When have you seen acts of hospitality commend the gospel to outsiders?
Which “evangelism courses” are the best to use with non-Christians?
Unless Genesis 1:1 is true, then we will have problems convincing anyone that there is a problem with sin and a need for redemption.
Can missionaries traveling to a country that’s hostile to Christianity and the Great Commission lie about their reasons for coming?
It’s the members with real business skills who may provide the best access for Christians to obtain access to closed or restricted countries.
The institutionalized structure of denominations at least lessens the biblical responsibility of a local church to equip ministers of reconciliation with the message of reconciliation.
Shockingly, slavery still exists and flourishes today.
A new day is dawning, and we are seeing signs of strong leadership arising from outside the West.
The free grace that forgives is also a grace that transforms, turning bad trees which produce bad fruit into good trees which produce good fruit.
What’s required for salvation isn’t walking an aisle. It’s repentance from sin and belief in Jesus Christ.
We are justified by faith alone, but a justifying faith produces Christians who look more and more like the God they worship.
The quest for unity around personalities and preachers . . . is never lasting, although it may seem to have short-lived success.
Our love for the gospel is most clear when we delight to see it prosper . . . when other people will be viewed as the human agents of its success.
I am convinced that the complementarian position will strengthen the church in her God given-role to proclaim and protect the gospel.
A pastor should know his congregation, and a Christian should know his non-Christian friend, so they both can exercise wisdom and sensitivity in communicating the gospel.