Discipleship Themes In Matthew’s Gospel

During the Christmas season the Gospel of Matthew is often read as it is one of the two Gospels that contains an infancy narrative of Christ. Though this holds great significance, there are many other pieces of the Gospel that give us clues on how to live a Christian life.

The Need to Evangelize.

This week evangelist Ed Graveline comes on the program to discuss the need to evangelize. Ed has been involved with St. Paul Street Evangelization since 2013. He has an amazing reversion story that he shares, and we discuss the command of Christ to evangelize the nations. If you want to join Ed in Sierra Vista,... Continue Reading →

3 Ways To Share The Gospel To Culture

-Featured Guest Post by Jeff Perry- Presenting the gospel has always been a recurring topic among Christians. I asked a handful of individuals what the gospel was in their own words? “The gospel helps us pray, and get into the Word more and become more like Christ.” “The gospel directs our hearts to love as... Continue Reading →

Book Review: Sharing Jesus (without freaking out)

I recently finished reading Dr. Alvin Reid's book Sharing Jesus {without freaking out}.  This book looked at the realities that occur within personal evangelism, and how to overcome them.  This is important because evangelism is something that we are called to as Christians, and more often than not, the average Christian finds the concept terrifying. On... Continue Reading →

DVD Review: The Mission

The movie, The Mission, is based on the historical events of an 18th century Jesuit mission.  The film portrays the importance that missions had among the Roman Catholic Church, and the urgency there was to spread the Gospel.  The film also displays something that has been all too common throughout history, and that is the... Continue Reading →

Importance of the Small Group

Aubrey Malphurs says “Disciple making does not end with a person’s conversion, however.  It’s an ongoing process that encourages the believer to follow Christ and become more like Him[1].”  With this taken into account we need to ask ourselves a question.  What is the most effective way to make disciples?  Do we get as many... Continue Reading →

Theology of Missions

When someone hears the term missions most of the times overseas adventures to an unknown people may develop in their minds.  Though this is part of it, there is much more to missions.  Missions is a way of life and the engaged believer seeks to take the Gospel across cultural barriers[1].  According to the Holman... Continue Reading →

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