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.
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 goodness will overcome evil. The stark reality of sin, as taught by the Bible, supports a completely …
The rescue of a prisoner of war camp and the act of doing a favor provide examples of how Christians can look at the great commission.
Praise and Proclaim Ministries was blessed with the opportunity to partner with Our Savior Lutheran Church in Kasson, MN to launch an outreach initiative and train its members how to proclaim the gospel in their community.
A gift is not a gift unless its received. God’s gift of grace is not a gift unless it’s received and its not grace if it’s something to be earned. It is a gift so astonishing that its routinely rejected.
Alone in an elevator, another person steps in and presses a button for the 12th floor. An angel of the Lord taps you on the shoulder and whispers that you have thirty seconds to proclaim the gospel before they step out. What would you say?
I’m wondering if evangelists could use the following invitation to proclaim the gospel: Are you tired of living with pigs?
A brand new church was officially planted this weekend in Rockwall, Texas. Members from Divine Peace in Garland launched a second site after several years of planning, prayer, and preparation. Praise and Proclaim Ministries received the privilege to come and train members how to proclaim the gospel and organize a comprehensive campaign to help introduce …