Destinations

June 15, 2011

It’s always about the gospel. We might know what God wants of us and have a great understanding of scripture. But in the end, only the gospel moves us.

Evangelism for most of us is the final frontier. We’d rather have a root canal than strike up a conversation about someone else’s salvation. Yet, we know that the stakes are eternal. Here’s a short piece that should encourage us by reminding us that effective evangelism is something that we rely on God for.

Are you a sentence hijacker? I bet you are. Why do we do this? Erik Raymond helps us think about the issue.

It’s hard not to laugh at this:

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