Category Archives: Evangelism

Journey of Grace and More about Bell

I wanted to share a few articles that captured my attention recently. I really wanted to share these last week, but other things demanded my time. First, Marvin Olasky of World Magazine has a really incredible Q&A with author Rosaria … Continue reading

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William Carey and thoughts about joy

Originally posted on A Twisted Crown of Thorns ®:
William Carey, the father of modern world missions, was born into a poor family in Northampton, England in 1761. He had no formal education but taught himself to read and write and…

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“You Must Be Born Again …”

Last night I returned from a visit with my folks (and brother) in upstate New York. I had intended to visit First Baptist Church of Johnson City to hear Pastor Murphy preach, but after staying up late playing cards and … Continue reading

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Why Haven’t We Reached the “Unchurched”?

This was published a few days ago at Christian Post, but I only saw it last night. It’s an insightful list of “10 Reasons We Have Not Reached the Unchurched” written by Thom S. Rainier.

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