In the previous column, I noted evangelism is alive and well even though it may not look like “old-fashioned soul-winning.” Instead, the 21st century approach is imbedded in
PHOENIX (RNS) Faced with continuing declines in membership and baptisms, Southern Baptist Convention President Steve Gaines implored delegates to the denomination's yearly meeting to turn
Faith remains intact when believers focus on God rather than on circumstance, speakers emphasized at this year’s Missouri Baptist Convention evangelism conference Feb. 5-6. With the theme, "Furnace," the annual event was held at Ridgecrest Baptist Church in Springfield, Mo.
One of the world's 7,000 languages dies every 14 days, and nearly half of the total likely will disappear by the next century, according to a recent National Geographic magazine story. Even if researchers are correct about the death rate, thousands of languages will survive.
By Bill Webb Word&Way Editor COLUMBIA — Clyde Chiles has seen a lot of changes in evangelistic approaches in his 52 years as an active vocational evangelist. But he believes the message must not change, and evangelists always must demonstrate integrity. Chiles, one of