Go To The Nations

“Therefore, go and make disciples of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit; teaching them to obey everything I have commanded you.” Have you ever heard this famous Biblical passage before? It’s called the Great Commission and is Christ’s final command to us before He returns to Heaven.
Unfortunately, it can be something Christians ignore for several reasons. One of them is that we involve ourselves in all kinds of seemingly good things that keep us all too busy. Jim Collins wrote a widely used book in the business world that opens with this statement, “Good is the enemy of great.” And so many times, we do all kinds of good things, and yet, they are not the great things that we could be doing in seeing men and women come to Jesus. Christ said, “If you love Me, keep My commandments.” And His last command should be every Christian’s first concern. Let’s look at three ways we can all go to the nations: join in prayer, take heart, and rejoice in persecution.

The Power of Your Story

I meet a lot of Christians who tell me that their story doesn’t matter. Maybe that’s you! Have you ever questioned the significance of your testimony or thought that no one was interested in hearing it? Allow me to share a profound truth from Revelation 12:11 with you: “And they overcame [the enemy] by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony…” Your testimony is not just a story, but a powerful tool in the hands of God.

In fact, God purposefully has given you a unique and mighty story to share. So, as we continue sharing our faith here in May as part of GO Month (with our partners, Go Movement), I’d like to impart to you a few tips you can utilize in order to use your testimony to start spiritual conversations: know the power of your story, make the connection, be genuine, and make the contrast. Let’s look at each one!

Witnessing Tips

Witnessing Tips Do you ever get nervous about sharing the Gospel? For the month of May, we at Evangelism Explosion have partnered with the Go Movement and many other ministries to equip and encourage Christians to share their faith. So this month, I’d like to share three witnessing tips that could be the confidence booster …

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O, What A Savior

O, What A Savior “For God so loved the world, that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever believes in Him will not perish but have everlasting life.”John 3:16 You’ve likely heard this verse before, but have you ever thought about it in the context of Christmas? You might be thinking, “That’s a very strange …

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Know the Season

Know the Season How does a farmer know to harvest? When I typed this question into Google’s search engine, article after article from farm bureaus to agriculture websites shared all kinds of technology that help the farmers of America choose just the right time to gather their crops. However, after reading a few such writings, …

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Our Task

Our Task It was August 30th, 2019, and we had just concluded our 4th Congress of Nations in Tirana, Albania. It was a wonderful event, but it could have been better. Many of our National Directors struggled to get a visa to Albania, and this resulted in a lower attendance than anticipated.  The last session …

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Forgotten Good News

Forgotten Good News Do you ever have times when you walk out the door, and you’ve realized you’ve forgotten your keys? Or have you gone on a vacation and remember only after you’ve gotten to your destination that you forgot sunscreen? And bug spray? And your toothbrush? Now, these are somewhat silly things to forget. …

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