You are only free from your responsibility to reach the lost when you meet a man or woman for whom Christ did not die!
The responsibility to reach the lost has never been more urgent! The destiny of men and of nations is always being decided. Every generation is strategic; but none more strategic to end time Apostolic revival than the present. We are not responsible for the past generation, and we cannot bear full responsibility for the… Continue reading Responsibility to Reach the Lost
Souls matter most to God … What matters most to His church as we face a new millennium? One preacher told me “We had the best service last Sunday we have ever had in our church.” I asked, “How many repented?” “How many were baptized in water?” How many were filled with the… Continue reading When One Sinner Repents
Jesus asked the question, “What does it profit a man if he gain the whole world and loose his own soul?” With one short piercing question the Lord of the harvest reveals the worth of a soul to the church – One soul is worth more than all the world! Stack up on… Continue reading One Soul
By Jack Cunningham When I was a teenager I went to work with Brother Billy Cole. I told him that I wanted to be a preacher. He told me to be ready, that during a Sunday night service he would introduce me to the church and announce my call to preach. I prepared… Continue reading All About Souls
By Jared Arango We stand at this juncture of time with an unceasing urgency to follow through with the mandate and purpose of the church — the saving of a soul. We are at a cross road in time that is reminding and redefining the reason for existence of the redeemed on the earth —… Continue reading The Saving of a Soul
They were settled into a pattern of checklists, preparations, schedules and execution of duties. As usual everything was perfect and the clock rolled on. The team was jubilant and relaxed at their present and past successes. They were part of an enormous project that involved thousands across America and around the world.… Continue reading Houston, We Have a Problem