Category Archives: Missions / Evangelism
Why Alvin Reid wants believers to recapture the sense of Christianity as a movement of gospel advance.
How do oppressed Christians threaten a totalitarian oppressor? By claiming to be free, no matter what.
In celebration of the centennial anniversary of Roland Allen’s “Missionary Methods,” a group of well-regarded evangelical scholars have come together to assess the ongoing relevance of Allen’s proposal today, as well as other features of Paul’s mission work that deserve exploration.
Roland Allen’s “Missionary Methods: St. Paul’s or Ours?” first appeared in 1912 and is recommended more highly a century after its initial publication than when it was released.
On a regular basis, people call this church and ask the pastor if they are “welcoming.” The conversation usually goes like this…
Last month, I was invited to speak twice at The Fellowship of Two Rivers, a church in Nashville. The sermons were part of a series about developing a posture of openness toward those who need Christ.
I’ve long suspected that there are other benefits to knowing more than one language. The article in TIME interprets the most recent science to show some surprising results.
New Christians continue to discover new depths in the Scriptures. It is not enough to simply repeat what others have taught, we must own it for ourselves.
Relationships are more likely preserved when people on both sides recognize the different ways that people go about managing and resolving conflict.
Is it possible to do acts of mercy in your local Jerusalem with a tiny band of volunteers? Surprisingly, it is. Here are six tips for small church outreach: