Whether it means having a one-time discussion, discipling someone, or running for state/local/national office, as young men in Christ, we have the opportunity to be the standard bearers in politics and culture.
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When it comes to sharing our faith, some of us should reconsider our approach a bit. The older I get the more I can look back on times which are quite embarrassing despite how noble my intentions were, and yet, I realize how much of it I caused myself in pride and foolishness.
Our responses to difficult people, and life in general, reveal how well we commune with the Holy Spirit and have our security in Jesus Christ. Our responses may also be the best witness of Jesus that we have with the difficult person. So, we must do this rightly.
Although evangelism is commonly discussed by many church leaders, there is reason for concern if you pay close attention to how many are explaining it. Let’s look at three of the most common and crucial mistakes as seen by how so many well-meaning Christians actually share the gospel message.
How do you respond when you get good news from someone? What if that good news came from God and saved your life; what would you do with such a wonderful gift? Let’s talk about what this response would and should most likely be.
A famous quote from a sermon by Charles Spurgeon on the power of God’s Word to defend itself. May we spend more time applying scripture in our lives and more time proclaiming the pure gospel than defending it.
You hear this a lot, but is it true? Is Christianity really dying? Turns out there are some underlying realities in the answers to this question that are actually quite encouraging. Take the time to watch this video shared from The Village Church Training Institute and you’ll be encouraged!
Reflections and insights from a young man who recently returned from two years overseas, in Spain, on world missions. Some questions you’d expect, maybe some you wouldn’t, but a lot to learn either way (even if you’ve never considered global missions)!
So you want to advance the name and fame of Jesus? You want to reach others with the hope and love you’ve experienced? How do you do this? How do we evangelize effectively? It won’t be by your own power and effort.