This article taps into church history to look at how the persecuted early church became the popular faith. The author relates this to the church today, which once again feels marginalized. Looking at what made Christianity attractive in the times of the early church, this article draws lessons for how the church can witness today.
This article discusses the topic of evangelism, highlighting that most individuals are first introduced to church through friends or relatives. The author discusses guidelines for sharing the gospel with people around you.
This article evaluates modern methods of evangelism which seek to contextualize Jesus. Modern pop culture "celebrates" Jesus in many ways - but is this biblical?
What exactly did Paul mean when he said, "I have become all things to all people, so that by all possible means I might save some" (1 Corinthians 9:19-22)? This statement does not intimate compromising the gospel or using worldly methods of witnessing. This article looks at Paul's life and preaching in order to rightly understand this statement.
This article looks at the advantages and disadvantages of the mother-daughter model of church planting.
This article looks at some of the steps the Orthodox Presbyterian Church usually take when starting a church planting.