Around the Horn (February 8)

How Spurgeon Got His Congregation

“Spurgeon regularly reminded his people that evangelism isn’t just for pastors. Rather, all Christians—men, women, and children—are called to proclaim the gospel wherever the Lord places them. So many testimonies from the Metropolitan Tabernacle tell of the faithfulness of ordinary Christians to share the gospel.”

Evangelistic Expository Preaching

In this post, Garrett Kell claims, “I want to suggest another way that we should think of our obligations in preaching to both Christians and non-Christians. We will proceed with the conviction that the converted and the unconverted need preaching in which the fullness of God’s Word is exposed and the atoning work of Christ explored.”

Listen with Active Ears

“People love to share the details of their story with anyone who will listen, but you’re not anyone—you have been entrusted with the one answer that everyone needs: the Good News of the person and work of Jesus Christ! Entry gates will always be there in conversations with your neighbor. Do you love them enough to take the time and make the investment to listen with active ears?”

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