Do you think you need to be a super-hero to talk to others about Jesus? Scripture’s great command, to love, and its great commission, to share the gospel, peacefully co-exist NOT in our strength, but as we witness from weakness. How can this be true? And what does it look like practically? In this webinar, Pastor and Counselor Chuck Holliday will help you learn: why effective evangelism is actually rooted in the soil of humility; how to listen in a way that better engages other people; and how sharing your own brokenness can opens doors for sharing the gospel in loving and compelling ways
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Randy Pope, from Perimeter Church in Georgia, reminds us of our new identity in Christ and leads us to appropriate the power of God over our own willpower.
Lecture by Larry Hurtado “A New and Mischievous Superstition: Early Christian Distinctiveness in the Roman World” given September 10, 2016 at the Lanier Theological Library in Houston, TX.
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Lecture by Larry Hurtado – September 10, 2016 “A New and Mischievous Superstition: Early Christianity in the Roman World”
In the Roman world in which Christianity first emerged it was viewed as different and dangerous. And Christianity was distinctive. Christian’s were called atheists and regarded as impious, because they refused to worship the traditional gods. Unlike other religious groups of the day, they had no shrines, altars, images or priests. Reading and disseminating texts were central activities. Early Christianity comprised a new kind of religious identity that wasn’t tied to ethnicity. Unlike traditional Roman-era religion, Christianity also made ethics central. But, ironically, all these things that made early Chri…
Chapel from February 11, 2013.
Acts 6:1-7, 1 Timothy 3:8-13, Philippians 1:1-2
This sermon was preached by Timothy J. Keller at Redeemer Presbyterian Church on Apr 24, 1994. Series: Ten Commandments 1994.
Scripture: Acts 4:7-20; Exodus 20:3
A missional church is a church designed to reach members of a non-Christian culture. It means creating a church where all ministry is conducted with the mindset that non-Christians will be present. The church and the church community become both a safe space and an attractive counterculture where non-Christians can see the truth of the Gospel.
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