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The Trouble with Small Towns

By National Association of Evangelism / January 22, 2021 /

I have to confess I wasn’t born in a small town, and I haven’t always lived in small towns. My graduating high school (grades 9-12) had over 2,000 kids in the building for example. But the biggest city I ever lived in was Houston, Texas with its 1.9 million people. That’s 3,372 for every square…

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Thoughts on Personal Evangelism

By National Association of Evangelism / January 22, 2021 /

I was led to Christ by the personal witnessing of some fellows of the Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship Chapter of the University of Nebraska in 1953. But not like you may think. It was fall, football time. I had been attending the IVCF meetings trying to pose as a Christian but knowing I was not. So…

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So you are a new Christian now what do you do?

By National Association of Evangelism / January 22, 2021 /

Try these seven tips: 1. Read the Bible: There are many ways to get close to God but one way that I expect to excel is through reading the Bible. The Bible reveals the Trinity to us. The Bible also answers many questions such as:What is the purpose to life? Where did I come from? How can…

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Simple Ideas to Share the Good News

By National Association of Evangelism / January 22, 2021 /

Sharing the good news of Jesus Christ can be accomplished in a variety of ways. Take time to study up on the latest techniques from these websites. Creation EvangelismEvolutionism is leaving a path of destruction. Be prepared to give an answer for the hope you have. The evidence for creation covers the subjects of science,…

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Answers to Hard Questions

By National Association of Evangelism / January 22, 2021 /

How do I tell others about Jesus when so many people have really good explanations that contradict my faith? Below are some simple links that can connect you with the right answers to some tough questions. Questions about God: If I can’t see God, why should I believe in Him? How can I know that…

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Cannot Be Without

By National Association of Evangelism / January 22, 2021 /

By Woody Wilson – Pastor, Author, Speaker. It’s the one thing a person CAN’T afford to be without.The wealthy must have it as well as the poor. The educated must have it as well as the uneducated. Small people need it as do large ones. Adults must have it as well as youth. And, the…

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HOSPICE – Evangelism Beyond our Four Walls

By National Association of Evangelism / January 22, 2021 /

By Donna Bevels, Pastor/Chaplain All around us are hurting people, in need of a touch of God’s grace upon their lives. We are called to work in His harvest fields. Hospice is one area where we can reach out and touch lives with the news that God still “heals the broken hearted and binds up…

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Their Cause is Noble!

By National Association of Evangelism / January 22, 2021 /

We must not forget his or her service. Have you honored a veteran by going out of your way to say “thank you?” Their sacrifices must be remembered! Veterans Day is a United States holiday observed annually in honor all those, living and dead, who served in the U.S. armed forces in wartime. Armistice Day,…

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Between Teenagers

By National Association of Evangelism / January 22, 2021 /

When we speak of evangelism in a cross-cultural setting, we often are referring to people of a different nationality or major cultural or religious subgroup. Rarely do we think of a group of people that generate from the same ethnic back ground and social class as our own. But in today’s world, the modern teenager,…

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Gravitate to Success

By National Association of Evangelism / January 22, 2021 /

Have you ever noticed that people gravitate to success? They love being involved with anything that’s successful. Involvement is among the keys to any successful venture, big or small. When there is enormous involvement, great things unusually happen. There can’t be too much involvement. It means taking part, participate, commit. Sacrifices play a huge part,…

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