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Rich Richardson in his book Reimaging Evangelism, said, “The time has come because the old pictures and practices aren’t responding. And people in the church aren’t excited or engaged. Many believers are as uncomfortable with and turned off by evangelism as the irreligious are. The time has come because our culture is shifting. We are moving from a modern, rationalistic, technique-oriented culture to a more imaginative, experiential and story-oriented culture. Our memorized scripts and canned techniques may have helped an older generation reach out to the unchurched, but at this point in history, our techniques and scripts are more a hindrance than a help.” (p.15-16)
Are the old methods of evangelism relevant today? What is the receptivity of today’s culture to the Gospel? Do we need to create new paradigms for this generation? Is it our failure to listen to the move of the Holy Spirit?
Please join us for what I believe is a timely discussion on how do we share the Good News.
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