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A Friendly Reminder: “Come To Jesus” Is More Important Than “Come To Our Church”
We have become so used to tethering evangelism to our church’s programming and attendance that we can forget they're not the same thing.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
We have become so used to tethering evangelism to our church's programming and attendance that we can forget they're not the same thing. Church
Backyard BBQ Evangelism: A New, True Parable Of Outside-The-Church-Walls Ministry
Don't force people to do ministry your way. Help them with the ministry they're already passionate about.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Church & CultureJuly 31, 2017. Backyard BBQ Evangelism: A New, True Parable Of Outside-The-Church-Walls Ministry Especially when it comes to evangelism and outreach.
The World Isn’t Looking For a Bigger Church, They Want A Better Church
What people really want from the church are the characteristics the New Testament has always told us the church is supposed to be about.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
What people really want from the church are the characteristics the New Testament has always told us the church is supposed to be about.
Want Real Church Growth? Don’t Fill Your Building, Empty It
Churches emptying out into their community to share the good news is a greater sign of effective ministry than an increase in church attendance will ever be.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Churches emptying out into their community to share the good news is a greater sign of effective ministry than an increase in church attendance will e...
Outreach and Evangelism: What Works Today?
When traditional outreach misses the audience and "evangelism" becomes a dirty word, how can we share the Good News?
Outreach and Evangelism: What Works Today? When traditional outreach misses the audience and "evangelism" becomes a dirty word, how can we share the Good News?
The Importance Of Doing lowercase ministry In An ALL CAPS World
We can be loud, or we can be heard. But we can seldom do both.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
We can be loud, or we can be heard. But we can seldom do both.
How to Figure Out Your Calling
Amy Orr-Ewing says it takes a combination of being proactive and listening for God’s leading.
WomenLeaders.com - Article
She writes books, teaches and trains in evangelism, and co-leads a unique and growing church. While she wears many hats, she is anchored by a central
Helen Mitchell: Excellence as Evangelism
Our first form of evangelism is work.
Helen Mitchell: Excellence as Evangelism. Our first form of evangelism is work. Using Matthew, Helen suggests that our first form of evangelism is in the marketplace.
No, I Don’t Want to 'Shut Down an Atheist in 15 Seconds Flat!'
We need to stop celebrating the Christian shut-down expert. Jesus gave us a better way.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Jesus gave us a better way. One Of The Worst Evangelism Tactics Ever. It's also a bad way to make a valid argument. And it's one of the least effective evangelism tactics ever.
9 Common Social Media Tactics That Never Draw Anyone Closer To Jesus
For most, maybe all of these tactics, I can see the good motive behind it. But good intentions are not enough.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
For most, maybe all of these tactics, I can see the good motive behind it. But good intentions are not enough.
Billy Graham’s Altar Calls Were More Than Moments of Decision
For the late evangelist, the time after the sermon was about getting people into church.
The late Baptist evangelist and scholar Lewis Drummond argued in The Canvas Cathedral that Graham had a broad understanding of evangelism. He
Insuring Board Members • Evaluating Programs • Expressing Gratitude: Management Roundup
Trends, tips, ideas, and stats to help church leaders manage well this week.
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Is this ministry designed to exalt Christ (worship)? Is it designed to reach out to the community (evangelism)? Is it designed to deepen relationships within the church (fellowship)?
Time, Not Money, Is The New Church Commitment Currency
Church giving patterns are changing. Here are 5 ways to get our churches ready for that reality.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
But during that season every other indicator has shown that we've been growing healthier. Attendance is up, involvement is up, fellowship is up, evangelism is up, discipleship is up.
I Discipled a Murderer
When people don't change, are our efforts in vain?
I Discipled a Murderer. When people don't change, are our efforts in vain? Carmille Akande. 0; tweet; link. share; share. expand: email; print. Image: Benedetto Cristofani.
Walking in Billy’s Shoes
John Ortberg offers 6 lessons evangelical organizations can learn from Billy Graham and his team.
Hun and swimming with sharks and whatever CEO has not yet capitulated to the scandal du jour, it is ironic that a preacher who fled organizational leadership for evangelism early in
Tales from a ‘Billy Graham Kid’
From my earliest days, Mr. Graham shaped my life and my calling.
had on their lives. There is a healthy critique we can offer of the mass evangelism movement. Yet, there is a lot we can honor. Furthermore, I've wrestled
No, Our Church Doesn't Sing New Music to Appeal to Nonbelievers
Our church's song list is not an evangelism tool. It's meant to glorify God and involve the saints in worship.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
Our church's song list is not an evangelism tool. It's meant to glorify God and involve the saints in worship. Our church's song list is not an evangelism tool.
Share the Load in Your Small Congregation
Are you the only pastor on staff? You don’t have to bear the burden alone.
The leadership would have a way of maintaining regular contact with everyone in the congregation, and I could focus on preaching, evangelism, administration, benevolence, hospital
Yes, Our Church Still Calls It Easter – Here Are 5 Reasons Why
The word "Easter" is commonly believed to have pagan roots, but many scholars are making some strong arguments that this may not be so.
Pivot: A Blog by Karl Vaters - Article
The word "Easter" is commonly believed to have pagan roots, but many scholars are making some strong arguments that this may not be so.
5 Creative Alternatives to Trunk-or-Treat
Don’t be scared of Halloween. Seize the (holi) day!
Wayne Cordova, pastor of ministry at Crosspoint Church, in Spring Hill, Florida, has experimented with the concept of servant evangelism for the past decade.
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