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If you call yourself a Christian, then you have been given a command by Jesus to “Go and make disciples of all nations…” (Matthew 28:19). This is what Jesus Himself told His eleven disciples before He ascended to heaven.   He also explained what it meant for a disciple to be made: they have to…

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If you call yourself a Christian, then you’re called to make disciples. And making disciples means that you’ll be communicating to those who don’t know Jesus. Here are 4 steps in engaging your neighbours.

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The Whole Gospel for the Whole World – An Interview with Jason Roberts of the Wagner Hills Farm Society Dr. Neufeld’s one-week series discussing the essential components for any gospel centred ministry. Featuring interviews with Christian ministry leaders from across the country.

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The Whole Gospel for the Whole World – An Interview with Barry Slauenwhite, CEO of Compassion Canada. Dr. Neufeld’s one-week series discussing the essential components for any gospel centred ministry. Featuring interviews with Christian ministry leaders from across the country.

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Why Worldviews? If you’re one of the few listeners who started listening to indoubt from the very beginning, this episode will sound eerily similar to one you’ve heard. That’s because it is. Last year we recorded a two-week series with Steve Kim (an associate at Apologetics Canada) called What Do I Say? The content of these…

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Today, if you didn’t already know, is Ascension Day. Ascension Day is mostly celebrated by Roman Catholics, in which Jesus is remembered as the God-man who, after forty days in His resurrected state, ascended into heaven in front of His disciples (Luke 24:50-53; Acts 1:6-11). It is a whole day dedicated to remember the exaltation…

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Most evangelical Protestants celebrate four to five special Christian days a year. Have we lost the importance of them? For example, today is Ascension Day, and the truths that are revealed are so important for the church to reflect on and remember.

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Culture and Patience People hate waiting.   It seems as though 90% of new inventions are for the purpose of making a task perform at a greater speed.   Look at the wonderful invention of the telephone. This is an example of an invention that introduced a quicker way to do something. In this case,…

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