We must pay attention to this! The trend of dispersed peoples is only growing. When you factor in modern technology and transportation, hard-to-access peoples may now be easier to reach than at any point in history.
The world’s population is now over 7.5 billion people. So, how do we go about reaching them? Here are a few practical ways to help you get started.
Regardless of how you feel about Halloween, God has given you a golden opportunity to be gospel lights to your neighbors. This is the one time of year where our neighbors actually come to our door to be blessed.
How should followers of Christ react in the midst of this sickness?
Recently, I’ve had opportunities to invest in several people’s lives who are either non-Christians, unchurched, or young believers. In other words, I’ve had the opportunity to spend time with the rebellious and the religious.
The word disciple means follower or learner. So to make disciples is to make followers of Jesus. Two responsibilities for us as disciple makers are given to us by Jesus.
Five years ago I went on my first disaster relief trip. It was a three months after Hurricane Sandy, and the northeast was still picking up the pieces.
I want to encourage you to be a part of our Fall Festival Challenge by intentionally looking to have gospel conversations with people at our Fall Festival.
Montreal is a city of 4 million people and 99.3% of them are lost, making it the most lost city in North America. A large portion of the week was spent doing evangelism training, going out and serving in the city, and also engaging people in the neighborhood parks in gospel conversations.
Monday evening after VBS I asked my boys how their day had gone. They were excited about the games, crafts and events they had been able to be a part of, but were even more excited to tell me who they had seen.