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[10 Apr 2009 | No Comment | 534 views]

The notion that someone is not “wired” to be a soul winner is nothing more than a placebo. When one is filled with the Holy Ghost, they are endued with power to become witnesses (Acts 1:8). To not share Christ is tantamount to having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof.

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[9 Apr 2009 | No Comment | 482 views]

Churches should have a built-in culture of soulwinning. If reaching the Lost is not a priority in preaching and teaching through the church, soulwinning cannot possibly be the expected outcome. A church not being active in the Great Commission relegates it to the Great Suggestion, and God is called a liar. Build a positive peer pressure that “being part of this church means actively inviting people to it”, and you will find that soulwinning becomes the anticipated norm.

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[4 Dec 2008 | No Comment | 471 views]

All forms of evangelism have their place, but the most effective method is to plant a New Testament church in every section of every city of the United States.

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[21 Nov 2008 | No Comment | 295 views]

Some people in your community are more receptive to the gospel – and more likely to become a part of your church – than others. Good stewardship of a congregation’s limited resources calls us to invest those resources where we will see the greatest return (see Matt. 25:14ff.).
So how do you find people who “have ears to hear” the Good News and will respond?
One important principle of effective evangelism: Unchurched people are more likely to consider becoming Christians and church members during periods of transition. A life transition represents a …