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Creating a Home-Run Hitting Team: A Team Approach to Parish Youth Outreach
Walker presents Scripture-based motivation and methods for involving youths in a congregation’s mission to reach out to its community.
Reaching Out to Twenty-Somethings
They aren’t the boomers anymore. The old ways evangelism won’t necessarily be successful with today’s new adult generation. Instead, Prof. Leyrer encourages the steadfast proclamation of the Gospel. It isn’t a problem for ...
The Apostle Paul And Culture
Professor Wendland describes how we invariably turn to Paul when we think of the matter of Christ and Culture. Paul remained centered in Christ, yet was still “all things to all people.” Wendland explains from Scripture ...
God's Mission: The Means and the Method
Pastor Westra summarizes his paper as follows, “It is my objective in this paper to examine the tension between an appropriate view of the means of grace and a proper perspective on the methodologies that we use in proclaiming ...
The Quest for New Treasure Can Be Treacherous
In this keynote address, Pastor Christie gives a thorough definition of what worship is, and what can be defined as traditional or contemporary. He encourages his readers to use all treasures, old and new, in their worship, ...
Reaching Muslims With the Gospel
They may be your neighbors or your coworkers, but no matter what the context, they are people in desperate need of hearing about their Savior. Muslims are a unique group in the category of “all people” with whom the Gospel ...
Getting to the Heart of the Matter: Lutheran Worship, Evangelical Worship, and the Evangelical Lutheran Pastor
Pastor Meier compares worship in the Evangelical camp and the Lutheran camp, “One side, the “contemporary” camp—largely made up of Evangelicals—promotes worship that fits with the popular venues of the day, endorses keeping ...