Evangelism/Mission

 

In Thankfulness for Ravi Zacharias

by Joe Boot

May 21, 2020

This week (May 19) saw the sudden passing of one of the most important and significant evangelists of the last half-century, Ravi Zacharias, at just 74 years of age. Ravi’s battle with a rare and aggressive cancer was very brief, being diagnosed in March this year, just a few months after stepping down as president […]

 

Foundations for Cultural Engagement

by Joe Boot

March 25, 2020

At ReformCon 2019, Joe Boot explains that without freedom to live as Christians in every area of society, engaging in culture becomes a moot point.

 

Evangelism as Warfare

by Cory McKenna and Ryan Eras

February 14, 2020

Have we developed a peacetime mentality in a wartime reality? Cory McKenna of the Cross Current discusses the biblical basis for doing evangelism, the need to normalize evangelism as a discipline of Christian life, and evangelism as warfare, taking the gospel into enemy-occupied territory.

 

For Mission: The Need for Scriptural Cultural Theology

by Joe Boot

September 27, 2018

The fullness and vigour of Christianity has been in decline in the life of the West, the application of gospel truths often limited to personal evangelism and our personal prayer life. But this is a radically narrow view of the Christian mission. In the biblical narrative we see a vision for the mission of God's people that is nothing less than the faithful worship of God in every area of life and culture – in our laws, educational institutions, politics, and arts, to name just a few. This short book seeks to reintroduce the full scope of the mission, challenging the common assertion that the gospel has nothing to say outside the walls of the church.

 

Evangelism and Pluralism

by Joe Boot and Steven Martins

October 23, 2015

Should Christians practice evangelism in a pluralistic context, where different worldviews and value systems abound? If so, how do we go about it?