The Gospel of the Kingdom Will Be Preached

And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in all the world as a witness to all the nations, and then the end will come. Matthew 24:14

Gospel of the Kingdom Will be Preached Articles

08/31/2010 19:00
From Charisma:  A charismatic pastor says Muslims in Dearborn, Mich., a heavily Islamic Detroit suburb, are showing a surprising openness to the gospel, with more than a dozen coming to Christ during a recent evangelistic event. Barbara J. Yoder, senior pastor of Shekinah Christian Church...
08/24/2010 22:59
From TWO DISTINCT MOVES During the next few decades there will be two distinct moves of the Holy Spirit across the church in Great Britain.  The first move will affect every church that is open to receive it and will be characterized by a restoration...
08/20/2010 22:50
From Charisma:  Christians ministering quietly in the Middle East say Muslims are coming to Christ at an unprecedented pace despite intense persecution of those who leave Islam. "Probably in the last 10 years, more Muslims have come to faith in Christ than in the last 15 centuries of...
08/20/2010 22:35
From Charisma:  Residents in the Nigerian village of Karu are seeing an outpouring of healing miracles, with the deaf hearing, lame walking and a man healed of mental illness. So says Daniel Kolenda, an evangelist with Christ for All Nations, a Florida-based ministry founded by Reinhard...
08/19/2010 21:35
From Ministry Today:  The majority of evangelical Americans did not vote for Barack Obama to be president. He knows that. But all Christians know they should pray for him (see 1 Tim. 2:1-2). Paul’s admonition came when Caesar was emperor. We aren’t required to agree with our leaders; but we...
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02/26/2011 12:48
From YNetNews:  Prominent rabbis from the Lithuanian ultra-Orthodox sector have offered their own curious interpretations for the upheaval that is spreading through the Middle East, stating that the events are a clear proof that a higher power is at work.  The cellular portal Haredim,...

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Daniel 12:3

Those who are wise will shine as bright as the sky, and those who lead many to righteousness will shine like the stars forever.

Six Tips to Start Witnessing

From Charisma:

The biggest roadblock to evangelism is beginning a conversation. Here’s how to get started.

I know many Christians who want to share their faith, but they struggle with finding a way to begin. There is no specific formula. God wants us to be spontaneous as we trust Him to give us the words. 

These suggestions will help you start the conversation:

1. Discuss spirituality. You might ask, “Do you attend church anywhere?” Regardless of the answer, try to steer away from getting caught up in a discussion about religion or “your” church. Many people have had negative church experiences. But this can still be a great door opener. Keep the focus on Christ because religion doesn’t change lives, Jesus does.

2. Find common ground. “Where did you grow up? Tell me about your family, where you went to school and your job.” People love to talk about themselves. Asking engaging questions about someone’s life (and being a great listener) equips you to identify needs and life experiences. This enables you to understand how your testimony relates to their situation.

3. Be sincerely honest. Say: “I’m sorry that I haven’t talked to you about something really important that has happened in my life” or “I’m so nervous to discuss this, but it’s something I feel I have to do.” 

Be open about your feelings of fear and intimidation. This is especially important when talking to family members and friends: those you’ve known a long time. Sharing your faith with a family member can be difficult.

4. Pray before a meal. Say: “I always pray before I eat, and I was wondering if you have any specific prayer request.” To some people you meet only once, such as a restaurant server, you will be amazed how offering to pray for them leads to open doors to share your faith. Numerous waitresses have broken down in tears and shared their deepest pain after I have asked this question.

5. Ask their permission. “Can I tell you an unbelievable story?” Everyone loves a good story, and this works with close friends or even casual acquaintances. 

Explain candidly how you realized your need for Christ and what a relationship with Him means to you. Offer to pray with them to accept Jesus.

6. Be completely blunt. “Have you given your entire life to Jesus Christ?” Some people really respond to this approach even though it is not as common. 

You don’t always have the time to develop a lengthy conversation with a passing stranger, yet the Holy Spirit wants you to share with them. In such an encounter, this may be your only chance. Swallow your fears and share your faith with confidence.


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08/13/2014 21:44
Last week a judge in Tennessee upheld that state’s Constitutional authority to define marriage as the union of a man and a woman. Though the decision was made a week ago, it has only now been made available electronically. The case involved a same-sex couple married in Iowa that sought a divorce...
08/09/2014 22:27
[Friday's] win shuts down FFRF's first-of-its-kind attempt to make the tax man into a sermon-censorship board. (Washington, DC)—[On Friday], a federal judge in Wisconsin dismissed the Freedom from Religion Foundation's (FFRF) attempt to use the IRS as a weapon to censor houses of worship who...
07/10/2014 20:37
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and four gay rights groups withdrew their previous support for the Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA) on Tuesday, citing the Supreme Court’s recent Hobby Lobby ruling. The ACLU, Lambda Legal, the National Center for Lesbian Rights, Gay & Lesbian...
07/09/2014 20:09
A last ditch attempt to include the qualification of "various forms of the family" failed at the eleventh hour. The resolution passed by a comfortable margin, with 26 votes for, 14 against, and 6 abstentions. It was greeted by thunderous applause. UN HR Council(New York, NY)—The United Nations put...
12/03/2013 21:44
Florida's Capitol building in Tallahassee will become home to a Christmas Nativity scene beginning on Tuesday. The privately funded display of religion in Florida's public square has been hosted by the Florida Nativity Scene Committee and facilitated by the Thomas More Society, a Chicago-based...
12/02/2013 21:20
Last week the Assemblies of God executive leadership hosted the executive leadership of the Church of God in Christ (COGIC) at the AG national office in Springfield, Mo. The historic meeting marks the first time the full leadership of these Pentecostal movements--two of the largest in the...
03/09/2013 20:07
The House has sent a bill to Gov. Phil Bryant that could legalize student prayer before school audiences. Senate Bill 2633 is also meant to guarantee religious freedom in Mississippi public schools, ensuring students can talk about spiritual beliefs and not be deprived of their rights. The House...
12/26/2012 18:14
A Gallup poll released Monday says the U.S. is still "a largely Christian nation," though it is Mormons who are most likely to view their beliefs as an important part of their daily lives. According to the research, 77 percent of America's adult population identifies with a Christian religion....
11/26/2012 20:35
We confess idolatry, witchcraft, political hypocrisy, dishonesty, intrigue' Should a president lead citizens in a national prayer of repentance? Uganda's Christian president believes so. The Ugandan newssite New Vision reports President Yoweri Museveni celebrated Uganda's 50th anniversary...
01/09/2012 21:22
DW_World:  Iraq's Interior Ministry has issued a public apology for acts committed during the era of the late dictator Saddam Hussein. The apology was timed to coincide with the 90th anniversary of the Iraqi police force on Monday. "The security forces apologize for getting implicated in...
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