One of the areas that church leaders and seminaries would do well to read and train in the area of sociology, the study of how individuals and groups of people interact with one another, for three primary reasons:
Today I received a call from a dear woman who has a sweet spirit and tender openness towards God. I had added her to one of our outreach groups, as I felt that she had a heart for reaching broken people with love and tenderness.
She mentioned that I had put her in that group. I said, yes--but if she did not want to be in it, she could just drop…Continue
How Do We Reach People for Christ? - The Apostle Paul was one of the major writers of the New Testament and one of the greatest evangelists who ever lived. In the close to his letter to the church in Colossi, Paul wrote:
2 Devote yourselves to prayer, being watchful and thankful. 3 And pray for us, too, that God may open a door for our…Continue
To us today, it would seem clear that Jesus was doing things that only God could do. But for many, there was a confusion or blindness as to Jesus’ true nature. In fact, throughout Mark’s…Continue
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