Topic: Evangelism

November 22, 2019
Don’t Make People a ‘Project’

When seeking to build natural, genuine friendships with people, consider these three things.

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March 18, 2016
What's the Greatest Challenge to Doing Evangelism and Discipleship in Hard Places?

I think most Christians don’t know how to go about sharing the gospel in a way that makes sense. And they don’t know how to go about helping someone grow in Christ, period. But I think when you add in the distance that many middle-class Christians feel culturally from people who are in poor societies, […]

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February 27, 2016
Addictions in Hard Places

Session 5 of the 20schemes 2016 Weekender.

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February 27, 2016
Evangelism in Hard Places

Session 1 of the 20schemes 2016 Weekender.

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January 28, 2016
Why We Must Understand Repentance to do True Evangelism

We must do a lot of hard work in explaining true, biblical repentance when working with the poor (or anybody for that matter). Being sorry and repenting for sins are two completely different acts that produce two very different long-term fruits in people’s lives. Sin is grievous to God, separating us from him. Repentance is […]

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January 27, 2016
Why We Must Represent Christ Correctly in our Evangelism

Thankfully, the gospel message doesn’t end with the goodness of God and the sinfulness of man. That wouldn’t be good news. But, in fact, God has done something about our awful condition. God sent his Son to live for us and die for us and rise again for us. Now there is a way for […]

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January 25, 2016
Why We Must Represent God Correctly in Evangelism

Let me tell you about Lachie. He is in his late 30s and has no experience of Christianity in the home. He grew up in the local authority care system and is the product of a couple of decades of unsuccessful institutional reform. He was weaned on a diet of daytime TV chat shows, History […]

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October 30, 2015
What's the Greatest Challenge to Evangelism and Discipleship in Deprived Communities in the West?

Erik Raymond is the senior pastor of Emmaus Bible Church in Omaha, Nebraska and has a blog, The Ordinary Pastor, on The Gospel Coalition. In this video, Erik explains that one of the greatest challenges to evangelism and discipleship in Western deprived communities is a lack of workers—Jesus asks us to pray for labourers. “The […]

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April 29, 2015
Challenges to Evangelism and Discipleship in Deprived Communities

Brian Fikkert, author of When Helping Hurts, Professor of Economics & Community Development at Covenant College, and Executive Director of The Chalmers Center, answers the question: “What is the greatest challenge facing the church when it comes to evangelism and discipleship in deprived communities?”

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March 18, 2015
Why Are We so Afraid of Evangelising Our Female Friends?

A question that I get asked a lot is, “How do you engage women?” Unless you are one of those rare women who works from home, does all her shopping and banking online, and only talks via text and email then, in some way, somehow, throughout our everyday life, we are engaging with people. Some […]

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