Of all the people who have lived and ever will live, Jesus alone qualifies, in His person and work, as the only one capable of accomplishing atonement for the sin of the world.
Every solid book on evangelism is a welcomed addition to the table, but Invitation is particularly helpful because it provides both theory and practice.
A conversation with Timothy Beougher about his new book, “Invitation To Evangelism: Sharing The Gospel With Conviction And Compassion”
Dr. York sits down with Johnny Hunt (former senior pastor, First Baptist Church Woodstock, Georgia; former president of the SBC) to discuss NAMB, restoration ministry, and “smelling like your sheep.”
John of Damascus (676-749) is a model for how rich theology fuels Christian evangelism.
Dr. York sits down with Ronnie Floyd (former pastor of Cross Church in Northwest Arkansas, president & CEO of the SBC Executive Committee) to discuss COVID-19 & the SBC
The risk worth taking is not one that endangers someone’s physical wellbeing by violating the spatial separation we must maintain. The risk worth taking is one that is bold enough to confront the spiritual and eternal danger others are already in.
Depend on the Holy Spirit to empower you and to convict the lost person. Remember your role and God’s role.
Dr. York sits down with Nathan Lino (founder and senior pastor of Northeast Houston Baptist Church in Houston, TX) to discuss evangelism & mercy ministry.
How do we reach people who identify as Christians, but aren’t?
We have not obeyed the calling to evangelize until we talk specifically about the person and work of Jesus Christ and the necessity to believe in him.
Whether you have been a Christian for a few months or a few years, Jesus Christ calls you, through his Word, to practice evangelism for his glory, your neighbor’s salvation, and your joy.
Love and mercy will reign forever when hate is cast away into outer darkness.
We will probably never see another Billy Graham. We may never even see another ministry like his was.
Though his ministry took place in a distant place and time, Ichabod Spencer has helped me profoundly as both a pastor and an evangelist.
International mission work, by God’s providence, is no longer just international.
It’s likely you’ll find him riding the bus to Southern Seminary’s campus in Louisville from his home in Nashville, Tennessee, choosing public transit over his car if possible, favoring the stories in the seats on the Megabus over the company of his car radio.