evangelism

JESUS Film Celebrates Milestone as It Is Translated into 2,000th Language

JESUS Film Celebrates Milestone as It Is Translated into 2,000th Language

The film, which is primarily based on the Gospel of Luke, was first released in English in 1979 and has now been translated into Zo, a language primarily spoken in Myanmar, and  by approximately 65,000 people worldwide.

Over 50,000 Hear the Gospel during Franklin Graham's 'God Loves You' Tour

Over 50,000 Hear the Gospel during Franklin Graham's 'God Loves You' Tour

More than 50,000 people heard the Gospel during evangelist Franklin Graham's six-city "God Loves You" Tour, which concluded on Sunday in Rochester, Minnesota.

Only 3 percent of Christian Missionaries Focus on the 'Unreached' across the Globe: Report

Only 3 percent of Christian Missionaries Focus on the 'Unreached' across the Globe: Report

A new report has found that just three percent of Christian missionaries worldwide are focused on evangelizing to "unreached" people around the world.

Viral Video of Christians Singing ‘How Great Is Our God’ on Flight Draws Mixed Responses

Viral Video of Christians Singing ‘How Great Is Our God’ on Flight Draws Mixed Responses

Ministry leader Jack Jensz Jr. and his team were on the flight back to Germany after doing relief work in Ukraine, when they got up to encourage the other passengers with a song. "Our heart was to bring joy and hope as there is so much pain with what’s going on in this world," Jensz Jr. said.

Knowing Jesus and Making Him Known Is Vital for the Future of American Christianity

Knowing Jesus and Making Him Known Is Vital for the Future of American Christianity

Christians living in our postmodern, relativistic society are often warned that sharing their faith is the intolerant “imposing” of their values on others. Since being branded “intolerant” is the cardinal sin in our culture, it’s tempting to keep our salt in the saltshaker and our light under a basket (Matthew 5:13-16). In addition, many Christians are unsure whether they know enough to be able to explain and defend their faith with skeptics. They know the basics of salvation but fear being embarrassed by questions they might not be able to answer. The answer is to return to the “gospel” as a “good story.”

Christians Must Stand Boldly for Christ in this Anti-Christian Culture

Christians Must Stand Boldly for Christ in this Anti-Christian Culture

Ours is a day of declining commitment to evangelism, fueled in part by a growing belief that sharing the gospel is wrong in a culture that elevates tolerance above all other values. But the “passive congeniality” that is unwilling to speak of Jesus in everyday conversation is not enough.

Christian Students Nationwide Encouraged to Share Their Faith during ‘Bring Your Bible to School’ Day

Christian Students Nationwide Encouraged to Share Their Faith during ‘Bring Your Bible to School’ Day

The 8th annual event is open to all students, and organizers with Focus on the Family say they hope "it opens doors for students to talk to their friends about the gospel." The event is open to students of all ages, but is mostly done by middle and high school students.

‘To God Be the Glory!’: 6,000 People Surrender Their Lives to Christ during SoCal Harvest

‘To God Be the Glory!’: 6,000 People Surrender Their Lives to Christ during SoCal Harvest

The annual event, which is one of the longest running evangelistic events in the United States, was held in Anaheim California. In a post on Facebook, Laurie celebrated that 6,000 people surrendered their lives to Jesus Christ.

5,000 Professions of Faith Made During Franklin Graham’s ‘God Loves You’ Tour

5,000 Professions of Faith Made During Franklin Graham’s ‘God Loves You’ Tour

The event, which was the first Franklin Graham has hosted since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, spanned 14 days and 8 cities. "Times change, culture changes, but people's need for a relationship with God through his son, Jesus Christ, doesn't change," Graham said.

Why Christians Must Be as Passionately Devoted to Spiritual Dependence as to Public Excellence

Why Christians Must Be as Passionately Devoted to Spiritual Dependence as to Public Excellence

This week we’re focusing on ways to help people turn to God who do not believe they need to turn to God. We have discussed the importance of demonstrating personally the transformation we then invite others to experience and of building relational bridges out of compassion rather than condemnation. Today, let’s embrace excellence with dependence.

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