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The Church and Its Youth
The Church Intentionally Evangelizing to De-churched, Millennial Families Through the Use of Their Preschool to Make the Family Lifelong Members.
There is a phenomenon occurring in Wisconsin Evangelical Lutheran Synod preschools. Millennial parents who have a church background, but are not currently actively involved in a church, are enrolling their young children ...
When to Tell Them about Jesus: Exploring How Scripture, Communication Theories, and Modern Day Methods Inform the Christian Evangelist
Christians know what they are supposed to do: Witness to unbelievers. Christians know whom they are supposed to speak about: Jesus. The Great Commission makes their mission and message clear. What is not so clear to ...
The Goal of Evangelism: an Opportunity to Share the Gospel
Evangelism has taken on many definitions throughout the ages, and much has been said about its origin in meaning. Proselytizing is not as well-known a term, but oddly enough, it has a plethora of definitions. Since the ...
Where The Doctrines Of Election And Evangelism Meet
Rev. Titus Buelow demonstrates the connection and relationship between the doctrines of Election and Evangelism. Part I: Before Time Began Part II: In Time Part III: The Means of Grace Part IV: Messengers with ...
Encouraging Called Workers to Remain Faithful in Evangelism
Evangelism is an important part of the church's work. Through evangelism, Christians bring the gospel to the world. This is especially true of called workers. Part of their duties is to do evangelism and train others ...