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What About That Who Have Never Heard? posted by John Sorensen on Dec, 11


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When sharing your faith, has someone ever said, “But what about those who have never heard?” Continue reading

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Joey, the Church Visitor posted by John Sorensen on Dec, 7


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Does your church encourage members and visitors to fill out a church attendance form on Sunday morning?  What do you do with them? Continue reading

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Strangers vs. Family & Friends posted by John Sorensen on Dec, 6


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Do you struggle sharing the Gospel with strangers?  What about with family and friends? Continue reading

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Witnessing Ideas at Christmas posted by John Sorensen on Dec, 4


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Did you know, research shows that more than 80% of non-Christians celebrate Christmas? Continue reading

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Anchors Away posted by John Sorensen on Dec, 4


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Are you a cruise ship Christian or a battleship Christian? Continue reading

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Commitment Question posted by John Sorensen on Dec, 1


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For many of us, it’s easy to talk to people about spiritual things but much more difficult to reach a point of decision and then to ask, “Would you like to receive this free gift of eternal life?” Continue reading

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Evangelism is Like Flying a Plane posted by jwatson on Nov, 30


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I like to compare evangelism to learning how to fly a plane. Continue reading

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Salvation is of the Lord posted by John Sorensen on Nov, 29


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The essence of the evangelical faith is this:  Salvation is of the Lord. Continue reading

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Prayer posted by John Sorensen on Nov, 28


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God’s desire is that new believers grow in their faith. One key element to spiritual growth is prayer. Continue reading

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Five Means of Growth posted by John Sorensen on Nov, 27


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God wants new believers to grow in their faith.  And we should want that too. Continue reading