Posts in Evangelism

Blood Brothers

By Kenneth Berding Feb. 8, 2016 9:00 a.m. Apologetics, Culture, Evangelism, Missions

More than a generation ago, Don Richardson popularized the idea that Christians who share Christ across cultures might encounter—and even ought to look for—“redemptive analogies” in those cultures. The idea was that God has pre-placed customs or stories into cultures that prepare people to respond to the gospel ...

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The Shepherds of Christmas

By Mick Boersma Dec. 17, 2015 9:00 a.m. Evangelism, Ministry and Leadership, Missions, New Testament, Spiritual Formation

It was Christmas 1984. The snow was flying and the roads slippery, but Rolane and I had paid $120 for four seats to take our daughters to the ‘Nutcracker’ in Seattle and nothing was going to stop us from enjoying the show. We crammed into our old VW and made the opening curtain. What great seats they were! Front row, first balcony – the kind of view reserved for royalty! ...

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One Way to Pray About the ISIS Crisis in the Middle East

By Kenneth Berding Dec. 9, 2015 9:00 a.m. Apologetics, Culture, Evangelism, Missions, Spiritual Formation

Praying for peace is good. Praying for justice is good. Praying for your Christian brothers and sisters who are facing torture and death is good. Praying for non-Christians who are facing torture and death is also good. But there is one crucial thing you can pray about that could change the course of history in the Middle East.

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The Dean and His Son Co-Author a Book on the Basics of the Faith

Dec. 2, 2015 9:00 a.m. Apologetics, Christian Education, Church Life, Evangelism, Spiritual Formation, Theology

An Interview with Talbot's Dean, Dr. Clinton E. Arnold, and his son, Jeff Arnold, about their most recent book: Short Answers to Big Questions about God, the Bible, and Christianity.

 

 

 

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Do We Need Another Reformation?

By Thaddeus Williams Oct. 31, 2015 4:29 p.m. Church Life, Culture, Evangelism, Missions, Theology, Historical Theology

The 16th century church was in dire need of a Reformation. What about today, nearly a half millennium later? Is the 21st century church due for another Reformation, a Re-Reformation? Professor Williams shares his thoughts ...

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A Biblical Vision for Discipleship

By Dave Talley Oct. 21, 2015 9:00 a.m. Church Life, Evangelism, Marriage and Family, Ministry and Leadership, Spiritual Formation

I believe that we are at a place in the history of the church where we need to have a vision for what we are seeking to produce in people through the ministries of the church. It can be increasingly difficult to maintain a simple focus on our main purpose to “make disciples” in light of the diverse needs of any church body and, therefore, it is easy to get caught up in the “monster of ministry” activity. I believe that we need to think more strategically in terms of what we are seeking to produce in a person and make this a focus for the church. Our biblical mandate is to present every person complete in Christ. What would this look like? Where should our sights be set? What should the life of disciple look like? ...

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To What Extent Should Pastors be "Culturally Savvy" and Attune to the Trends? How Far is Too Far?

Mar. 2, 2015 9:00 a.m. Church Life, Culture, Evangelism, Ministry and Leadership

Talbot faculty member, James Petitfils, and a panel of Talbot graduates who are now pastors in Southern California discuss to what extent pastors should be "culturally savvy."

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