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GYC 2011: Day 3

GYC 2011: Day 3

Today was all about outreach. Putting into action our profession of faith. We literally spread across the Houston-area and knocked on thousands of doors this afternoon.  Before I tell you more, let’s back up to Module 3: The Practice. My friend and I ended up in Doug Bachelor’s session after she shared with me she […]

ECYC 2010: Fully Persuaded

ECYC 2010: Fully Persuaded

Fully persuaded young people create other fully persuaded young people. Our witness is by our testimony – our own personal testimony. This is how we will win others for Christ in this generation.

Unspeakables: Out with the old, in with the…old?

Unspeakables: Out with the old, in with the…old?

I was recently told that the General Conference has dubbed 2010 the Year of Lay Evangelism. This follows directly behind the 2009 Year of Pastoral evangelism, which was preceded by the 2008 Year of something Evangelism whose specific focus I cannot remember. All I know for sure is that it involved some series of mass […]

LOST: Found in htown soon.

LOST: Found in htown soon.

evangelistic series designed with young adults in mind coming to houston, texas @ the end of this month. spread the image.

The Heart of Worship

The Heart of Worship

       Worship. We have many types of worship and ways of worshipping. We have family worship. We have worship at church. We have worship through song. We have worship through the spoken word. We can worship with others or by ourselves. But today what has become the heart of worship? What are the things we […]

Salty Fortress

Salty Fortress

Reach, Rescue, Run, Return and Remnant. Reach a lost soul, Rescue them from the life on the outside, a society that is drowning in their sin, grab their hand and Run immediately from their community and finally Return to us so that we all can remain the Remnant.

Helmet Evangelism

Helmet Evangelism

I had a professor last year, Dr. Bob Stein, who is particularly adamant that his students wear bike helmets when cycling. He will unashamedly demand that any student he sees riding their bike without a helmet get off and walk. I’ve seen him do it and I’ve seen the poor Poli Sci student hop off […]