Tag Archives: evangelism

People need the Lord

I just saw a sign for a 1980s party. Yikes. A ‘60s party I can stomach (saddle shoes, bobby socks and Elvis). I can stretch to accommodate a ‘70s party (hippie beads, bell bottoms and CSN&Y). But an ‘80s party? … Continue reading

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What God’s up to

Chuck Smith, pastor of Calvary Chapel, Costa Mesa, California, and founder of the Calvary Chapel movement now consisting of over 1,600 churches world wide, died yesterday of complications related to lung cancer. He was 86. Known to most people as … Continue reading

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Life on life

Ministry – including evangelism — is people touching people – life on life. It is not just disseminating information. You can do that with a piece of paper or a book or a website. It is faith working itself out … Continue reading

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Make someone’s day

Here are some questions to mull over and then hopefully do something about. How are we as Christians making the world a better place for people who aren’t Christians to live in? Are we improving the lives of those around … Continue reading

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Soul on ice

I’ll always remember Chandler’s first fish. He was barely Kindergarten age and we had ended up with an empty campsite all to ourselves — an all-around great experience that included catching his first fish. It was a nice fat rainbow … Continue reading

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The undeniable power of who you are

I sat next to a Jewish woman once at a public school function and when she found out I was a Christian, she had a question all ready for me. “Maybe you can explain this,” she said. “A young man … Continue reading

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So many stories! So little time!

Every face has a story. As a child growing up in the evangelical fundamental movement, there was an important aspect to the Christian life that was a big part of our faith — at least, it was supposed to be. … Continue reading

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