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Tag Archives: evangelism

Love People

When Results Oriented Evangelism Isn’t Enough. For this essay, results-oriented evangelism is defined as the efforts a church or group of Christians make to get …

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Evangelism Today

A friend of mine once pastored a dying church that was passionate about literature distribution, satellite evangelism, prayer, and health seminars. The only problem is …

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Evangelism Now

to depict church and evangelism during Covid-19

Evangelism is a threat to the status quo! It represents an individual and corporate effort to neutralize evil by introducing hope into an otherwise hopeless …

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Friendship Month campaign

Imagine implementing a dynamic initiative that could potentially bring visitors to your church in a large way. We interviewed Judi Paliungas about a new resource …

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Journeys

Ministry Reflections From the Seat of a Bike¬† Journeys is a duet of sorts. The author, Pastor Marvin Wray, takes readers on a 11,393 mile …

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Fiddletown Faith

Everyone has a story, and each one is different. From birth onward we individually encounter a mix of people, circumstances and challenges that make our …

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