Archive Monthly Archives: July 2013

July 13, 2013

Arlington Baptist Church
Knoxville, Tenn.
Tim Guthrie, pastor

On the return trip from children’s camp, a young lady on the bus began asking the other children about salvation. Though the adults on the bus were attentive to the details of the conversation, they were so impressed with how the children were handling it that they let them go to see if they could lead another child to the Lord — and they did. The girl accepted Christ as her Lord and Savior and will soon follow with believer’s baptism.

Evangelism soars in the Andes

July 12, 2013

by Norm Miller

Winter at high altitude. No heat in the hostel. No hot shower — for five weeks. A foreign language. Indigenous food. A completely different culture.

Why endure all that?

For Truett-McConnell College students Rachel Johnson and Cara Cole, this is exactly what they experienced in the Andes Mountains – all for the sake of the Gospel. Continue reading

VBS wins mixed-race parents, others to Christ

July 11, 2013

Ebenezer Baptist Church
Indian Trail, N. Car.
Pastor Tim Rogers

Our recent Vacation Bible School included the usual Thursday night Gospel presentation. Using the F-A-I-T-H outline, I spoke in simple language as the audience had 6-year-olds in it.

After the presentation I asked the question: “Would you like to repent of your sins and ask Jesus to come into your heart?” Then, I asked everyone to bow their heads and close their eyes. I explained that we were not about to do anything that was magical, but that Jesus would hear their prayer if they had prayed to him. After the prayer, I explained how they needed to make their decision public. Continue reading