The Evangelist and Sound Doctrine

One of the criticisms that are levied against the modern church by unbelievers is that the church is no different than the unbelievers, and at times, unbelievers tend to be more righteous than the saints. The abundance of scandals that most church leaders have been caught in is very surprising. A holy institution that is … Continue reading The Evangelist and Sound Doctrine

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Of Training Church Leaders

The spiritual call to leadership in the church is a serious vocation. God entrusts the care of souls to the under-shepherds who represents the Chief and Good Shepherd, the Lord Jesus Christ himself. Thus, church leaders have a God-given mandate to take care of the flock of God and to feed and nourish it for … Continue reading Of Training Church Leaders

Jesus Is Not Coming Again To Preach the Gospel

He came not to judge the world! His mission was to save the world (John 3:16-17). The gospel writers make it quite clear that Christ Jesus came to seek and to save that which was lost (Luke 19:10). The apostle Paul wrote, "Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners" (1 Timothy 1:15). Throughout … Continue reading Jesus Is Not Coming Again To Preach the Gospel

Biblical Praying Leads to Active Witnessing

The church today is a hive of activity. From the established to free churches, our present generation is a generation that does not get satisfaction from sitting. They are motivated and driven. Certain desires move this generation to seek and pursue spiritual matters. As we can all agree, the young men and women in our … Continue reading Biblical Praying Leads to Active Witnessing

Not “Evangelism Talk” but Evangelizing

Today, I am going to share with you the third key that I discovered in my studies of the Gospels and Acts. Please take note that these key concepts are not presented here in a systematic order, but, this we will do should the Lord permits us. It is amazing how there exists today large … Continue reading Not “Evangelism Talk” but Evangelizing

Great Commission Christians: Their Spiritual Habits

There is no doubt that Great Commission Christians have certain spiritual attributes that set them apart from non-evangelistically motivated Christians. This owes to a number of varying reasons such as lack of training, lack of motivation, lack of an evangelistic urgency and a lack of spiritual vision, etc. In this topic, we are going to … Continue reading Great Commission Christians: Their Spiritual Habits

False Teachers and the Christian Duty in Times of Apostasy 1: A Study of Jude

The Bible is a profound book full of the mysteries of God. When read in the interest of true spirituality, its teachings are able to make one "wise unto salvation" and to turn one from the deadly path of spiritual error into the pathways of truth and righteousness. Without its spirit-inspired guidance, the believer's life … Continue reading False Teachers and the Christian Duty in Times of Apostasy 1: A Study of Jude