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Lutheran Liturgy and Evangelism
The life of every Christian is to be living sacrifice, out of worship to a good and gracious God. But as Christians gather for public worship in church, what is the point of maintaining Lutheran liturgy? Is it meant to ...
Saving Souls or Stealing Sheep: An Inquiry
Evangelizing to members of other Christian Church bodies—is it something Wisconsin Synod congregations should be practicing? Ken Cherney weighs the scriptural principals that apply to both sides of this question. He examines ...
St. Paul's Ethic of Becoming All Things to All Men
Two very specific cultures made up a majority of the Christian churches in the New Testament era post Christ: Jewish converts and Gentile believers. Our present day congregations are also made up of a wide variety of ...
Reaching Muslims With the Gospel
They may be your neighbors or your coworkers, but no matter what the context, they are people in desperate need of hearing about their Savior. Muslims are a unique group in the category of “all people” with whom the Gospel ...
A Bi-Level Called Ministry in our World Mission Churches: An Evaluation of the Use of Full Time Evangelists
E.H. Wendland examines and weighs the pros and cons of the Evangelist program in the LCCA and the church in Colombia. He briefly describes the history which surrounded the creation of this bi-level calling system and poses ...