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10 Fun, Practically Effortless, and Free Ways to Do Missions and Evangelism ~ at Satisfaction Through Christ

…The Great Commission. It is Christ’s mandate to all Christians to preach the gospel, clearly and verbally, as often as we can, everywhere. Some of the most important ways we can do this are sharing the gospel with our friends and loved ones, praying for our missionaries, and giving missions offerings at church. 72 more words



Arthur Blessit carried the Cross around the world in every nation and is listed in the Guinness World Records for the world’s longest walk over 41,002 miles in ‘323 countries, islands groups & territories’ for 46 years. 851 more words

Uplifting Christ

Stranger in the World, Citizen of Heaven

I am a stranger in the world
And this is what I see:
The earth reeling like a drunkard,
Tottering like a hut,
Its transgression heavy upon it.
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Christian Life

Prophesy Update?

I don’t intend for this post to be long. Famous last words of a Baptist preacher.

This morning I was scrolling through Facebook. I had started back on the Grant Horner Bible Reading System after trying another reading plan (which made me feel like I was starving Biblically) and was going to post a link to his info and encourage others to jump on the program too. 1,283 more words


There are two types of Christians

There are two types of Christians. By alan ballou.

The Bible describes two types of Christians that grow together today; believers, and unbelievers. I know that most of you consider an unbeliever to be someone who has nothing to do with church, but the type of unbeliever I’m talking about does attend church, and grows right alongside you (Matthew 13:28-30). 3,780 more words

Alan Ballou

Nuggets - Every Creature Under Heaven

Every Creature Under Heaven
“If ye continue in the faith grounded and settled, and be not moved away from the hope of the gospel, which ye have heard, and which was preached to every creature which is under heaven; whereof I Paul am made a minister.” ( 274 more words