Evangelicals and charismatics understand very well the individual dimension of the gospel, i.e. the personal and private need of the cross. We are sinners in need of salvation. We are lost and need to be found. We need to discover who we are and why we are here. The cross
Tag: Great Commission
Transformation is God’s ultimate aim in creation. Yes, that includes people from every nation coming to a saving faith in Christ. It requires new churches being planted. Hungry people fed. These are all important, but they are not God’s ultimate aim. They should be viewed as essential “parts,” not ends.
Darrow recently took time from a busy speaking schedule in Australia to be interviewed by Matt Prater at History Makers Radio. Matt asks Darrow about his personal journey and what message he was bringing to Australia. Darrow also explains why Enron’s failure was more devastating for America than the 9/11 attacks.
Kudos to Dr. Christian Overman for this excellent post on the Great Commission. If you find his thought intriguing, you will want to read the soon-to-be-published book by Darrow on the Great Commission. We hope to have an expected release date soon. Of course, Scott Allen’s just-released Beyond the Sacred
Dr. Richard Edlin, President of Edserv International, recently wrote a very fine article, IS CULTURAL ENGAGEMENT BIBLICAL? Anyone interested in the concept of “cultural engagement” and whether it has a valid place in gospel ministry would do well to read this paper. Edlin points to the link between Matthew 28 and Genesis