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What Ever Happened to Evangelism?

Reagan Rose | July 17, 2018

The hard work of gospel proclamation has taken a back seat in evangelicalism today. We are in the midst of a mission drift, a digression toward greater emphasis on temporal social issues. But if you believe that the church possesses a gospel which is the only hope for the eternal salvation of souls, you must agree that it is the most important cause we could engage in.

The Gospel According to Christmas Carols

Nathan Busenitz | December 18, 2015

It’s that time of year. Turn on the radio, take a trip to the mall, or simply stroll down the aisles of the local grocery store, and you’re likely to hear songs about Jesus’ birth playing in the background. We call them “Christmas carols,” but they are really Christian hymns celebrating the incarnation of our Lord and Savior. For […]

Jump Starting Your Evangelism

Jesse Johnson | September 28, 2015

The New Testament presents evangelism as both a gift and a command. On the one hand, evangelism is the main task God has given Christians to do (cf. Matt. 28:18–20). All believers are to be witnesses, and to fail to proclaim the gospel is to miss the very essence of what God has left us on […]

Doing the Work of an Evangelist

George Lawson | July 29, 2015

How can you do the work of an evangelist? There are 5 ways we can practically apply this scriptural obligation.

The Word of God Is Not Imprisoned

Michael Riccardi | June 11, 2015

Paul wrote his epistle to the Philippians against the backdrop of the church’s concern for Paul, during his first Roman imprisonment, as he awaited his trial before Nero. The believers in Philippi must have wondered how Paul was holding up. Was this imprisonment discouraging him? Would he be released? Could he return to Philippi to […]

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