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Some Thoughts on Eddie Cole's Article in Christianity Today on Sharing the Gospel with those Who Do Not Think of Death or Eternity

The Evangelical Free District Superintendent for the Eastern District Eddie Cole writes a solid article for Christianity Today. The article is about sharing the Gospel with those who are young who do not think of death. 2,887 more words

Evangelical Issues

Church Planting

Today I am posting an article from Ed Stetzer. I was intrigued by it because as a church planter, our church never officially launched with a big hoopla. 628 more words

What's the Difference between a Pro-Refugee Evangelical (Tim Keller) and a Democrat (Dianne Feinstein)?

Short answer: neither quotes the Bible.

Notice for instance the parallels among the National Association of Evangelicals, Ed Stetzer, Evangelical leaders (among them Tim Keller), and the Democrats. 1,041 more words

Novus Ordo Seclorum

Belong, Believe, Become

Ed Stetzer wrote a post comparing old and new ways of reaching people for Jesus Christ. Link below and summary after that.

http://www.christianitytoday.com/edstetzer/2017/january/church-growth.html

“Simplifying it, the process shift looks like this… 182 more words

Discipleship Training

Book Review - The Mission of the Church Five Views in Conversation

I was excited to review this book in light of my role with Missional University. However, I am being challenged to get through it for multiple reasons, including the fact the book is very heavy reading.  178 more words

General

S. Baptists join other evangelicals opposing Trump’s exec. order

More than 100 evangelical pastors and ministry leaders signed an open letter expressing their opposition to President Donald Trump’s executive order that restricts immigration from seven Muslim countries, suspends entrance of all refugees for 120 days, and prevents all Syrian refugees from entering the United States indefinitely. 395 more words

Culture

High Court nominee wins evangelical approval, other Christians among cabinet

Immediately following the election, Pew Research found 81% of white evangelicals said they for voted for Donald Trump. Many have said they did so because, with one vacancy on the U.S. 493 more words

Commentary