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Reaching the world with the Gospel

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If you’ve ever wished you could get a little help to begin to introduce the Gospel to:

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We’ve got some good info to share: On our radio station’s website, we’ve added some resources for you to begin to reach out to specific people groups and begin to have those conversations based on what they believe – or don’t believe – about God. It’s part of a larger effort to do our part to equip the Bride of Christ in these confusing times.

We’re going to spend the first segment today talking about reaching Muslims with the Word of God. Joining us today is Elijah Abraham, who was once a Muslim. Born and raised in Baghdad, Elijah is now a born-again Christian and today is the founder and executive director of Living Oasis Ministries, reaching Muslims with the Gospel. Abraham is part of Biblical Missiology, a group dedicated to shining the light of truth on a movement called Chrislam, the blending of Christianity and Islam that has been infesting the Body of Christ and is a growing concern.

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2 Responses to “Reaching the world with the Gospel”

  1. Tom Skylark #

    Do a radio program on Russia in Bible prophecy explaining how close we are to the 7 year tribulation after God destroys Gog's Russia's army. (Ezekiel 38:18-23 & Ezekiel 39:9) Russia's army destruction marks the beginning of the 7 year tribulation so (1 Thessalonians 4:16-17) will occur sometime before Russia's destruction.
    http://www.raptureforums.com/forum/israel-middle-… (post 5)

    August 19, 2013 at 1:45 PM
  2. Believers really should be sharing the gospel to a greater extent, as long as it's not "The Four Spiritual Laws" variety, which is completely man-centered rather than God-centered.

    I'll probably get flack for that statement, but it's demonstrably true.

    Very few Christians, percentage wise, EVER share the good news.

    July 2, 2013 at 3:02 AM