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Training the Congregation in Faith Sharing

Training the Congregation in Faith Sharing Wayne Zunkel A first grader was talking about the recent fire in his school. “I knew it was going to happen,” he said. “We had been practicing for it all year.” A Swedish study some years ago traced war preparation across recorded history and discovered that nations that prepared […]

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The Business of Soulwinning

The Business of Soulwinning By Donnie Periodem Introduction There is a business which is unquestionably the most successful not for profit organization in the history of man, and even before then. In recent times its profile has dropped considerably and its growth in certain of its geographical target areas has slowed significantly. How, you may […]

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Winning the World…At What Cost?

Winning the World…At What Cost? David A. Huston This paper is presented to reveal the self-centered motivation that underlies much of the current effort to “reach the world for Jesus.” And I will not be burdensome to you; for I do not seek yours, but you. For the children ought not to lay up for the […]

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May I Pray With You?

MAY I PRAY WITH YOU? BY ROGER C. PALMS George* was dying and he knew it. Two nurses, both trained in HIV/AIDS and both believers, took his hands in theirs and asked, “May we pray with you?” He was ready. “Yes,” he said with the little breath he had remaining. All around us are opportunities […]

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How Could Anyone Believe ?

HOW COULD ANYONE BELIEVE. . .? D. L. Cranfield Common Ground seeks to encourage believers to develop areas of common interest with those who have not experienced salvation through Christ. While dining at a restaurant with some coworkers, someone begins to criticize Christianity. It’s founded on myths and legends, he says. Just look at some […]

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Reaching a Generation Who Does not Believe in Absolute Truth

REACHING A GENERATION WHO DOES NOT BELIEVE IN ABSOLUTE TRUTH BY DANNY W. DAVIS The wise king Solomon wrote, “Buy the truth and sell it not” (Proverbs 23:23). Solomon understood that truth is invaluable and should never be compromised. However, in our modern society and culture we are experiencing a massive shift toward the selling […]

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The Right Time

The Right Time Randy G. Keyes It is time to seize the moment. Pick up the phone, knock on some doors, and talk to someone at work or at the store about the life-changing gospel of Jesus Christ. It is easier now to win someone to God than ever in our lifetime. Right now anyone […]

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Approach to Evangelism

Approach to Evangelism Unknown For God so loved the unsaved, that He sent Christians to evangelize them. To most observers, evangelism is simple and straightforward; yet great controversy swirls around soulwinning. Some Christians go house-to-house attempting to win souls to Christ, yet other Christians criticize them. Some Christian magazines will not print the term soulwinning […]

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Have You Been Fishing Lately?

HAVE YOU BEEN FISHING LATELY? BY SIS. BETTY ATCHISON SPENCER Peter and Andrew were fishermen who knew how to catch fish. Let us consider ways they may have used to catch fish that might be used by “fishers of men.” 1. Fishermen are very careful to take care of their fishing rods, nets, lures and […]

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How to Influence Your World

HOW TO INFLUENCE YOUR WORLD BY DICK STAUB Christians respond to today’s culture in a variety of ways. Some withdraw into a protective cocoon, circling the wagons to keep the “good guys” in and the “bad guys” out. Other Christians are combative with culture, often justifying their hostile “us vs. them” attitudes and vocabulary as […]

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