Blog Posts - Evangelism



Speak It or Live It?

Have you ever felt guilty because you did not say something to someone about Christ? Do you feel obligated to speak your mind about a particular sin? Do you feel it is your duty as a Christian to force every opportunity into a chance to tell someone...
by Done with Religion on Dec 7, 2016

“Free to Live Within Boundaries” Like No ratings yet.

With the recent celebrations of America’s and Canada’s Independence Days, our attention naturally turns toward freedom and independence. There is a great cry for freedom today. Freedom of the press; freedom of speech. These declared freed...

Book review – an old Paul Little classic on evangelism

A few years ago for a personal evangelism class, we had to pick a book about evangelism (from a list …Continue reading →...
by Enough Light on Jul 20, 2016

'Evangelism Team Leader' - new post at Diocese of Bath and Wells

It wasn't so long ago that my Diocese released a course for all its churches, including a talk from a senior staff member who argued that local churches should 'forget about being missionary'. There was maybe an important point buried in there, but i...
by Opinionated Vicar on Jul 19, 2016

Evangelism: never the first word in a conversation?

Words of wisdom from the ABofC speaking at a reception for leaders of other faiths in the garden of Lambeth Palace, the Archbishop insisted Christians should not actively “proselytise” non-Christians. Asked where he drew the line between evan...
by Opinionated Vicar on May 23, 2016

An Encounter with the Word of God

We believe in the power of the Word of God to bring about transformation. This past month we’ve seen opportunities to lead people into just this type of encounter.
by discipleMexico on May 4, 2016

Book Review: Paul Borthwick, Great Commission, Great Compassion

Borthwick, Paul. Great Commission, Great Compassion. Downers Grove, Ill.: InterVarsity, 2015.  Link to IVP Paul Borthwick is a missiologist who teaches at Gordon College and has contributed several important books on missions and evangelism. This sh...
by Reading Acts on May 2, 2016

Book Review: Paul Borthwick, Great Commission, Great Compassion

Borthwick, Paul. Great Commission, Great Compassion. Downers Grove, Ill.: InterVarsity, 2015.  Link to IVP Paul Borthwick is a missiologist who teaches at Gordon College and has contributed several important books on missions and evangelism. This sh...
by Reading Acts on May 2, 2016

This Thank you Jesus (TYJ) Site Blog. 1 No ratings yet.

This Thank you Jesus (TYJ) Site is a Christian (Acts 2:38 KJV) Network created to honor God: Jesus for his daily provisions and blessings in our lives. This is a Pentecostal Apostolic Christian Network from Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the United St...

In Partnership to Reach the Lost

Working on the computer may not seem like a big deal, that is unless it's helping to bring 1 million to Christ.
by discipleMexico on Apr 9, 2016

The Gift That Keeps on Giving

The LFTL funds received in January have freed up resources that are being used to purchase land to build churches in pivotal communities, especially those lacking evangelical presence.
by discipleMexico on Mar 17, 2016

-The Real Story of St. Patrick

Happy St. Patrick’s Day 2016. The following is our traditional post for this special holiday: The Real Story of St. Patrick’s Apostolic Ministry Happy St. Patrick’s Day! A day to go to your favorite pub, eat corned beef and cabbage … Read...
by CHARISMATICA on Mar 17, 2016

What is the essence of evangelism?

Filed under: Audio Sermons, Salvation Tagged: christian prayers, Christianity, Evangelism, evangelist, Heaven, Prayers, Religion, Save the World, Sin, soul winning...
by Save the World on Mar 2, 2016

Inspiring pastors and Christian workers to see the need

How do you inspire someone to see the need? It requires exposure; it demands engagement.
by discipleMexico on Feb 6, 2016

Salvation is for Everyone part two (Romans 10:14-21)

Welcome back! I know it’s late but I really wanted to get this out today. Quick review: obedience is good but righteousness comes through faith and salvation comes when you believe and confess. Caught up? Great! Let’s continue with Romans 10:...
by Searching the Scriptures on Jan 29, 2016

When the Plan Comes Together

...the explosion of gratitude that overtook me was stronger than any blast the A-Team could have concocted.
by discipleMexico on Jan 9, 2016

Our Winter Newsletter is Now Available!

With the change in season comes the opportunity to inform you about what's been going on since our arrival in Mérida in August.
by discipleMexico on Dec 12, 2015

Quiet No Longer

The Internet has made the life of quiet desperation a thing of the past. What would happen, however, if the church was listening and responding?
by discipleMexico on Nov 18, 2015

Service to God: How should I serve God? How do we serve the Lord?  

  Exodus 23 vs 25: And ye shall serve the Lord your God, and he shall bless thy read and thy water, and I will take sickness away from the midst of thee Job 36 vs 11: If they obey and serve him, they shall spend their days in prosperity and thei...
by Save the World on Nov 16, 2015

There’s Got to Be a Better Way

Seeing the constant dependence fostered by traditional methods, we've told ourselves that there has got to be a better way. We believe that we may have found it.
by discipleMexico on Nov 7, 2015


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