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Boldly Seeking Jesus
Image: Oonal/iStock. Boldly Seeking Jesus. Ruth Everhart. Today's Verse. Mark 5:33–34. View in context. Her arm stretched through the crowd, hoping to touch Jesus' cloak.
The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly: What Does Evangelism Look Like in Your Day-to-Day Life?
As you go, wherever you go, make disciples of all people.
lifestyle. We are, as my friend Walter McCray has written, “Gospelizers”—people who have been radicalized by the good news in and from Jesus the Christ.
The “E” Word: Why Many Avoid It, and How We Can Reimagine It
Part One in a new series.
pixabay. 0; tweet; share; email; print. This is the first in a four-part series on evangelism and why it's past time we seek to develop a lifestyle which embraces telling others about Jesus as
She Persisted
“One day Jesus told his disciples a story to show that they should always pray and never give up. Sometimes Scripture is so familiar that we miss how outrageous Jesus can be.
The Skeptical State of Bible Reading in 2017
Two surveys examine who studies Scripture, who doesn't, and why.
More than 3 in 10 knew that Jesus was betrayed by Peter (36% of antagonists vs. 30% of skeptics); even more knew Mary Magdalene was the first to
Modeling the Ministry Success of Jesus
Why do we expect to be welcomed and cheered in our communities?
Modeling the Ministry Success of Jesus. Modeling the Ministry Success of Jesus. Another time Jesus went into the synagogue, and a man with a shriveled hand was there.
Open Your Home to the Homeless, Even When It Makes You Uncomfortable
Welcoming the stranger carries real risks. But hospitality is a New Testament expectation.
I had succumbed to what one researcher called “mean world syndrome.” As Scott Bader-Saye describes in his book Following Jesus in a Culture of Fear, research on television
Cease Squirming and Know That I Am God: Why Don’t We Share the Gospel?
We share the gospel because men and women need to know they are loved by God.
Why be concerned with this tendency to squirm rather than share Jesus with the world? This is why we tell people about Jesus. We long for others to know of His love and forgiveness.
Jesus Died to Redeem Our Sleep
How our sinful struggle with sleep became a righteous rest.
Jesus Died to Redeem Our Sleep. How our sinful struggle with sleep became a righteous rest. Chad Ashby| April 13, 2017. Jesus Died to Redeem Our Sleep.
Why Don’t the Gospel Writers Tell the Same Story?Subscriber Access Only
New Testament scholar and apologist Michael Licona’s new book argues that ancient literary devices are the answer—and that’s a good thing for Christians.
That led him to explore the evidence for the resurrection of Jesus in his PhD work, and to engage in public debates with leading skeptics and atheists.
Rural Matters: Part of God's Plan to Transform Our Communities and Our World
Rural North America needs Jesus.
World. Rural North America needs Jesus. suburbs. Rural America, whether white or black or other, is a critical part of God's plan to see our world reached for Jesus.
Woman, Why Are You Crying?
Liz Curtis Higgs. Today's Verse. Powered by the New Living Translation. “'Dear woman, why are you crying?' Jesus asked her. 'Who are you looking for?'. 'Mary!' Jesus said.
Jesus Didn’t Eat a Seder Meal
Why Christians shouldn't either.
Jesus Didn't Eat a Seder Meal. Why Christians shouldn't either. Yehiel Poupko and David Sandmel| April 6, 2017. Jesus Didn't Eat a Seder Meal. Image: Shutterstock.
‘Bible Answer Man’ Converts to Orthodoxy
CRI’s Hank Hanegraaff joined the Greek Orthodox Church on Palm Sunday.
On the flight back, Hanegraaff wondered if he was even a Christian. “I was comparing my ability to communicate truth with their deep and abiding love for the Lord Jesus Christ.”.
Uniting a Violence-Plagued City in Prayer
Neither death threats nor tepid response discouraged two pastors from praying over every murder site in their city for years.
Fr. David Engbarth, a Jesus-loving man deeply influenced by the charismatic movement sweeping through the Catholic Church. Engbarth's St. Nicholas
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On Immigration, Welcoming the Stranger Is Only One Piece of the Puzzle
On Immigration, Welcoming the Stranger Is Only One Piece of the Puzzle
Why Christians should support reforms that recognize both the dignity of immigrants and the rule of law.
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