【Gen Z】Evangelism and Gen Z — Pt.1: Three Essential Affirmations

By: Samuel Aragones 2022-06 In my youth programs, I always try to institute some form of Q&A Night, where students and parents get to send in anonymous questions regarding life, faith, and the Bible. And one of the most frequently asked questions I get from pastors, parents, and students is: “How on earth do I share the gospel?” This is a broad topic and one many have dealt with far better than I could. Still, my hope in writing and addressing this topic of evangelism (or “sharing the gospel”) with Generation Z is that I wish to offer my particular perspective as a Millennial pastor who serves in

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【Immigrants from Mainland China】 Knowing Them More, Loving Them More in Practice, Sharing Gospel to Them

Lu Shi  2022-04 The perspective of Culture and History Dear readers, just wonder if you share the same thoughts? Life and work are not easy for new immigrants to Canada, it takes time and effort to make headway. Yet, cultural assimilation does not take a foothold easily despite hard work and time commitment. Assimilating into the Western culture is not easy, the same applies to getting acquainted with new immigrants from mainland China. And without an in-depth understanding of Chinese culture and history, it is no easy task to get to the heart of these gospel friends. Culture and history are deeply intertwined. Culture arises from history, exists

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Immigrants from China: Knowing them more, loving them more in practice, sharing gospel to them

Perspective of Living and Working – by Xiao Bing 2022-03, 228 Dear readers, we are glad to start introducing a more systematic aspect of the mainland Chinese immigrants of Canada, this is a relatively broad approach due to limitation of coverage. Our main focus will be on the practical interactions with them in the prospect of building better connection and caring. Paul said, “… I have become all things to all people, that by all means I might save some.” (I Corinthian 9:22) It has not been easy for brothers and sisters with background of Hong Kong, Taiwan, Southeast Asia to become mainland Chinese, and even though some

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