Tragedy has a way of making God relevant. And at the finish line of the Boston Marathon, it took only seconds.
Tag Archives: Evangelism
We who have the greatest message in the world—the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ—ought to be the clearest and most compelling communicators.
How can your church cultivate a robust culture of discipling, of evangelism, of mutual care and hospitality?
It is not enough to understand Catholic doctrine; we must also pause to consider assumptions, priorities, attitudes, fears, and common commitments.
I went to the missions field earnestly hoping to help those who were poor in spirit, but what was I to do when the so-called poor felt so rich?
What will be attractive to a lost world is the gospel we proclaim and the distinctive community life it creates.
To worship Jesus rightly you must worship him exclusively.
Look beyond the "Christian" facade and the statistics that tell you Greece is already "reached," and you will see a slow, steady, powerful work of the Spirit.
A nativity play begins with smiles and carols. The real Christmas began with scandal, shame, and shock.
Generalizing about a group of people tells me nothing about the specifics of my neighbor.