I’ve been encouraged in recent days interacting with church members testifying that, during lockdown, they are growing in their faith. It appears that, even though locked up from normal activity, many are finding that their discipleship has not been locked down. Praise God for that.
Elliot Clark has written an excellent and timely book: Evangelism as Exiles. From 1 Peter, Clark exhorts Christians (particularly Christians living in the West) to be faithful with the gospel, especially as it appears that Christianity is no longer the dominant religion. Having spent many
Mack Stiles, one of my heroes of the faith, shares in his book Evangelism how he prays and asks God, “Do not let me go through this year without seeing someone come to Christ.” Perhaps we should pray along similar lines, “Do not let me
“Whatever you ask the Father in my name he may give it to you.” This seems like a carte blanche promise from Jesus. But one the of main goals and purposes of prayer is for the continuing of Jesus’ mission in this world—the making of