Brave Brazilian missionary’s astonishing outreach to cannibal tribes in the African jungle.
“To see the fruit of Dad and Mum’s hard work and to be able to take part in the great harvest – it’s humbling and thrilling.”
How would you describe the gospel in Australia? How do we get Christians to want to share it again? This question can be asked in any culture and at any time. The Bible gives us explicit instructions about proclaiming salvation and making disciples of all the nations.
“Our key market is people wanting to learn what God has done and can do in the future that might lead young people to a proclamation of evangelism.”
Franklin Graham’s humanitarian work inspires northern Italy’s biggest evangelical festival.
Dr Kameel Majdali, the founder of Teach all Nations ministry joined Neil Johnson, host of 20Twenty for a special live streamed event hosted at Vision’s studios. This article covers the special Q & A segment where listeners were able to have their questions answered by Kameel on the topic of the British Monarchy.
Do you think our world is bad today? Do you think we’re in trouble? Do you think we’re facing turmoil? Some might say we’re a walk in the park compared to first century Rome! The family was breaking down, the social structure was disintegrating and basic moral values were drifting by the wayside.
You don’t have to look any further than the most recent headlines to see that we live in uncertain times. Many people think the world has never been more hostile to Christians than it is now, especially since the cancel culture continues to target people who aren’t seen as politically correct.
Dressing up on the street to act out something that connects people to the message of the gospel is an interesting idea, and Titanic Evangelism does just that.
Have you ever struggled to share your own testimony? Well, Easter is the perfect time to start!
Islam is the most common religion in their North African country, but in the community garden men come and discuss the Bible and the Qur’an seeking answers.
It’s not the Hallmark romcoms. It’s not the soapy romantic novels. The greatest love story was that baby that laid in the manger, exposed and vulnerable. God was laying bare His heart to us.
The Bahamas’ Abaco Islands suffered from the worst hurricane last year. OM’s Logos Hope brought much needed hope to the community.
Jesus was born to die so we could live! How can we respond to this Gospel, and help others receive this wonderful Good News this Christmas?
Telling your story is a powerful bridge for the gospel message. But how do you do it? Pastor Greg Laurie shares.
If there is one season in which Christians should be active, it is Christmas. Along with Easter, Christmas is a season that Christians should own. After all, if it wasn’t for Jesus coming to this earth, we would not have any season at all. Yet over the years this has been overtaken by commercialism. It’s time to reclaim Christmas for Jesus.
As Christians we have all been given the Great Commission to preach the Gospel (Mark 16:15). But just what is the Gospel and how can you share? Here are four ways.
“Jesus loves you.” How were these three words food for Barbara Holland and a passerby she gave a ride to?
A famous artist. A heady hippie lifestyle. That all came to an abrupt end when Barbara Holland got a divorce in her fifties. But she found a new beginning and an extraordinary adventure when she gave her heart away.
Gang raped, abused, addicted to drugs, Hell’s Angels member and diagnosed with paranoid schizophrenia. There was really nothing much Helen wanted to live for and she did not. But an encounter changed it all.
If the Bible is God’s Word, why are there so many errors or contradictions? Is it even God’s Word? These and other important Bible questions answered.
Believers gathered in small groups, in parks, at public places, enthroning God’s presence in worship. What if these are the sparks of revival?
Have you ever felt a familiar nervousness or awkwardness when you know that there may be a window of opportunity to tell a friend or colleague about Jesus?
God’s instructions to the people was to impart their faith, and live it out in front of their children, but that’s just not happening in most Aussie families these days.
Covid is revealing that people’s jobs and money are just sand. They’re looking for a rock to build on – the hope of the Gospel.