Category Archives: Missions / Evangelism
Greg Laurie and Luis Palau are exceptions to the rule, but evangelistic meetings and revival services are in the past. Right? Jake Hanson says, “Not so fast.”
What if the subconscious reason for abandoning faith is the rugged appeal of rationalism – the fierce facing of reality, however stark the picture may be?
Here’s 1-minute video of Oradea, Romania’s most beautiful buildings.
Church history is a treasure box, not a map. We don’t honor our forbearers by seeking to return to their times; we honor them by receiving their wisdom and learning from their victories and failures.
Our missional engagement will suffer if we see ourselves in a battle between “religion” and “secularity.”
Many evangelicals probably think of Moody primarily as an evangelist. Kevin Belmonte shows how he was also an innovative educator.
Audio from Ed Stetzer, Trevin Wax, Frank Page, and David Platt’s conversation about Calvinism, with some personal reflections.
Missional churches are not just “outward focused.” The biblical position is more robust (and beautiful) than the inward / outward dichotomy.
Don’t miss the power of personal testimonies. Just make sure they undergird and support the clear gospel message and don’t somehow replace it.
A summary of Robert Wuthnow’s “After the Baby Boomers” and some thoughts on how we can apply his insights in our outreach to post-Boomers and Millennials.