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When to Tell Them about Jesus: Exploring How Scripture, Communication Theories, and Modern Day Methods Inform the Christian Evangelist
Christians know what they are supposed to do: Witness to unbelievers. Christians know whom they are supposed to speak about: Jesus. The Great Commission makes their mission and message clear. What is not so clear to ...
Spiritual Energy Management: Avoiding Pastoral Burnout by Developing a Healthy Devotional Life
Experiencing occupational burnout is not uncommon in a society that lives to work, and the pastor is no exception to this. Given the “serve not be served” nature of the ministry, coupled with its specific and wide-ranging ...
Knowing How to Help: Forming an Outreach Relationship
Every pastor, staff minister, or church secretary knows the discomfort of answering the phone at church and being asked for money. When the phone rings and someone is asking for financial assistance, how should the church ...
Can Meaning Exist Without God? A Close Reading of Qohelet in Light of the Secular Social Imaginary
This study explores the timeliness of the book of Qohelet (Ecclesiastes) in Christian Apologetics. It follows a methodology of close reading in Qohelet conducted within the conceptual frame of Charles Taylor’s Secular ...
The Goal of Evangelism: an Opportunity to Share the Gospel
Evangelism has taken on many definitions throughout the ages, and much has been said about its origin in meaning. Proselytizing is not as well-known a term, but oddly enough, it has a plethora of definitions. Since the ...
Using the Old and New Man in Sanctification
Why do Christians sometimes sin? What part of you is a sinner? Does Psalm 119 speak to your Old or New Man? Who is your New Man? How do we interact with our Old Man? Does everyone have an Old and New Man? Why do we do what ...