Perhaps you have a friend on Facebook that is depressed, going through a hard time, or needs to make an important decision soon and doesn't know what to do. Sunday April 21 is Internet Evangelism Day. Here is a simple method for sharing the Gospel on Facebook. This Sunday April 21st is Internet Evangelism Day and April is Digital Outreach Month. One of the ways you may participate is by sharing the Gospel on Twitter and Facebook. Having just returned from a three-country Middle Eastern speaking tour, I cannot help but reflect on how much more complex the situation in the Middle East has become. I call it the lost art of mentorship, because very few seem to understand it today; and the church has not corporately emphasized it since about the third century AD. If you are on Facebook, then you have probably seen at least a few pictures or videos that have spread rapidly as they were shared by thousands of people. In preparation for Internet Evangelism Day which is scheduled for April 21st, I am posting ideas that people can use to build relationships and share their faith. If you have never attended a missions conference, please consider attending one. Missionaries tell inspiring stories of how God is redeeming people around the world as they hear the Gospel. There are probably just as many leadership styles as there are personalities. There are also church traditions and expectations that influence or even dictate certain leadership styles. If you understand this, then you will also understand that there is not one “right” leadership style. If you would like to pray for Ireland, Operation World has a prayer guide for this nation. It recommends prayer for Irish society "be made whole." Only 2 percent of church members invite an unchurched person to church. 98% of church-goers never extend an invitation in a given year. This week Christian radio and TV broadcasters, journalists, and filmmakers have gathered in Nashville for the National Religious Broadcasters Convention If there are 19 churches for every 1 McDonalds, why does the church today have so little influence in our culture? Moreover, when you understand this idea of choices being both free and determined, I don’t think it’s an understatement to say that, when you grasp these concepts Biblically, reformed theology becomes very easy to embrace. Some of us have tried to satisfy our thirst for meaning and purpose through a person, through possessions, or by pursuing pleasure… Hospitality is a natural human tendency implanted by the grace of Jesus Christ within the human heart. We often enjoy sharing our worldly wealth with others.. Everywhere we turn today, someone or something grabs our attention with a promise of a fulfilling life. A life involving peace, contentment, and joy.. Have you ever been lost in a desert? I haven't, but I've heard many stories of less fortunate souls.. It is easy to give thanks to God and praise Him when we are with our brothers and sisters in Christ. However, what about the times when.. When I walked down the aisle to the front of the church during the invitation hymn one bright and sunny Sunday morning in 1998.. Last night I turned on the television and I listened to a candidate who is in the presidential race talking about everything that is wrong in our country and what needed to be done in our country.. A friend of mine had to take her husband to an Urgent Care facility last night because he had hurt his foot. They put stitches in his foot and also gave him a tetanus shot.. I was talking to a friend yesterday who is a manager of a very large store. I asked him if the company gave him a commission or bonus if his store sold a certain amount. He said “They used to do that but they don’t do it anymore”.. Jesus has already sent forth labourers into His harvest and the labourers are every person that has been born again by the blood of Jesus. We are running out of time to tell the good news of a risen Saviour.. When we are sick and have germs we are very careful not to spread them to babies, yet we spread germs of discouragement to new Christians. We spread them by our holier than thou attitudes.. I read about a lady who went on a mission trip several years ago. She was very disturbed, angry and appalled at the living conditions of the children. She prayed and asked God.. During all of those forty plus years I spent in a crippling and devastating depression, not one time did anyone tell me that Jesus loved me..