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How Much Do We Care?

When will we care enough, to do more to reach the people that Jesus died for?  Did you know, there are over 2.7 billion people in the world today who have yet to hear the Gospel of Jesus for the very first time? 193 more words

Think About It!

Ever since the Ascension Jesus has sought other bodies

Would it be too much to say that, ever since the Ascension, Jesus has sought other bodies in to begin again the life he lived on earth? 199 more words


Is Our View of Grace Ruining Evangelism?

In Tim Keller’s book The Prodigal God, he makes the observation that Jesus and the church get almost opposite results when engaging people.

When Jesus walked the earth, he had a consistent response from people.   416 more words


The Suicidal Man

I met a suicidal man, today.

It happened this morning as I walked between buildings at work.  He cried out to me from across the street where he sat in a parking lot, a bag containing his belongings at his feet.  605 more words


What's Wrong With The Gospel- Keith Green

Please take a few moments and read this.  This was a big time needed kick in the teeth…….

What’s Wrong With the Gospel- Keith Green


I'm Going to Kenya!

Dear Friends & Family,

I hope this letter finds you well!  Life has been full of a lot of things for me lately.  I’m currently in my junior year at SPU as a Global Development major, serving as the administrative assistant on the Sharpen ministry team at SPU (Sharpen is a hospitality ministry tasked with creating opportunities for community for off-campus students at SPU), working as a barista at a South African café by the name of Cederberg Tea House (Come visit me at work for some good eats and drinks!), and now preparing to serve with Africa Inland Mission this summer in Nairobi, Kenya! 722 more words


Crazy Gospel Math (Prove Me Wrong)

Crazy Gospel Math

I sometimes get the opportunity these days to help pastors and congregations think about growth.  Here is a formula I use when I consult.  358 more words

Rev. Shane L. Bishop