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Have you seen the sign?

It’s fairly unusual for Episcopal churches to have billboards, let alone any other commercial advertising. As Good Samaritan Episcopal Church prepares for our launch on Sunday, September 11, we recently made a strategic choice to lease a billboard in a high traffic area near Brownsburg, where we are planting. 146 more words

Community Connetions

Secret Things—God Works on the Parts of Us We Hide from Other People

He could literally feel the hum and crackle of celebrity magic.  People thronged the street, chanting his name, waving, trying to touch him.  609 more words

Evangelism

My House is Full but My Field Is Empty

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My House Is Full, but My Field is Empty

Luke 10:2

Therefore said he unto them, The harvest truly is great, but the labourers are few: pray ye therefore the Lord of the harvest, that he would send forth labourers into his harvest.

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Evangelism

Early Christian History (Trinity)

Trinitarian Truth

Among the most controversial aspects of Christian theology, through most of its his history, is the Trinity doctrine. In the simplest possible terms, this is the assertion that: 1,647 more words

Gospel

Understanding the Trinity

You and I live in a three-dimensional world. All physical objects have a certain height, width, and depth. One person can look like someone else, or behave like someone else, or even sound like someone else. 590 more words

Gospel

Finale—When Hopelessness Looms, the Grace of God is Just Getting Started

He couldn’t remember where his life of stealing and violence had started, but it was horribly clear where it had led—the death penalty. 462 more words

Evangelism

Opening Doors with Orality

In Lansing, Mich., a group of us were learning how to survey communities to understand lostness. As we walked through our assigned neighborhood, my partner and I met an 18 year-old carrying two huge bags of disposable diapers. 340 more words

Evangelism