Tag Archives: Evangelism

Jesus’ Purpose for Sending the Disciples Out Empty-Handed

Part VII of our series on Opening Your Home On Monday we talked about a gospel reality that has been almost completely lost to the church today, namely: Biblically, our reception of the message of the gospel and our reception … Continue reading

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Forgiving and Reconciling, Part I: Why We Ought to Look Forward to the Judgment of God Like Kids Look Forward to Christmas

THE JUDGMENT OF GOD. It sounds like an ominous topic, doesn’t it? Something we should hope we never face. Something that we’re fortunate that Jesus saves us from. But wait a minute—it’s not the judgment of God that Christians should … Continue reading

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Seven Ways We Can Improve Our Proclamation Of The Gospel, Part VII: Remember That The Goal Is Kingdom, Not Heaven And Resurrection Of The Body, Not Immortality Of The Soul

I really want to recommend Russell Moore’s book, The Kingdom of Christ: The New Evangelical Perspective. Moore is the Dean of the School of Theology at Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, and he uses a scholarly hammer to drive home the … Continue reading

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