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Evangelism: A Traveler’s Perspective
Evangelism is inviting, encouraging, and inspiring travelers to journey with us to the City of God.
to my room. I returned with my preaching Bible as a gift to our new friend, and we were amazed to witness him decide to follow Jesus. I encouraged him
Love2020: Q&A with Paul Cedar & Kathy Branzell
Love the Lord your God ... Love your neighbor ...
It is a clear call for followers of Jesus to love God with all of our hearts and our neighbors as ourselves. Jesus was not making a mere suggestion when He gave us that invitation.
I’m a Rare Breed: An Elite Chess Player Who’s Open About His Faith
Why I follow Jesus publicly, even when people warn that my career will suffer.
Why I follow Jesus publicly, even when people warn that my career will suffer. Wesley So| August 18, 2017. Why I follow Jesus publicly, even when people warn that my career will suffer.
Radical Devotion
Mark 14:6 (NIV). Mary had eyes for one: Jesus. Her What she cultivated with this man, Jesus, in the quiet and ordinary became her greatest expression. This
Jesus’ Followers: Devoted Friends
Image: Peter Nguyen/Unsplash. Jesus' Followers: Devoted Friends. Luke 24:1–2. The Gospels reveal that a number of women played influential roles in ministry alongside Jesus.
What Really Matters
When Jesus came to Bethany six days before Passover, he walked into the mundane swirl of Mary's world—the roads her calloused and tired feet knew by memory, the place she
Are We Missing the Point of Spiritual Disciplines?Subscriber Access Only
The goal isn't merely getting closer to God, but making a difference in everyday life.
of philosophy and director of The Spirituality and Leadership Institute for Young Leaders at Caldwell University, is eager to show believers what it looks like to follow Jesus on the ground
When He Died Upon the Tree
James Cone's seminal book gives a theological response to the dark history of lynchings in America.
He claims that the cross placed alongside the lynching tree could “help us to see Jesus in America in a new light.” He first engages lynching in the United States from a historical
The BGC Gospel Life Podcast (Ep. 26)
Start each week with this encouragement to show and share the love of Jesus.
The BGC Gospel Life Podcast (Ep. 26). The BGC Gospel Life Podcast (Ep. 26). Start each week with this encouragement to show and share the love of Jesus.
Patriotism and the Church: Is It Too Much to Ask Churches to Be Careful?
Anything that replaces the worship of God is idolatry.
to be addressed. It is our job as pastors to point people to Jesus and highlight idolatry in our lives, in our churches, and in our culture. And, our hearts
One-on-One with Jon Laansma on His New Book on Hebrews
Associate Professor of Ancient Languages and New Testament offers new commentary.
witnessing to these things. In its own way, Hebrews is the keystone in the arch of the New Testament's presentation of Jesus Christ. It has been something
Defending the Accuracy of Scripture, One Coincidence at a Time
How the Bible’s little details can pack a big apologetic punch.
Asked whether it is rational to believe that Jesus rose from the dead, many of us instinctively turn to what is known, in apologetics, as a minimal facts approach.
Missions Sunday: The Missing Key to the Refugee Crisis: Christian Hospitality towards Muslims (Part Two)
A biblical view of hospitality can offer a corrective to the current view of refugees.
|. Mark Cannon. 0; tweet; share; email; print. I've spent decades studying missiology and the life and practice of Christians as they reach our world for Jesus.
A Millennial Anomaly? Why I’m Still In Church
Just because Millennials aren’t at your church doesn’t mean they’ve forsaken church.
Here are the top three reasons I'm staying in church as a Millennial. 1. I'm staying because I love Jesus and Jesus loves the Church, and He isn't finished with us.
Two-Thirds of Americans Admit They Are Sinners
Most agree with Romans 3:23, but disagree on what to do about it.
A third (34%) of Americans say they are sinners and are working on being less sinful, while a quarter (28%) say they are sinners and rely on Jesus to overcome their sin.
After 50 Years in a Wheelchair, I Still Walk with Jesus
On the anniversary of her accident, Joni Eareckson Tada reflects on God’s faithfulness.
After 50 Years in a Wheelchair, I Still Walk with Jesus. One of the first things I read about healing that really helped was from Mark 1. Jesus has been healing all day long.
Missions Sunday: The Missing Key to the Refugee Crisis: Christian Hospitality towards Muslims (Part One)
A biblical view of hospitality can offer a corrective to the current view of refugees.
These interactions provide a biblical model to challenge the current attitudes regarding the refugee crisis. The Calling of Levi: Jesus Invites the Marginalized. Jesus Reveals His Motive.
Being People of Truth in a World of Fake News
Use common sense, desire discernment, and cultivate accountability.
And it just isn't nice to talk about people in ways that are not remotely true. We are people of Jesus. Jesus said that we should do unto others as we would have them do unto us.
The BGC Gospel Life Podcast (Ep. 25)
Start each week with this encouragement to show and share the love of Jesus.
The BGC Gospel Life Podcast (Ep. 25). The BGC Gospel Life Podcast (Ep. 25). Start each week with this encouragement to show and share the love of Jesus.
Dealing with Rejection: How to Move Past the "No, Thanks" to Continue Sharing the Gospel
God tends to our hurting hearts.
I can't help but think that God feels the same way when believers share our “treasured” truth of Jesus' love with others, and sometimes it doesn't return to us in the same way.
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Are Evangelicals Donating Too Directly to Missions?
Are Evangelicals Donating Too Directly to Missions?
When helping hurts the professional helpers.
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