I have always been passionate about revivals. I love reading and studying about the historical revivals that have graced this earth. These revival movements were characterized by the preaching of God's word, repentance, and notable change. I would encourage all Christians to be schooled in the history of revival movements. The study of revivals encourages … Continue reading 5 Revivals that Motivate me to Minister
If you are around me for ten minutes, you’ll know that I like to talk! I especially like to talk about things that excite me. Want to know my thoughts on the new Ghostbusters movie? I’ll be quick to tell you. Would you like to know about what I’m currently reading? Before you answer, let … Continue reading How’s your evangelistic passion?
What would you do if you had a time machine? Have you ever asked yourself that question? Would you back and witness the dawn of creation? Would you go forward to see some futuristic society? Perhaps you would make it more personal and see what your life would be like … Continue reading Evangelism in Space and Time
Are you ready for Christmas? There's a lot to do this Christmas. Did you purchase the ham? Have you double-checked to make sure you didn't forget to buy a gift. Wrapped all the presents? By the way, since this is a covid Christmas, don't forget to put a bow on your favorite brand of hand … Continue reading Christmas and the Commission
"Hmmm….like, do you wanna get saved or something?" Let's be honest, sometimes evangelism gets awkward. You are standing in line at the grocery store, and you sense the Lord telling you to present the Gospel to the person in front of you. What do I say? How do I say it? Should I say anything at all? Will this person think I'm … Continue reading When Evangelism Gets Awkward
"Go, therefore, and make disciples . . .” πορεύομαιb; πορείαa, ας f: to move a considerable distance, either with a single destination or from one destination to another in a series—‘to travel, to journey, to be on one’s way.’ If you’re like me, you may find yourself on the go a lot. Part of my ministry through the … Continue reading The Gospel and the Gas Pump
Jesus received a great welcome when he came into Jerusalem. The crowds were shouting “Hosanna” and waving palm branches, but unfortunately, this would not last long. After the triumphal entry, Jesus is met with a religious leader who wants to trap him and ridicule him. The religious leaders cannot match the wisdom and truth of … Continue reading Neighborhood evangelism begins with prayer
The Gospel starts in your home, but it doesn't stay there. As people discover the joy of Jesus, they cannot help but tell others, but where do they start? Believers, who want to be obedient to the Great Commission, should decide who they should present the Gospel to first. Where do I begin my task … Continue reading The Gospel and my Neighbors
What is “the Gospel?” The word comes from the Greek word εὐαγγέλιον. The word Gospel means “’news that makes one happy’ or ‘information that causes one joy’ or ‘words that bring smiles’ or ‘a message that causes the heart to be sweet.’ In a nutshell, the word Gospel just means “good news.” The Gospel is a particular kind of good news. The … Continue reading What is the G.O.S.P.E.L.?
The Great Commission is often known for its first word, “go.” Where exactly is the believer to go? One way of thinking of the Great Commission is, “as you are going.” Consider the daily routines of where you go. You begin your day by waking up in your home and then traveling to school or work. After work or school, … Continue reading As you go. . .