Articles for Outreach & Missions

Articles for Outreach & Missions

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3 Key Roles in Evangelism

Larry Moyer dissects the three roles involved in evangelism: the believer, the non-believer, and God.

The Cost of Outreach

Rick Warren encourages leaders to ask the right question about evangelism.

Tapping Into the Invisible Side of Outreach

"Throughout Scripture, you see this link between sincere, believing prayer and God’s power," says Jim Cymbala.

Mormon Church Continues to Grow and Expand

The USA Today reported on the expansion of the Mormon Church as announced at their semi-annual General Conference in Utah.

Attractive Excellence for the Unchurched

Lee Strobel: "Excellence is our effort to do everything heartily as unto the Lord."

Should I Plant a Church?

If you’re not that guy–listen to me–you’re not a failure.

We Do Not Serve Volunteers!

Esther Rennick provides insight to help recognize and avoid volunteer burnout.

Why You Should Stop Praying

The greatest thing anyone can do for God or man is pray. ~S.D. Gordon

10 Things You Need To Know About Unchurched People

Kem Meyer discusses what leaders should know about unbelievers.

The Local Church vs. the Local Bar

Analogous comparison of the local church to the local bar

The Great Leadership Do-Over

“If you could, would you go back and do anything differently?"

Religion Becoming Extinct in Some Countries?

A new study says nine different countries around the world are "losing their religion."

Church Will Give Away $1,000 on Easter

An Ohio church will draw names to receive $1,000 to encourage attendance at their Easter service.

100 Three-Word Posts for Online Outreach

100 ways to minister to others in three simple words.

The Church Has a Blind Side

Blockbuster movie The Blind Side provides a great illustration of how the church can live out its calling.

But There Are Lost People in America…

Here, we are needed. Over there, we are irreplaceable.

John Burke: Taste and See Evangelism

What if we changed our approach to outreach so that it mirrored the pattern Jesus often demonstrated?

Should Christians be Rich?

How should Christians handle wealth, money, and shiny things?

The Young Leaders Dilemma

Raising up a new generation of leaders, raises a new set of challenges.

Where's the Other Half of the Gospel?

Brenda Salter McNeil: Christians should be mad that they only got one half of the Gospel.

Latest News

$1.9 M Raised for Burned Louisiana Churches After Notre Dame Fire

No one ever wants to experience a church fire, whether in France or Louisiana, but some good has emerged from tragedy. When influencers on Twitter encouraged followers to donate to three churches in Louisiana that were recently targeted by an arsonist, the result was a dramatic spike in donations.

New Podcasts

Kara Powell: Teens Want Faith, Not Church

Kara Powell of the Fuller Youth Institute addresses parents' concerns over teens leaving the church. Powell says what may seem like a teen turning from faith may actually be a young person turning from forms of church that make sense to the parent, but not the child.