Tag: evangelism

Gospel Power Transcends Relational Equity

The trendy argument that healthy relationships are necessary for effective evangelism is more ad populum than ad veritatum. It’s what we want to hear, not what we need to hear. I am thankful for those who put so much effort into statistical Christian research with an eye on strengthening churches toward effective evangelistic growth. But as the Bible teaches and history demonstrates, as important as healthy relationships are to the human experience, relational equity is not a prerequisite to effective gospel witness. Gospel power transcends relational equity. 

Drawing the Digital Net

“The digital age is not reverting to its pre-pandemic dormancy. It is here to stay. Gospel preachers must find ways to reach a digital audience with the gospel and give clear next-steps for response.” READ MORE…

From Faith to Faith

“For in it [(the gospel)] the righteousness of God is revealed from faith to faith, just as it is written: The righteous will live by faith.” (Romans 1:17, CSB) What do you do with good news? You share it! When something big happens – a milestone in your child’s life, the completion of a hard-earned degree, meeting a celebrity –…

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