Many Christians believe that we can teach people about our faith by letting them see Christ in our lives. In our deeds. But today we’re going to learn that “servant evangelism” without the full Gospel–the “why,” is no evangelism at all.
Sharing our stories of what Christ has done in our lives is wonderful. Feeding the poor is biblical. And it feels great to serve the Kingdom in this way. But if we don’t share the Gospel message from beginning to end, the people we serve will still be lost, and will still face an eternity without God.
Joining us today is Dave Wager and Elijah Abraham, two powerful men of God who are going to share what true evangelism is all about.
Dave is the author of several books and the president of Silver Birch Ranch and Nicolet Bible College in northern Wisconsin. Dave is also the president of a ministry called The Omega Force, a catalyst that helps Christians learn the Word of God through college-level courses that anyone can take online.
Elijah Abraham is part of Biblical Missiology, the group that recently petitioned Wycliffe and its partners for removing familial terms to describe God and Jesus from Bible translations used to reach Muslim communities. Elijah is the founder and executive director of Living Oasis Ministries, where you’ll find a host of resources. Check out Elijah’s news articles at Right On Weekly,an online magazine.
Elijah and Dave are our main speakers at the Stand Up For The Truth WATCHMAN CONFERENCE this weekend! You don’t need to have a Twitter account to follow the action this weekend, just click on this link to check out our Tweets as it happens: Follow hashtag
- Friendship Evangelism Is Neither Friendship Nor Evangelism (carm.org)
- How do you know when you are evangelizing? (christianitymatters.com)
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- Doctrine in the Church: What is it and why does it matter?
- Reaching Muslims with the Gospel (standupforthetruth.com)
- A Time of Departing – A Decade of Warning About Contemplative Spirituality (lighthousetrails.com)