Two lessons on evangelism for the tongue-tied
Evangelism can be a scary word.
I refer to it as the E-word because its frightening. It makes us feel unsafe.
Contrasting the religion of works with the gospel of grace
In the pursuit of righteousness before God, pangs of guilt and doubt clouds our understanding of our relationship with Him. We are far more prone to understand God based on our own terms, or experiences, or what seems fair.
THREE words to fight frustration when sharing God’s Word
Sharing the gospel of Jesus Christ with others is one of the most daunting exercises of our faith.
I wonder how many bucket lists include going door-to-door to share the gospel of Jesus Christ.
Rory McIlroy, the PGA Championship, and being right with God
Professional golfer Rory McIlroy came back to win a stunning victory in the PGA golf tournament a few weeks ago. Despite weather delays and difficult conditions, a thrilling battle ensued on the final round with the last shot played in near darkness.
Are you perfect in Christ?
What is your definition of a Christian?
With a word that contains a variety of connotations, I believe the Bible defines a Christian in one short statement:
One who is already perfect in Christ. Do you agree?
The Heavenly Rewards of Sharing our Faith
“I planted the seed, Apollos watered it, but God made it grow. So neither he who plants nor he who waters is anything, but only God, who makes things grow.” (1 Corinthians 3:6-7)
The Apostle Paul understood the process of conversion.
Four more short and effective prayers for reaching the lost
God’s plan and purposes are largely unseen. This is especially true when Christians plant the seeds of God’s Word in the hearts of souls lost in the darkness of unbelief.
Four short and effective prayers for reaching the lost
In the darkness of unbelief, only the light of the gospel can bring a soul to faith in Christ. The power of God’s Word breaks through the thick layer of hardened crust that veils understanding or receptivity to God’s message of salvation.