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ON-LINE EVANGELISM Christians are using the Internet as a tool for Christian communication and outreach. A number of churches and organizations now have Web Sites for cyber-surfers to stop in and get acquainted. While doing a little surfing of my own, I recently came across a particulary interesting site: “” that was acting as a …

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YOUNG CHRISTIANS Eighty percent of Christians become Christians by age eighteen. Fifteen percent of Christians become Christians after eighteen years of age. Five percent become Christians at age eighteen. For comparison: The average age of recruitment with the Communist party worldwide is between thirteen and fifteen years of age. From a Sonlife Strategy Seminar, Moody …

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Appearance | Bikers | Character | Christians | Evangelism | Motorcycles | Perspective | Tradition | Witnessing

STURGIS WITNESS Sturgis, South Dakota is not without its Christian witness every year when over a third of a million bikers gather at the annual motorcycle rally in August. In 1999 one such witness was a bouncer at the One Eyed Jack Saloon who shares his faith through his tattoos such as “It’s Hell Without …

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Apologetics | Christ | Christians | Evangelism | Example | Faith | Self | Testimony | Witnessing

ARGUMENT OF CHRISTIANS The best argument for Christianity is Christians; their joy, their certainty, their completeness. But the strongest argument against Christianity is also Christians–when they are sombre and joyless, when they are self-righteous and smug in complacent consecration, when they are narrow and repressive, then Christianity dies a thousand deaths. Sheldon Vanauken in A …

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REPULSIVE MISSION Our ministry is to the dead… But death is repulsive. It is ugly… So it is with the spiritually dead. Their behavior is often ugly and embarrassing to us. We feel offended by the things they do and say. We’re anxious to get them converted so that they can clean up their act. …

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THE CHRISTIAN MISSION It is extremely fortunate for the Christian Cause that it is not necessary to try and get its missionaries into the world, since that is where they already are. Christ’s ambassadors are already in the Teamsters Union and in the House of Representatives and on the automobile production line. The placing of …

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GARY’S GOSPEL Gary cleans carpets. Or at least he tries to. For years he has shared the gospel about as much as he has cleaned carpets. He could have probably made more money if he had spent more time cleaning carpets and less time sharing the gospel. He doesn’t complain about it, though. He seems …

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Christ | Evangelism | Friends | Friendship | Gospel | Healing | Salvation | Witnessing

VALUE OF FRIENDSHIPS Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman, famous evangelist, said that the New Testament records tell of forty people, each suffering from disease who were healed by Jesus. Of this number, thirty-four were either brought to Jesus by friends, or else He was taken to them. In only six cases out of forty did the …

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MUSIC DISPELS DOUBT The Pentecostal Evangel carried an article awhile back about a Christian brother who was admitted to a hospital because of his having cancer of the tongue. After further tests, the surgeons decided the organ was so badly infected that it would have to be removed. The patient was wheeled into the operating …

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FLOATING LIGHTSHIP At one time England’s navigation history records the existence of strange ships that were floating lighthouses. These lightships came in all shapes and sizes, but their purpose was always the same: they were stationed at dangerous reefs and such where the building of lighthouses was either not practical or impossible. When this fleet …

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FRIENDS & EVANGELISM A research study reported in Church Growth: American Magazine, shows the importance of friendship in the process making disciples. The study identified 240 new Christians who were actively involved in their churches. A second group of 240 people were identified as “drop-outs” — they had made a recent decision but had since …

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