Articles for Outreach & Missions

Articles for Outreach & Missions

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Can Jesus & Darwin Co-Exist?

A new series of webinars explore "evolutionary Christianity."

Outreach: Why Won't My Family Listen?

Witnessing to relatives can be the biggest struggle we have. Larry Moyer offers some encouragement.

Is Your Organization Gospel-Driven?

Author James Tonkowich clarifies what a gospel-driven organization looks like.

America, Christmas, and Jesus

Ed Stetzer responds to a recent study on how Americans celebrate Christmas.

Determining Spending on Evangelism

Do evangelism strategies cost too much?

The Need for Evangelism

"Talking with non-Christians about evangelism is one of the best ways to learn how to do evangelism."

Jars of Clay Completes 1,000 Wells Project

700,000 people in Africa now have clean water because of the efforts of the Christian rock band Jars of Clay.

How Far Can We Trust the Bible?

God commands us to not only preach the gospel but also "to contend for the faith."

4 Barriers to Healthy Church Growth

Does your church have an “if we schedule it, will they come” mentality?

Philip Yancey: "What Good is God?"

Evangelical author Philip Yancey, in his new book, uses his personal trials and the trials of others to find God.

TV Special Features "Hooker for Jesus"

A former prostitute is reaching callgirls for Christ on the streets of Las Vegas.

Seminary Leader: "Jesus Has AIDS"

Russell Moore asks readers to consider "the cries of the curse."

Dropping Dollar-Value Impacting Missions

The depreciating worth of the American dollar is making missions work more and more difficult.

Q&A with Joshua Harris

"A challenge for me personally is not focusing on the numbers," says Harris.

Church Planters Who Succeed

How do you measure a successful church plant? Dave Earley offers some insight.

Skin to Skin: Donte and Stephanie's Story

Jud Wilhite shares the faith story of two exotic dancers from Vegas.

Outreach Facelifts

Churches are discovering that making strategic changes to their image also enhances outreach.

A Relationship-Based Internet Strategy

Language and relationship are some of the most important keys to any successful ministry strategy.

Prayer Needed: Haiti Cholera Deaths Growing

Epidemiologists fear the cholera outbreak in Haiti may continue to grow because of living conditions there.

Seattle Harvest Draws More Than 39,000

Some 4,225 Make Decisions of Faith During Three-Night Event Featuring Pastor & Evangelist Greg Laurie.
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Pastor Helps Rescue Girl: ‘God literally led us’ to Her

A pastor who helped to rescue an eight-year-old girl kidnapped in Fort Worth, Texas, on Saturday says that he is no hero, but that God did use him. Pastor Jeff King believes that, after several hours of searching, God led him and his friend to the hotel where the girl’s assailant was keeping her.

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Anthony Thompson: What Happened When I Forgave My Wife’s Murderer

The Emanuel AME church shooting cut short the lives of nine people. Rev. Anthony Thompson lost his wife, Myra. He was also the first to publicly offer the shooter, Dylann Roof, forgiveness.