In the cultural climate of the 21st century unbelievers need to hear the gospel message as much as ever before. However, unlike the world of the mid 20th century, atheists, agnostics, and proponents of false forms of the faith are becoming more evangelistic for their causes. Students, workers and even ministers are being challenged to accept that modern science, philosophy and mere human desire dictate that they should live a life devoid of Christian sacrifice. For this reason, Trinity Crusades for Christ exists. We are happy to assist God’s people by scheduling evangelistic events, Christian defense conferences and personal evangelism training weeks. It is our desire to see the lost embrace the life that Christ died that they might have, and see Christians grow in their knowledge of how to preach and defend that message. If you would like to schedule an event in your community, contact us now. We are excited to work with you.
Below is the text of a Facebook post I made two weeks ago after experiencing what I truly believe was genuine supernatural warfare. I never talk like this. You may review all my previous blog articles and check my social media posts to see that I just don't make claims like this. Nevertheless, what I experienced and reported in the following post is worth recording as an article. Many of you have already read it. If so, please share this with others.
There are several unfortunate beliefs and trends occurring in the church at present that prevent evangelists and evangelistic pastors from seeing those sorts of results they (and God) want. Today, I finally developed the constitution to just say what I think needs to be said on the matter. In my opinion evangelists and evangelistic pastors have become too scared to DRAW THE NET, as the old-timers say.
One scholar has emerged over the past several years with a "revolutionary" explanation. Namely, that Genesis 1 doesn't describe God "making" anything.
Men who smile more, wait patiently for women to finish activities, are nicer, hold doors open for women and "Say a good woman should be put on a pedestal," are involved in an even more "insidious" form of sexism. These are the "benevolent sexists."
Many treat the value of the church no differently than they treat the dollar value menu at McDonald's. They give the same reasons for avoiding the church that they give for avoiding the golden arches. In this way, many in our culture have placed the most important, majestic and glorious earthly organization on par with a place that is known for fries and clowns.
I'm a pretty laid back guy and I expect those who are not Christians to have non-Christian views. But, despite my laid-back-ness, what does irritate me to the point of spilling my coffee is when Christians do not have Christian views. Worse, I can't handle Christians who have non-Christian views and espouse those views with faux piety. Enter - the embarrassed Christian.
In order to have intrinsic meaning or purpose that is REAL a thing needs a designer. A hammer, for example, does not decide to be a hammer. Rather an inventor crafted neutral objects together and then declared the purpose of the new creation. It is a hammer. It is meant to put nail into boards. I am a preacher. In order for that purpose to be real I need an inventor. I needed someone to take some flesh and bone and determine that I would be used for the preaching of the gospel and the defense of the Christian faith. I have purpose for the same reason the hammer does. Namely, an inventor had a purpose in mind.
I became ridiculously productive. I was a checklist-dominating master. More was accomplished during my time serving in that position than I had done in the previous five years. The question that often occurred to me was, “What on earth happened to transform my thinking from apathy to passion in less than a day?” I have determined that there were three simple principles. For these principles to exist, it may seem like the stars need to align, but once they are in place no one needs to motivate you. You will also become a checklist-dominating master of productivity.
The most widespread religious enthusiasm among individuals under the age of ten years old in America is brought about in mid November (at the latest) at the sight of two colors (red and green). Their acceptance of Mr. Claus is completely fueled by faith.
The latest atheist attention grab is taking place in the south. Billboards will be placed in Nashville and Memphis, Tennessee, St. Louis, Missouri and Fort Smith, Arkansas with a picture of a girl writing her annual letter to Santa Claus pleading, "Dear Santa, All I want for Christmas is to skip church! I'm too old for fairy tales." In an article about the stunt, David Silverman is quoted as saying,
Trinity College of the Bible and Theological Seminary is more than a distance learning school. It is a ministry. Our teen suicide prevention prgrams have resulted in countless lives saved in public highschools where few ministries are allowed. Our evangelistic events have been catalysts for revival, salvation and renewal since 1991.
Announcing Trinity Insight: The Home of the Thinking Christian. On this blog you'll find articles, podcasts and videos on theology and ministry issues to learn from and share on social media.
There are a lot of things that those of us in the Christian church culture say as a part of our natural conversation. Some of those things need to go. Let's talk about some of those things on Trinity Insight!
Many atheists say they can be good without God. There certainly seem to be many morally upright people who don't believe in God. So, what should Christians say about this? Find out now on Trinity Insight!
Aside from quoting Scripture, many Christians feel unsure of how to respond to pro-choice arguments. Here we take a look at one of the best extrabiblical responses to the typical defenses of Abortion.
It is often said that Christians and Muslims ultimately worship the same God. Yet, they have very different explanations of his nature. This quick video will explain all you need to know in order to defend the Christian understanding of God the next time someone makes this statement.