Make the Moment and Change the Perception of Christians in Your Community

Phil Cooke says:

Politics, the prosperity gospel, movie boycotts, wacky Christian media efforts, and more have only marginalized the Christian community in the eyes of the people we’re supposed to be reaching. But if we would put our money (and time) where our mouth is and impact the local communities around us, people would notice.

Christians certainly benefit personally from faith in Christ, but that’s not our only goal. We should always be ready to share that faith in tangible ways with others so they benefit.

Here’s a video Phil has produced about the Make the Moment movement…

Thoughts?

A move in the right direction?

Todd

One Comments

  • Lci Maranatha July 3, 2013 Reply

    True, and I think the reason why fail to sometimes is simply because we haven’t understood WHY. We haven’t brought ourselves to grasp the reason and rationale behind evangelism. That’s why I love “Tell Them” by Dag Heward-Mills. This book enumerates 120 reasons why we must share the gospel. Great book!
    Be blessed 🙂

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