My family and I just relocated to a new city. I am so thankful for my ministry with the Kentucky Baptist Convention. My task is to serve our churches in order to equip and encourage evangelism. As we are getting adjusted to a new community, I would like to share some thoughts about my … Continue reading God Has Your Zipcode
To say the least, the 2020 pandemic has been upsetting. Facemasks, curbside pickup, and social distancing have all been introduced into our daily routines. The normal practices of church life have also been upset. Pastors have learned how to live stream, congregants are spaced out, and the free coffee has been turned into hand sanitizer. There is no doubt … Continue reading Evangelism and the Pandemic
“but in your hearts regard Christ the Lord as holy, ready at any time to give a defense to anyone who asks you for a reason for the hope that is in you.” 1 Peter 3:15 One of my earliest adventures in evangelism consisted of me and a buddy from school, going door to door … Continue reading Are tracts still a thing?
2020 has been one doozy of a year (and it’s only halfway over)! In addition to the global pandemic and riots, other parts of the world have seen invasions of locusts and military unease (especially with North Korea and South Korea). The headline news seems like chapter of a Tim LaHaye novel. As a believer in Christ, I … Continue reading REPENT! THE END IS NEAR! — Eschatology and Evangelism
John Barnett serves with the Kentucky Baptist Convention as a Missions Strategist with the Missions Mobilization Team For this week's post I've invited one of my fellow colleagues from the Kentucky Baptist Convention to be a guest blogger. John has a heart for reaching Muslims for Christ. Be encouraged! Three Keys for Reaching Muslims with … Continue reading 3 Keys to Reaching Muslims w/ John Barnett
My one said no. It wasn't the first time he had said no either. I had been witnessing to a neighbor of the church for some time. I had befriended the man by dropping by his house and attempting to spend time with him. He had always been receptive to my visits and often dialogued with me about … Continue reading When your “ONE” says no
Almost every home has a screwdriver. Screwdrivers are found in cars, junk drawers, and especially in toolboxes. You may be familiar with either the "Phillip’s” screwdriver or the "flat head" screwdriver, but did you know that there are a variety of screwdrivers? Some jobs require a torx, an allen wrench, a square head, a clutch head, or even … Continue reading My top 3 Gospel Tools