Recently I revisited a book I read a few years ago. It’s called “Worship Evangelism” by Sally Morganthaler. In it she quotes Henri Nouwen” It is not enough for the priests and ministers of the future to be moral people, well trained, eager to help their fellow humans, and able to respond creatively to the […]
Bethany and her mother inspired me to record this teaching tip on how to re-enact a story. Such a technique can illustrate a point far better than words alone (Luke 20.24, Romans 6.23) Do you have a question about teaching the Bible? Is it theological, technical, practical? Send me your questions or suggestions. Here’s the email: firstname.lastname@example.org. […]
It is easy to grow weary and lose heart in the Christian race. Hebrews chapter 12 provides us with the inspiration of Jesus, and Acts chapter 8 provides us with the inspiration of the early Christians. In this lesson, I examine how their examples help us to not give in to the temptation to become […]
You are not the hero, you are the guide. If you position yourself as the hero, you distance yourself from your listeners. We are a window, not the picture. Acts 10:25ff Leave a comment. And please pass this on… God bless, Malcolm
“The Search For God and the Path to Persuasion” Peter May; md Publishing, 2016 Dr Peter May has written a reflective but practical book on rethinking how we persuade people to take the Gospel seriously. This topic matters because firstly, it is hard to engage people to take the Bible and its stories seriously in […]
How can we persuasively present the gospel in a post-modern environment? Perhaps we should avoid two ‘Bs’.
https://audioboom.com/boos/4826167-what-we-re-reading-the-search-for-god-the-path-to-persuasion-avoiding-two-bs How can we persuasively present the gospel in a post-modern environment? Perhaps we should avoid two ‘Bs’.