Evangelism: Activity or Lifestyle?

“Let’s be friends,” says the Creator, “and let’s go out together and make some more friends!” Now, doesn’t that sound a little more appealing than: “Let’s go evangelize Africa!” or “We’re going out witnessing on Friday night. Everybody come!”? For one thing, “Go evangelize” sounds more like an activity than a lifestyle. Not to mention …

“I’ve Got A Friend You Should Meet”

Christianity isn’t a guilt-ridden religion; instead it’s the only effective way to get rid of our guilt. Guilting ourselves into sharing our faith––or into any other spiritual practice for that matter––is not sustainable. Shouldn’t our efforts to influence people toward God be more like inviting them into a cool river on a sweltering summer day? …

Where The Action Is

If we’re “sick” of our domesticated Christianity, maybe it’s because we’re sequestered somewhere in the center instead of living out on the edge where the action is, where our friendship with Jesus is best and our chances of enticing others into his friendship is maximized. It’s out there on the daring edge where we’re most …