Category: Evangelism

The Whipping Boy of Baptists

Obadiah Holmes:                                                                                                   The “Whipping Boy” of Baptists in Early America by Ron F. Hale Ron serves on staff of a church in his hometown of Jackson, Tenn. During […]

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Soul winner: Harry Williams

by Dan Nelson For 28 years, Dan Nelson has served as pastor of First Baptist Church in Camarillo, Calif. Pastor Nelson will submit a series of posts to SBCToday about people who influenced him for the sake of evangelism.   Harry Williams was a successful California pastor who became director of evangelism for the California […]

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Late Shift Evangelism and Outreach

By Johnathan Pritchett We often hear two things about the economy. These days, the first thing you are likely to hear is that the economy is bad. This may be a temporary condition that could get better. The other thing, which is more often heard about the economy in general during any climate is that […]

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Haven’t Heard – Part 2

Adam Harwood, PhD Assistant Professor of Christian Studies Truett-McConnell College Cleveland, Georgia Haven’t Heard – Part 1 The previous article asks: “How does God deal with people who die without hearing the gospel?” They can be placed into two groups, the uncondemned and the unreached. The uncondemned are comprised of infants, young children, and the […]

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Haven’t Heard

Adam Harwood, PhD Assistant Professor of Christian Studies Truett-McConnell College Cleveland, Georgia This is the first article in a two-part series. Part one considers the eternal destiny of the uncondemned, comprised of infants, young children, and the mentally incompetent. Part two will consider the unreached, people who are morally accountable to God but die without […]

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