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Posts from the ‘Evangelism’ Category

25
Apr

How to Utilize a Christian’s Unfair Advantage in Evangelism

 Christians have an unfair advantage when proclaiming the gospel, but too often, we don’t take advantage of it. There is one way to do that and it makes a huge difference in our witnessing. Read more

18
Apr

Proclaiming the Foolishness of the Gospel

The message of God’s grace appears utterly foolish to an unbelieving world. For those who believe in Christ, it can be equally foolish when people choose to reject God’s grace. How Christians respond to rejection makes a huge difference in proclaiming the gospel.

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10
Apr

Praise and Proclaim Ministries Launches Outreach Initiative in Liberty Hill, TX

Praise and Proclaim Ministries received the privilege of launching an outreach initiative with Peace Lutheran Church in Liberty Hill, TX on April 7-8, 2017. This new mission start is reaching out to the growing community north of Austin. This included twelve members and the pastor from Trinity Lutheran Church in Crete, IL who came to help members at Peace plant seeds of the gospel. The Lord blessed their efforts.

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3
Apr

Praise and Proclaim Ministries launches outreach initiative in Portland, OR

Praise and Proclaim Ministries received the opportunity to partner with Gethsemane Lutheran church in Tigard, Oregon [Portland] to launch an outreach initiative on March 31 and April 1. Read more

27
Mar

Praise and Proclaim Ministries Launches Outreach Initiative in Citrus Heights, CA

St. Mark’s Lutheran Church in Citrus Heights, CA (Sacramento) recently adopted a new mission statement, “Glorify God. Grow in Grace. Go with the Gospel.” In conjunction with this new mission and vision, the congregation embarked on an outreach initiative over the weekend with Praise and Proclaim Ministries. Members received training to proclaim the gospel and immediately put their training into action by going door-to-door to meet their neighbors and provide a short gospel message.

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