I think many of us, at some point in our lives, have prayed this prayer. But can we actually have the confidence to base our eternity on repeating these words after our mom, dad, or youth leader?
Many Christians are genuinely fearful, nervous, and even ashamed when it comes to evangelism. What can we do to be motivated to evangelize more faithfully?
If it’s just as important for Christians to feed the hungry as it is for them to spread the good news, I’m going to pick the one that gets me a pat on the back by society, not the one that gets me spat on. And that’s exactly what is happening today in the evangelical church.
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 […]
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 […]
How can you do the work of an evangelist? There are 5 ways we can practically apply this scriptural obligation.
We may not be chained to a Roman soldier as Paul was, but we have obligations and routines that bring us into repeated contact with unbelievers. We must preach Christ in these situations.