REACHING THE LOST

FROM THE CHURCH OF CHRIST TO YOUR COMMUNITY

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STRATEGIES FOR EVANGELISM

Reaching the Lost: Graduating New Converts!

Reaching the Lost: Graduating New Converts!

The New Converts Class (Growing in Christ) is the most comfortable room in the church building. It is a place where spiritual babes are nursed with the sincere milk of the Word to a point where they can eat meat. These classes are vital for retention and growth. It is...

Reaching the Lost: Troubleshooting Visitors

Reaching the Lost: Troubleshooting Visitors

Visitors are untapped contacts in most congregations. It is inexcusable for visitors to walk in and walk out without a congregational plan to prospect them. Visitors are the hottest contacts and easiest prospects a congregation can possibly find. They can account for...

Reaching the Lost: Evangelistic Bible Camps

Reaching the Lost: Evangelistic Bible Camps

The church of Christ is an aging army. If we do not actively pursue and train new recruits, we will suffer great loss in our battle for souls. Sadly, the stats bear this out as now 60 percent of our units are 50 years and older, while only 13 percent are under age 30....

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ENCOURAGING: SUCCESS STORIES

Great News Heard at Polishing the Pulpit

Great News Heard at Polishing the Pulpit

Polishing the Pulpit (PTP) was a huge success this year. With 250 speakers delivering 650 lessons to 5,300 attendees from 46 states and 14 foreign countries, it was a wonderful time of edification, education, and fellowship. One of the great benefits of meeting so...

Good News Back from the Field!

Good News Back from the Field!

Long Drive to get HTH in Cambodia We mailed the April issue of House to House to a church in Cambodia. This was the first time anyone in that country has received House to House/Heart to Heart. I recently asked their preacher if he had received the copies. He said no....

Good News Back from the Field!

Good News Back from the Field!

Knocking DoorsWe were encouraged on Saturday to see two Facebook posts, back to back, from two states, and two different congregations who use House to House. These congregations were out door knocking in their communities, following up with their mailings, and taking...