Larry Martini describes mercy ministry as, “alleviating physical needs to point people to Christ.” Instead wallowing in guilt or becoming desensitized to the needs in the world around us, we are encouraged to engage the world with passion and with intense acts of love (Luke 10:30-37).
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“Open your eyes… do not go alone… be a sniper. For Christ.” Larry Martini encourages us to be intentional in our relationships and how we go about building our community and evangelizing to others in this coming school year.
Larry Martini begins by tracking down the history of community from the beginning with the relationship between God and His creation. He then explains how this influences our how we evangelize in light of community.
In this talk, Larry Martini compares dangerous motives and Christ-centered motives to share the gospel, concluding that we share our faith because we love God.
Elliot Stokes helps us to fight through the obstacles of self-dependence and insecurity, results of unbelief. He encourages us to set our sight on the power of the cross and not in our self.
Elliot Stokes delves into our fear of evangelism, rooting the biggest source in our hearts. Our pride and desire for the approval of others needs to be crushed and given back to God.
Elliot Stokes presents evangelism, not just for the pros and weirdos, but also for normal regular Christians. Evangelism isn’t just limited to the pulpit, but will look differently according to the gifts of each individual.
In our first Evangelism Training Talk, Elliot Stokes communicates the significance of the gospel in our lives and walks through the bridge diagram.