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Posts from the ‘Evangelism’ Category

10
Oct

Following Christ means not looking back

Following Jesus is not comfortable, nor easy. He regularly challenges believers by defining what it means to live a redeemed life. He does that by stretching our comfort zones and shedding light on misplaced priorities. Read more

2
Oct

Trust in the power of God’s Word prompts action to proclaim it

God’s ways are not our ways. His thoughts are not our thoughts. Perhaps what baffles us the most about God is that he uses believers to carry out his highest purpose – to bring people to heaven.  Read more

26
Sep

Wisdom in Christ prompts concern for souls

Those who trust in God’s promises are secure about their citizenship in heaven and confident in their eternal inheritance because of what Christ has already done for them. Proclaiming the Good News is a natural outpouring of their faith that is prompted by love, concern, and wisdom. Read more

12
Sep

Praise and Proclaim launches outreach initiative in Baltimore, MD

Praise and Proclaim Ministries was granted the privilege to partner with Atonement Lutheran Church to launch an outreach initiative in Parkville, Maryland from September 8-10. The level of participation from the members was amazing and the weekend provided outreach momentum with the intent to be impactful and lasting in the months ahead.  Read more »

7
Sep

Jesus’ Commission to Invite

Then Jesus said to his host, “when you give a luncheon or dinner, do not invite your friends, your brothers or sisters, your relatives, or your rich neighbors; if you do, they may invite you back and so you will be repaid. But when you give a banquet, invite the poor, the crippled, the lame, the blind, and you will be blessed. Although they cannot repay you, you will be repaid at the resurrection of the righteous.” (Luke 14:12-14)

Tough words.

We live in a culture that doesn’t seem to invite friends and neighbors over for dinner often – especially people we don’t know. What is Jesus trying to teach us today? Is this another impossible standard to follow. Read more »

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