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What kind of witness are you?
We need to not only walk the walk, but we must also testify to everyone we meet just why we walk as we do, and what a difference Jesus has made in our lives. Continue reading
I do a lot of reading about the role of personal evangelism in the life of a Christian and I’ve come to the conclusion that the most effective form of evangelism takes place within a relationship; witnessing in its most … Continue reading
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Do you feel the heat?
The surest road to Hell is the gradual one…the gentle slope, soft underfoot, without sudden turnings, without milestones, without signposts. – C.S. Lewis Most of us are familiar with the boiled frog analogy; the phenomenon whereby a frog placed in … Continue reading
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Are you flying beneath the radar?
As a one-time member of the National Evangelism Team for American Baptist Churches of the USA, I’ve done a lot of thinking about the role of personal evangelism in the life of a Christian. I have come to the conclusion … Continue reading
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Religion and Politics
In a more gentile era, polite conversation came with a variety of restrictions. There were circumstances where certain topics were simply not allowed. As we have become an evermore free-wheeling society one of the last constraints to be lifted was … Continue reading
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