REACHING THE LOST

FROM THE CHURCH OF CHRIST TO YOUR COMMUNITY

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STRATEGIES FOR EVANGELISM

Reaching the Lost: Why Do We Call Them “Prospects?”

Reaching the Lost: Why Do We Call Them “Prospects?”

A few years ago, I was able to visit Alaska. I had always wanted to do a little gold prospecting. I found a place that provided the pay dirt, pan, water, and a little training. I took the pay dirt and placed it in my pan and added water. Prospecting takes time as you...

Reaching the Lost: One Step at a Time

Reaching the Lost: One Step at a Time

The teaching of an HTHSOE seminar can be overwhelming for the audience. One member who attended recently said it was like watching a July 4 fireworks display. You love to see it and try desperately to take it all in, but when it is over, it is hard to remember the...

Reaching the Lost: A Congregational Conversion

Reaching the Lost: A Congregational Conversion

“Now hath God set the members every one of them in the body, as it hath pleased Him” (1 Corinthians 12:18). The church has everything she needs to carry out the mission of Christ. When we all work together, Satan cannot win. There is no event in life that moves the...

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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...