Bring The Church To People

Discussion in 'Evangelism' started by Kyle Jenkins, Jul 24, 2013.

  1. Our hearts are to love and reach people in the most unloved and unreached areas. This is a blog about reaching people in out of the box ways. We really believe that most people are not going just show up at our churches. We have to go to them. Our goal is to encourage others to go to people and even come along side them in that process.

    Some of the areas we work in in Dallas.

    Reaching people in the sex industry: We do Brothel outreach and phone call ads to sex ads. We are trying to rescue sex trafficking victims too.

    Loving the gay community: Dallas has the second largest gay community in country. We go to hospice house for people dying of aids among other things.

    Reaching people of all faiths: We go into mosque and temples to build relationships with peoples and learn from them. We also teach people how to befriend other faiths in general.

    New Age: Have outreaches at drum circle Lower Income Apartment Communities: Work with drug addicts, mentally ill, etc..

    Any area of your city can be reached. You just have to go and be willing to be outside the box. Hope this is in encouraging to you. We would love to get more followers for our blog. Following our blog helps us encourage others to join in.

    Our blog is Thank you so much!!
    Roads, Rusty and Jeffin says Amen and like this.
  2. Wow. Just wow. Reaching the world for Jesus through love.
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  3. I have always found it more important to win somebody to Christ and then they will want to go to church with me to grow, many people do not like my view that church is the believers and the church service is for the belivers and I feel we should not bring unbelievers in before we win them to the Lord.
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    thx clark. we dont bring people to church. we try to get them to reach their neighbors and start there own home church. so instead of winning one to christ, we can win many
    Jeffin likes this.
  5. I have long ago found that a good home church is much more biblical and effective than a mainstream one.

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