The world of evangelism is changing, and we need to change with it. Over the past 30 years, the church has seen a new idea of "digital evangelism" grow, and we have done our best to adapt to our digital context.
What does unhealthy evangelism have in common with unhealthy relationships? One person trying to change another.
This is one of the most common mistakes Christians make when they try to witness to non-believers.
In the Easter season, we express our gratitude for Jesus, forgiving us and taking our place in the payment for our sins. Because of Jesus’s sacrifice on the cross, we are promised a home in heaven with God and have a relationship with Him eternally.
We are called to love people and invest in them, but even Jesus had boundaries when it came to His friendships and relationships. The term “boundaries” in relationships is a very modern term, but Jesus exercised the idea of boundaries very explicitly in His life.
As our world grows more and more connected through social media and a wide variety of cultures are represented in our cities and states, it is important to teach our children how to love someone who is different from them, especially when it comes to religious differences.
If you have high hopes for what you can begin to do this next year, it is best if you go into it with a plan, accountability, and achievable goals. We encourage you to pray about adding evangelism to your New Year’s resolutions.
Whether working remotely or in person, you may be the only coworker who is paying attention and showing care to your Muslim coworker. This alone may cause him or her to start wondering why you are different, kind, and caring.