• Witnessing
    Acts 8 Various methods are employed to communicate the good news of Christ to the lost. Take the Eager-Beaver Approach, for example. "The more scalps, the better." This numerical approach is decision-centered, and little (if any) effort is directed toward follow-up or discipleship or cultivating a relationship. The Harvard Approach is quite different: "Let's all discuss the world's religions." While this reason-centered approach is educational and occasionally quite stimulating, it suffers from one mild drawback—no one ever gets saved! Being sophisticated is more important than telling the truth about sin or heaven or hell. Discussion is in . . . decisions are out. Perhaps the... Read more »