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    What we can learn from Paul about evangelism

    Are you a chameleon? That is to say, do you change your behavior depending on who you’re with? Is that always bad? Join us as we continue learning from Paul this week.

    Expressing God’s love to a lost world

    “For God so loved the world” is a phrase we’re used to hearing. Throughout the pages of the Bible, God speaks of His love and compassion for everyone. Don’t miss this important discussion.

    How Paul related to a pluralistic culture

    Our world is changing, and change is difficult. So what should our attitude be as we face all the changes in the culture around us? Join us as we start a new series in Acts 17, calling Christians to engage the world.

    She was the Fragrance of Christ

    It was a hand-made wedding gift presented to his wife and him that caught his attention. He had never seen such detail and meticulousness put into a gift before. His new colleague had never mentioned this talent she had; then again, she was a relatively quiet person and not […]

    Discover Ways To Share The Hope We Have In Christ With Everyone

    Do you think Christian preachers are tempted to make the message more palatable or at least soften it, to make it more palatable? Is that necessarily wrong?
    What might that legitimately involve?
    Paul spelled out his philosophy of evangelism that describes the cultural adjustments he is willing to make to win people to Christ
    (1 Corinthians 9:19-23).

    How Can I Share My Faith Without An Argument?

    In this booklet, evangelist Bill Fay outlines a simple, step-by-step approach to effectively sharing your faith. Discover how you can avoid unnecessary arguments that often get in the way of a complete presentation of the gospel. Gain a better understanding of God’s direction and your part in reaching people for Christ.

    Are You Having Difficulty Sharing Your Faith With Others?

    Do you think Christian preachers are tempted to make the message more palatable or at least soften it, to make it more palatable? Is that necessarily wrong?
    What might that legitimately involve?
    Paul spelled out his philosophy of evangelism that describes the cultural adjustments he is willing to make to win people to Christ
    (1 Corinthians 9:19-23).

    Where to turn when the task before you seems insurmountable–Mallery’s Story

    When Mallery met baby Rosie on the streets of Haiti, she knew she was being called to be the hands and feet of Christ and do all she possibly could to help save the infant’s life. Hear how God used Mallery to accomplish the impossible in Rosie’s life.

    Following in our Father’s footsteps – Craig’s Story

    Matthew 28:19 says we’re to “Go and make disciples of all nations.” Perhaps you want to share your faith but don’t know where to start. Craig shares how he took Jesus’ command to heart and began working with a local mission in the Chicago area. Encouragement for spreading the gospel!
    Find out more of what the Bible says about “the compassion of Jesus.”

    Service And Witness

    While serving as a maid in London, England, in the early part of the 20th century, Gladys Aylward had other dreams. Her goal was to be a missionary to China. Having been rejected by a Christian missionary organization as “unqualified,” Gladys decided to go there on her own. At the age of 28, she used her life savings to purchase a one-way ticket to Yangcheng, a remote village in China. There she established an inn for trade caravans where she shared Bible stories. Gladys served in other villages as well and became known as Ai-weh-deh, Chinese for “virtuous one.”

    The Deaf Hear

    When Thomas Gallaudet graduated from seminary in 1814, he had planned on becoming a preacher. However, his call to the ministry took a different turn when he met Alice, a 9-year-old, hearing-impaired girl in his neighborhood. Gallaudet began to communicate with her by writing words with a stick in the dirt.

    Faith With Works

    Because of his arthritis, Roger could no longer handle the winters of Illinois, so he moved to tropical Bangkok, Thailand. One day he remembered his grandmother’s favorite song, “What You Are”: What you are speaks so loud that the world can’t hear what you say; they’re looking at your walk, not listening to your talk; they’re judging from your actions every day.

    Cross The Divide

    Two young men with mischief on their minds approached a missionary’s outreach bus parked in a downtown area of a German city.

    The missionaries were there to offer refreshments as a way to open up conversations about Christ. The two visitors, wearing skull-and-crossbones bandannas, were there to offer trouble.

    Whatever Work God Has Given Us To Do, Let’s Do It With All Of Our Hearts!

    Significance in our work does not come from seeing it as a place to do evangelism.

    To show inadequate ways of building a bridge between our faith and work.
    Imagine a conversation between two business people:

    George, you and I have been attending church together for a couple of years, and I’ve never found out what you do.

    The Negative Impact Of Forcing One's Beliefs Onto Another Person

    The writer of Hebrews 11 states that there are those who were tortured . . .
    Why do governments or organizations, even people, resort to torture?

    Prisoners captured in war are tortured because the military is looking for information about the enemy’s plans.

    Do you think that works?

    Sometimes nations resort to torture to teach people the consequences of rebellion or of defiance.


    September 2019: Christian Living

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