Be Unashamed – T4G 2014
Apr15

Be Unashamed – T4G 2014

I had the joy of attending last week’s Together for the Gospel conference. I could (and no doubt at some point should) list a series of personal blessings from the conference, but in this post, I want to merely encourage you to engage in some of the content for yourself. Below are a few of the moments of the week I found deeply encouraging. The Testimonies This is one of several. You should watch them all. Two Marriages from...

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Mid-Week Minutes 12.14.11
Dec14

Mid-Week Minutes 12.14.11

Resources for Evangelism What Could We Share - pdf of suggested topics and verses The Gospel and Personal Evangelism - Mark Dever What Is the Gospel - Greg Gilbert The Gospel According to Jesus - John...

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Mid-Week Minutes 12.7.11
Dec07

Mid-Week Minutes 12.7.11

Evangelism and the Sovereignty of God, J. I....

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50 Year Evangelism
Dec01

50 Year Evangelism

Here’s a great and encouraging video of John MacArthur describing his recent opportunity to see his football coach from 50 years ago come to Christ. What do you think about MacArthur’s approach? John MacArthur – Study Video from Together for the Gospel (T4G) on Vimeo. HT: Together for the...

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The Gospel Old and New
Nov24

The Gospel Old and New

I just finished reading Kevin DeYoung’s latest blog-post, “The Gospel Old and New.” Excellent. Well said. It fueled my heart’s passion for the heart of the gospel in light of the emerging competitors. Here’s the opening: Have you heard the New Gospel?  It”™s not been codified. It”™s not owned by any one person or movement.  But it is increasingly common. The New Gospel generally has four parts...

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Effective (and painful) Evangelism
Mar06

Effective (and painful) Evangelism

While I should be sleeping, or at a minimum, posting something edifying from the Shepherds’ Conference, I am actually going to do neither at the moment.  Well, it was last night after the conference that two of our interns proposed our church look into a new means of increasing the evangelistic effectiveness and passion of our people.  Their suggested tool:  The Evangelism Linebacker.  We plan to begin this Sunday.  I...

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On Evangelism: From an Atheist

Good word here from an Atheist on the importance and seriousness of evangelism. HT:  Pyromaniacs more about “On Evangelism: From an Atheist“, posted with...

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Ed Stetzer on Multicultural Churches

Ed Stetzer notes that multi-ethnic is not necessarily the same thing as multi-cultural.  Stetzer blazes through (wow he talks fast) issues related to being a truly multi-cultural church. Question, if you are in fact reaching the people in the community of which your local church resides (whether it is multi-ethnic or not), are you a single-cultural church and is that then bad?  I’m going to watch the video again to focus on how...

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Video: Mark Dever Interviewed By Ed Stetzer

This is a great video interview with Mark Dever.  Thank God for him.  He spoke so very clearly and kept the Gospel at the center of the conversation and did it in such a way that any offense would be the content of his message rather than his personality.  Ed Stetzer did an excellent job in the interview.  This being my first time to really hear Stetzer, I have a greater appreciation for him. You need to watch these two videos –...

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Marks of An Evangelistic Pastor

Are you an evangelistic pastor (that is if you are in fact a pastor)?   Here’s a few statistics worth thinking through. Planting with...

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