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EVANGELISM THAT FLOWS (p. 22)
Jerry Cline, pastor of Upland (Ind.) Evangelical Mennonite Church, Mark Mittelberg, executive vice president of the Willow Creek Association, and Mike Slaughter, pastor of Ginghamsburg United Methodist Church in Tipp City, Ohio explain how your church can keep its outreach strong when natural forces drain its evangelistic energy.

How do you shift people's attitude from "I should evangelize" to "I want to evangelize"?

Jerry Cline: If I as pastor don't say to others in the church, "Hey, there's something missing here," it's probably not going to happen.

Why do some churches with godly leaders who teach the truth see few people, if any, come to the Lord?

Mike Slaughter: In many churches we can't do things that ...

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