Good ambassadors are not silent.
When we share the Gospel as a group of people at the same time, we call this “fishing with a net.” When we share as a group, there are synergies that multiply the impact of the witness.
Sometimes I’ve thought that if I had been a part of the early Church and personally heard the teaching of the Apostles, then I would be a better witness than I am today.
The recovery team of 12 from our church responded to help and arrived in Vidor, Texas — just 90 minutes east of Houston — on November 5. We sensed that God could use us to accomplish several purposes.
Natural disasters reveal that we live in a fallen and broken world that needs a Savior to make things right. C. S. Lewis has noted that “Pain is God’s megaphone to rouse a deaf world to draw people closer to himself and into His purposes.”
Whenever we step out in faith to assist someone in the name of Jesus or speak the truth in love, we experience what the Apostle Paul declared in Acts 20:35: “It is more blessed to give than to receive.”
The Château is in a new phase of challenges as they update their facility to welcome new people and initiate new evangelistic and discipleship ministries for youth and adults.
Sometimes the hardest place to begin to reach the nations is in your own neighborhood.
It is estimated that by the year 2030, 85% of the followers of Jesus worldwide will be found in Asia, Africa, and Latin America. The only thing that will diminish this celebration would be to know that 40% of the world remains unreached.
The Gospel to the nations requires strategic engagement.