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Stay the Course: Keeping a Church Evangelistically Focused after the Launch
Church planting is similar to running a marathon.
for ministry; the third block sets aside 10–15 hours for sermon prep (if you're a lead pastor); and the fourth block sets aside 10–15 hours of relationship building, outreach, evangelism.
30 Day Infusions to Be Better Followers of Christ
30 days and four essential practices
Spend time cheering each other on and challenging each other to be faithful, bold, and strategic in personal and church outreach. What outreach activities can you engage in together?
Rural Matters: Part of God's Plan to Transform Our Communities and Our World
Rural North America needs Jesus.
it makes sense for denominations and networks to focus on cities, where the per capita population can produce the greater return for our investment of outreach and ministry resources.
The Hottest Thing at Church Is Not Your Pastor or Worship Leader
According to Gallup, it’s the sermon.
Preaching on Scripture and its relevance ranked above factors like kids programs (68% of Protestants), community outreach (61%), and social activities (49%).
Church-Planting Shifts, Part Two: From Nominal to Secular
Secularism is replacing nominalism as the religion of the people.
engagement in that commitment. This reality, and its changing numbers, are essential to understand the future of outreach and evangelism. The challenge is
Is Orality Really Effective in Sharing the Gospel?
o·ral·i·ty: the quality of being spoken or verbally communicated
orality training workshops and using orality on mission trips in Asia, Africa, and Central America, a church in the Midwest is now using these methods in their outreach to immigrant
Evangelical Leaders Challenge Trump’s ‘America First’ Budget
Group of 100 prominent Christians worry severe cuts to foreign aid will reverse progress at reducing poverty.
they consider “instrumental in saving lives, safeguarding religious liberties, and keeping America safe and secure.” Because of their involvement with such outreach, they have seen
Stand and Share: My Interview with Outreach Magazine
The Decline of Christian Evangelism … and What We Can Do About It
Dec 12, 2016. evangelism, church planting. Stand and Share: My Interview with Outreach Magazine. Stand and Share: My Interview with Outreach Magazine.
Healing Victims of Human Trafficking: A Long, Slow Road to Transformation
When we give our lives to the service of others, THEY will change US.
streets of Chicago. It was 2011 when I participated in street outreach and met women and girls who were being forced to sell their bodies. It changed
One-on-One with Peyton Jones on "Reaching the Unreached: Becoming Raiders of the Lost Art"
"I think that every believer has this hidden yet reluctant adventurer inside of them."
I think, Wait, I've got a room full of people strategically gifted by the Holy Spirit for such a neighborhood and time as this. You see, when we talk about outreach, people run the other way.
(Im)Possible: One-on-One with Lon Allison about His New Book on Evangelism
Chicagoland pastor encourages believers to Prayer-Care-Share.
Life. Lon serves as Pastor of Teaching and Outreach at Wheaton Bible Church in West Chicago, Illinois. Ed: Lon, why did you write (Im)Possible? Lon
Evangelical Critics: Franklin Graham’s Evangelism Won’t Work in Vancouver
Canadian pastors debate whether Trump baggage will hurt local outreach efforts.
Canadian pastors debate whether Trump baggage will hurt local outreach efforts. Canadian pastors debate whether Trump baggage will hurt local outreach efforts.
The Importance of a Welcoming Church Environment for Newcomers
Church members make newcomers feel like a part of the family.
Many churches have community outreach activities; however, from the descriptions of the previously unchurched, effectiveness is related to providing a welcoming, including
How to Welcome New Neighbors and Invite Them to Church at the Same Time
Invite new neighbors to church!
Feb 10, 2017. welcome, outreach, hospitality. How to Welcome New Neighbors and Invite Them to Church at the Same Time. How to Welcome New Neighbors
Toward a National Renewal of Evangelism through the Local Church in Our Day
Americans are far more open to the gospel than you may imagine
They then keep each other accountable and inspired for personal outreach through an every 30-day check-in, which includes an opportunity to tell stories of spiritual conversations.
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The Church's Three-Part Harmony
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