Articles

Immigrants

By National Association of Evangelism / January 22, 2021 /

Taking the first step! They are here. Internationals are all around us. Have you tried connecting with the people you meet in stores? A young man at the eyeglass center was helping me pick out frames. Seeing him through the eyes of Christ, I looked for a way to turn the conversation the direction I…

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Church People

By National Association of Evangelism / January 22, 2021 /

Outreach can sometimes be a tremendous negative for a church. Now that I have your attention, please let me explain. Perhaps like you, I’ve been a part of churches that focused powerfully on outreach. In essence, we had very little trouble reaching folks and attracting them to our church. The “tremendous negative” came shortly thereafter…

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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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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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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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Going Nowhere

By National Association of Evangelism / January 22, 2021 /

Lisa’s story could have been titled, “Going Nowhere.” Clouds of despair looming over the everyday sameness threatened to destroy any hope for change. Thousands like Lisa are sadly drowning in the sea of despondency created by the dysfunction that defines their world, and their only self-preservation is to say, “Isn’t everybody dysfunctional to some degree?”…

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Our Greatest Privilege by Rick Blumenberg

By National Association of Evangelism / January 22, 2021 /

Often we think of prayer as a duty or responsibility, but it is really life’s greatest privilege. To be able to talk at any time with the God of all creation, the Lord Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit (the three-person trinity who are the one Living God) and to know that we are loved…

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What about the idea that the Arabs and Jews are descendants of Ishmael and Isaac respectively?

By National Association of Evangelism / January 22, 2021 /

What about the idea that the Arabs and Jews are descendants of Ishmael and Isaac respectively? Ruth Lyons On Aug 3 I received the following question on Facebook from a prayer partner:“Ruth, from your ministry there and also your knowledge of the Bible, what do you believe about the idea that the Arabs and Jews…

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