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Content On: Evangelism


Ways to Explain the GospelMelanie Newton12/04/2015
Lesson 84: Witnessing To A Hostile World (John 16:1-11)Steven Cole03/02/2015
Lesson 83: What To Expect In The World (John 15:18-27)Steven Cole03/02/2015
Lesson 144: Sharing the Story of the Resurrected Lord (Luke 24:44-49)Daniel Bennett02/27/2015
Lesson 88: Loving the Lost, Part II (Luke 15:1-10)Daniel Bennett02/17/2015
Lesson 87: Loving the Lost, Part I (Luke 15:1-10)Daniel Bennett02/17/2015
Lesson 67: How to Glow in the Dark (Luke 11:33-36)Daniel Bennett02/10/2015
Lesson 57: The Eternal Consequences of Rejecting the Gospel, Part II (Luke 10:10-16)Daniel Bennett02/09/2015
Lesson 56: The Eternal Consequences of Rejecting the Gospel, Part I (Luke 10:10-16)Daniel Bennett02/09/2015
Lesson 55: Compelled by Compassion: Principles for Harvest Ministry, Part II (Luke 10:1-9)Daniel Bennett02/09/2015
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Question & Answers:

Our pastor recently stopped doing an altar-call / invitation at the end of the services. Is this biblical?
I'm only 15, and am a believing Christian... my problem is that I'd like to wear a crucifix around my neck, and I know that most Christians do, anyway, but is this considered idol-worship..?
What was meant by the phrase: “Do the work of an evangelist”?
Would you consider evangelism to be a teaching gift?
Where is the instruction to the church to pursue or pray for a revival?
Can we blame poor evangelism when people’s fail to believe in Christ?
How should we pray for unbelievers since God sovereignly elects people?