Resources on Evangelism

Definition of a Christian

By Charlie Wingard · December 17, 2013 · 0 Comments
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‘If you were to ask me to give a definition of a Christian I should say that he is on who, since believing in Christ, feels himself to be the happiest man in the world and longs for everyone else to be equally happy.” – Martyn Lloyd-Jones in Ian H. Murray’s The Life of Martyn Lloyd-Jones, 1899-1981 (Banner of Truth, 2013), 53.

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A Gospel Encounter that Changed the World

By Charlie Wingard · November 11, 2013 · 0 Comments
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In the first half of the 20th century, millions of Russians disappeared into the gulags of the Soviet police state. Many of these were condemned on trumped up charges. Unjustly declared enemies of the state, they became victims of communism’s cruel tyranny. Still, in the midst of horrible evil, faithful men proclaimed Christ. And one extraordinary encounter changed not only a man but also the world. James Montgomery Boice recalls: “One of the inmates of the notorious Russian prisons was a Jewish doctor by the name of Boris Nicholayevich Kornfeld. He was a political prisoner of the Stalinist era. But he was treated better than most simply because doctors were scarce. Guards got sick as well as prisoners, and no…

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