January 13th, 2017

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Today’s environment is highly visual—television, Web sites, video, and images dominate our lives—and visuals created with new technologies are changing the way we take in and process information. Welcome to our 21st Century context for communication. As we think about sharing the gospel, the Master Teacher, our Lord Jesus, is our example for sharing gospel truths in a context familiar with the audience. First century Judea was primarily an agricultural …

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Evangelism is generally comprised of prayer, good works and good words. For most of us, praying for the lost and taking opportunity to demonstrate God’s love through serving others  is something we can do – and is typically non-threatening. It’s the talking part that becomes a stumbling block for many – it’s generally the most intimidating and riskiest component of the evangelistic endeavor. I don’t know about you, but there …

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As a minister of the gospel, I have enjoyed the privilege of regular public speaking since 2003. Whether serving as missionary to my Jewish people, as an outreach pastor at my local church in Johnson City, TN, or in my current capacity as director of a ministry, I derive great joy from teaching and preaching the Word of God! To open God’s Word with God’s people is thoroughly satisfying. So …

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“Every knock is a boost!” boasted one Moishe Rosen, founder of Jews for Jesus and a giant in Jewish missions in the 20th Century. I had the privilege of knowing and learning from Moishe, as I did two missionary stints with Jews for Jesus totaling 8+ years. That quip was a reference to the catalytic nature of opposition, persecution, hostility, and even rejection – as it relates to our …

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In 1987 the Lord graciously saved me, delivering me out of the Kingdom of Darkness and into the Kingdom of Light. He has blessed with abundant life and eternal life. And for all He has done for me, I am eternally grateful. Yet, among His manifold blessings bestowed upon me, there is a blessing that is challenging for me to receive – it is the blessing of rejection due …

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We live in curious times. While our present day has been called the Age of Information, it may also be called the Age of Distraction. Life today is filled with distraction. Between our business, our gadgets, our entertainment, and the overall demands and enticements of our day, we can be overrun by it all – so much so that we forget what life is all about. Even as I …

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