Tag Archives: Evangelism

An Evangelistic Tool

Below is a brief video that Justin Taylor posted on his blog today. It is an evangelism tool that offers a quick and helpful summary of the Gospel. Perhaps this would be a helpful tool for some of you to … Continue reading

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Offer the Father’s Riches

Recently I was traveling out-of-state with my dad. On our return home, we had stopped for gas (as well as hushpuppies and milkshakes if I’m recalling correctly). While I was pumping the gas a man approached me and told me … Continue reading

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We Have An Announcement

We, at Redeemer, believe and often say; “The Gospel is the greatest news of all.” When Jesus began His earthly ministry He proclaimed the good news (gospel) of the Kingdom and called for a response of repentance and belief (Mark … Continue reading

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Cross the “Painline”

In the opening chapter of his book, Honest Evangelism, Rico Tice discusses two themes, hostility and hunger. On hostility he writes: There may not be persecution, but we’re in a culture of growing hostility to Christianity. It’s not just apathy … Continue reading

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How Should We Respond?

As we began our study of Ecclesiastes on Sunday we saw that the Preacher provides a gut-level honest assessment of life after Genesis 3. He proclaims that all of our work (toil) to gain anything under the sun post-fall is … Continue reading

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The Witness of the Church

In his book, Is God Anti-Gay? Sam Allberry wrote: Key to our witness and credibility on this (or any) issue is the quality of our life together, and the clarity of our message. We need to be clear on the … Continue reading

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Whitefield’s Fiery Furnace

A couple of weeks ago I read Steve Lawson’s book, The Evangelistic Zeal of George Whitefield from the Long Line of Godly Men series. Until this point I hadn’t really read anything about Whitefield, but this book served as a … Continue reading

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Discipleship Reading

Recently, Mark Dever suggested five short books to read with a new believer for the purpose of discipleship. He later added two more for a total of 7 or 8 (yes, I’m terrible at math, but it should make sense … Continue reading

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Gospel Tool

Today we made “Two Ways to Live” available at our resource table. The booklet is a great tool to be used in sharing the Gospel with others or can be used as a follow-up to a Gospel conversation. Below is … Continue reading

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Evangelism and the book of Exodus

Since we are currently teaching through the book of Exodus on Sunday mornings and emphasizing Evangelism in other discussions, I thought the following sermon from Mark Dever on Evangelism and the book Exodus would be helpful. Join me in praying … Continue reading

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