REACHING THE LOST

FROM THE CHURCH OF CHRIST TO YOUR COMMUNITY

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STRATEGIES FOR EVANGELISM

Reaching the Lost: Accountability Is Scriptural

Reaching the Lost: Accountability Is Scriptural

A child left to himself will bring shame to his mother (Proverbs 29:15). Everyone needs to be accountable to someone. Employees give an accounting of their work. Students give an accounting of their studies. Christians will give an accounting of their lives (Romans...

Reaching the Lost: Aim Small; Miss Small

Reaching the Lost: Aim Small; Miss Small

A hunter is taught, as he raises his rifle and looks through the sights, “Aim small and miss small.” One does not become a good shooter by accident. It comes from a deliberate strategy that involves study, field research, practice, and the actual hunt itself. Brother...

Reaching the Lost: Bible Studies Equal Baptism!

Reaching the Lost: Bible Studies Equal Baptism!

Contacts create prospects and prospects turn into Bible studies. Bible studies produce baptisms, and baptisms are how churches grow. This is the strategy of the House to House/Heart to Heart School of Evangelism. When someone comes forward during the invitation or is...

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ENCOURAGING: SUCCESS STORIES

Encouraging Letter

Encouraging Letter

We usually have more reports than we can include in these pages, but we always want more. This was sent to us and was an encouragement to all of HTH workers. Several said, “Wouldn’t it be wonderful if every congregation could read this?” So we decided to include it:...

First Issue, First Visitor!

First Issue, First Visitor!

Had our first visitor at church Sunday who came from the HTH delivered to his home. Before he left, he said he would see us Wednesday and that he thinks he has found his new church home. Thanks for all you do. Ray Wallace Pine Valley Church of Christ Bayfield, Colorado

Plant, Water, Grow

Plant, Water, Grow

HTH is an active program, not a passive one, as this report from Dalton, Georgia shows. Austin Fowler from the Riverbend church of Christ in Dalton, Georgia, says, “His name is William Holt." "He called the church a little over a month ago because he got something in...