A church that doesn’t reach out . . .

A church that doesn't


The Exclusivity of Christianity

The Exclusivity of Christianity

What happens to a person who dies without hearing the gospel? Do they go to Heaven? Do they go to Hell? That question is being discussed in our Sunday School classes, pulpits and in the local coffee shop more often than we may realize. Does the Bible teach the exclusivity of Christianity? Is Jesus the only way to be reconciled to God? The troubling reality is evident by the wide variety of answers that are given to these questions. With an often watered down gospel message preached on the television and radio, coupled with a soft message of God’s judgment, the result is staggering and may be the cause for so much controversy over this old debate. In order to fully address this question, it is important that we examine several key issues surrounding this question.

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Why I’m stopping students doing walk-up evangelism


3 Powers Of The Word Of God

“The purpose of the Bible is simply to proclaim God’s plan to save His children.”

– Max Lucado


When we share the gospel with the lost, we might be concerned about whether someone receives it or not but we must trust the seed of the Word of God because only God gives the increase, adding to the church (Acts 2:47). The only thing we need to do is proclaim it and not be ashamed of it because as the Apostle Paul writes, “I am not ashamed of the gospel, for it is the power of God for salvation to everyone who believes, to the Jew first and also to the Greek” (Rom 1:16). Did you catch that? The gospel is the power of God for salvation, not us. Trust God and sow His Word; then leave the results up to the Lord of the Harvest.

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William Carey’s Greatest Obstacle: The Local Church


God will

The man…looking at him with a smile that only half concealed his contempt, inquired, “Now Mr. Morrison do you really expect that you will make an impression on the idolatry of the Chinese Empire?” “No sir,” said Morrison, “but I expect that God will.”
~ Robert Morrison (5 January 1782 – 1 August 1834, English missionary to China)

Which Jesus do you worship?