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Thom Rainer

Six Attitudes that Kill Evangelism in the Church

Why are our churches less evangelistic today? That question could be answered from a number of perspectives. But one of the key explanations is simply an attitude problem. There are several dangerous and debilitating attitudes in churches that are killing evangelism. Here are six of them

Joshua Choon Min Kang

Even the Blades of Grass Have Wounds

I am not a poet. I have a wish to write poetry but it is not easy to write poetry. Although I am not a poet, I am interested in poetry. It is because I envy poets’ hearts and eyes. Poets see, more precisely, what we cannot see, and describes what we do not see well.

Bryan Kim

Dive Into Missions

If I were to ask those that lived in the golden age of the Gospel message what true virtue was, the majority would say evangelizing. The motto of ‘Pray when together, evangelize when dispersed’ is still freshly beating against my eardrum, but I cannot help but feel that a sense of complacency exists as these aggressive terminologies get replaced by passive ones.

Thom Rainer

Four Useful Ministries by Deacons

The Bible is not abundantly clear on how deacon roles should be carried out practically day-by-day. I have enjoyed interacting with hundreds of pastors who have shared with me how their church’s deacon ministry plays out. Here are four of the more common themes.

Joshua Choon Min Kang

The Wisdom of Repeating Good Things

I have learned the secrets of biblical prosperity in repetition through the meditations of the Word. God commanded Joshua to meditate on the Word day and night.

Thom Rainer

Five Steps to Respond to a Hurtful and Hateful Email

The Internet has certainly brought us incredible ways to do commerce, to get information, and to communicate. But it has an ugly and evil side to it as well. It allows cowardly critics to hide behind a keyboard and cut people to the core through blogs, social media, and email. So how do we respond when we get a hurtful email?

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