from priorities and promises. Our purpose in life becomes dimmed. Believers are provided with one perfect example on how to calibrate their spiritual life that can have a significant impact on their… Read More

Are there only going to be a few people who are saved?

In the ongoing conflict between good and evil, artists and writers attempt to instill the notion that all people are inherently good. When evil rears its ugly head in books and movies, we always root that love and… Read More

Report from MissionFest ’17 in Houston

Mission Fest ’17 was held in Houston a week ago. This annual event provides opportunities for teenagers to proclaim the gospel. High school students from Wisconsin and Illinois spent their spring break to travel to Texas exercising their faith,… Read More

Evangelism and Politics

I imagine that if Christ were here today, he would be more concerned about finding lost souls rather than trying to elect public officials, seating the right person on the Supreme Court, or changing public policies.

Praise and Proclaim Ministries launches outreach initiative in Goodyear, AZ

  Phoenix in February is a nice place to visit especially when you come from parts of the country where winter means ice, snow, and frigid air. Going door-to-door to proclaim the gospel dressed in a short-sleeved shirt… Read More

Being a Light Depends on How we Listen

The Light of the world became flesh and the angels made his presence known. The Light lived, died on our behalf, and rose again. That Light is the Word — the Word made flesh — the Word that… Read More

The Word made flesh entrusts believers with the gospel

Before time began… was the Word. The Word became the Light… and made his dwelling among us. The Word remains today… so that all people may believe in him. It is the Word we celebrate every Christmas –… Read More

God uses our “small turfs of grass” to answer big prayers

  It’s funny how much smaller everything looks then what you remember as a child. It reminded me how often we tend to miss a big God in the smallness of everyday life.