Evangelism and Outreach
"But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit has come upon you, and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the end of the earth.” Acts 1:8
As we grow in three-stream living, through the encouragement of the Scriptures, Sacraments and Spirit we become increasingly motivated to serve others and help them know the God of grace of love.
The following items encourage us along the paths of evangelism and outreach.
Culture of Invitation
By David+ Larlee | | Evangelism and Outreach | Winter Conference 2017
David+ Larlee, Winter Conference 2017
Sparks of Redemptive Grace
By David+ Larlee | | Evangelism and Outreach, Spiritual Growth | book review, books, family life, mental health, mental illness, Text
For others in our midst who care about, but don’t really understand, the unrelenting obstacles and grief faced by families caring for a loved one struggling with a mental illness, Sparks of Redemptive Grace reveals an incredibly personal glimpse into what goes on in homes and hearts when dealing with a mental disorder.
Reaching Dallas Through Alpha
By AMIA Communications | | Alpha, AMiA Churches, Evangelism and Outreach, Spirit | All Saints Dallas
"I love the look on people’s faces when we talk about “Does God Heal Today?” It’s a beautiful thing to see people realized that yes, the Lord is up close and personal to us." David+ Larlee
Polite but Deadly: Telling the Truth in a Duck Dynasty World
By Guest | | Evangelism and Outreach, Spiritual Growth | relationships, Text
What if we could live from a heart of genuine love and respect for others, treating them with kindness regardless of their agreement with our beliefs? What if that love “compelled” us to share the ridiculous truth of Christ with those who truly needed to know, without picking a political party to defend?
Is It Our Job? Rethinking Addiction and Recovery Ministry in the Church
By Guest | | Evangelism and Outreach | mental health, outreach, Recovery ministry, Text
Can your staff clearly identify and differentiate, by policy and wisdom, which acts of compassion, enabling, helping, discernment, accountability and church safety are useful when an unknown “poor” family of four asks for assistance? How would you discern wise, loving forward-moving ministry?
By Guest | | Evangelism and Outreach | community, Living in Community, Mark 2, pain, relationships, spiritual friendship, Text
Roof People are the ones you call to talk to someone without them fixing it. Roof People are the ones who say, “Let’s get together” and then schedule the time.
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