HOW TO MARK A BOOK OR BIBLE

Rush Bible Study

< 1 minute I love study tools. They have helped me learn, remember, and apply what I’ve studied. Here’s one tool I’ve used from time to time…

CARING FOR CHRISTIANS

CARING FOR CHRISTIANS

Rush Biblical Counseling

4 min to read From time to time we hear wonderful compliments ascribed to the people around us. Sometimes the compliment is about the person’s appearance. Sometimes about his generosity or her gentle spirit. Perhaps above them all, my attention is captured when I hear a person described as a true shepherd.

BOOK REVIEW: NOTHING IN MY HAND I BRING

BOOK REVIEW: NOTHING IN MY HAND I BRING

Rush Books

2 min to read Promoting helpful Christian reading is important part of the Church’s responsibility to promote the announcement of good news. This post aims to promote a well-written resource for those seeking to better understand the differences between Roman Catholic and Protestant beliefs.

DO YOU LOVE TO BE ANGRY?

DO YOU LOVE TO BE ANGRY?

Rush Christian Living

2 min to read You love to be angry, don’t you? Come on – admit it! Even if every once in a while, given particular conditions, you enjoy anger. Strangely, there is something pleasant about it.

A HAPPY CHRISTIAN

A HAPPY CHRISTIAN

Rush Journal, Quotes

< 1 minute On this happy 185th birthday of the incomparable Charles Spurgeon, I believe he was a happy christian despite the dark clouds of depression which often darkened his skies. Happiness in Jesus is a fight, and Spurgeon was an admirable fighter.

FIVE STAGES OF AN EVANGELISTIC CONVERSATION

FIVE STAGES OF AN EVANGELISTIC CONVERSATION

Rush Evangelism

9 min to read For many people, the most difficult part of sharing the gospel with someone is starting a conversation. If you are a Christian, you probably know enough about the gospel to lead someone to Christ. Therefore, the problem is not that the gospel is hard to explain, but the problem of starting a conversation that gives most Christians trouble.

Let’s go back to the basics and make evangelism easy. Basically, an evangelistic conversation is made up of 5 stages.

1. Warm Connection
2. Mutual Interest
3. The Shift
4. Gospel Presentation
5. Questions and Answers.

In this post, we will direct our attention to these stages and explore how they work together.

FORGOT Father’s Day?

FORGOT Father’s Day?

Rush Books

< 1 minute If you failed to get Dad a gift yesterday, Diehard Sins is still available.
Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Diehard-Sins-Wisely-Against-Destructive/dp/1629954853

10 WAYS TO HEAR GOD MORE CLEARLY

10 WAYS TO HEAR GOD MORE CLEARLY

Rush Christian Living

3 min to read In my sermon yesterday, I provided “10 Ways to Hear God More Clearly,” summarized from Thomas Watson’s book Heaven Taken By Storm. And I promised my church that these principles would be posted online, in case they were not able to write them down in the course of my preaching about them.