Mark Dever interviews Tim Keller about his conversion, what led him to New York City, why the cultural gap between generations has exponentially grown in recent decades, and much more.
Thought-provoking and challenging, this book is a guide that church leaders and church members will find helpful as they seek to form, or reform, their own mercy ministries.
Mark Dever interviews four men ministering across four continents: South America, Europe, Asia, and Africa.
It appears in retrospect that the Cultural Revolution, seen at the time as an unmitigated disaster for the church, was actually of great assistance to the growth of Christianity in many places in China.
Church, raise up young Christians. Don’t pass it off to a book. But then, take advantage of every possible good book out there to help make that happen.
Read this book if for no other reason than it puts flesh and bone on our prayers as it illustrates the faithfulness of God in keeping his promises.
There is an honesty and a holy distinctiveness in being a Christian in Australia today that makes the work of evangelism and the reality of church so much easier.
A strict diet of evangelistic programs produces malnourished evangelism.
How good of an archer would you be if you didn’t know how to recognize a target?
The gospel is the joyful message from God that leads us to salvation.
Evangelism is teaching the gospel with the aim to persuade.
We want churches to have an impact on campus, and for the campus to be present in the local church. But how?
Walking an aisle, raising a hand, or even praying a prayer may tell us that evangelism has happened, but such actions are not what evangelism is.
We want to see our members embrace an evangelistic way of life that trickles into our conversations with each other, how we spend our time, how we pray.