Starting the gospel in the wrong place makes it seem less good than it is.
Some say God is like a big elephant that we only feel one part of. But how would they know that?
Five simple things to remember when telling someone about Jesus.
Jesus sends us into the world in the same way God sent him into the world.
The gospel changes a family’s schedule to keep everyone “on board” with the mission of Christ.
Only one life, ‘twill soon be past. Only what’s done for Christ will last.
Not every church is healthy, and it doesn’t take long for its sickness to spread.
The cross stands above the city, both in judgment and in hope.
The gospel leads us away from the “here today, gone tomorrow” life and into a “here to stay” life.
You’re not brainwashing your children if you evangelize them. You’re introducing them to their Creator, Redeemer, and Lord.
Every Christian is either a missionary or an impostor, for we always speak of what we love.
Say it with me: “The church is the people. The church is the people. The church is the people.”