Evangelism for Introverts

As an introvert who continues to struggle with my condition, I found a lot to like in this two-part post from Holly Ordway: an introvert’s perspective on sharing your faith in public. Here are some highlights: So when I was an atheist, I would have responded very badly indeed to a Cheerful Extrovert for Jesus trying to get me into More …

Christians Apologize at a Gay Pride Parade

Well, now, here’s a different way for Christians to approach the whole homosexuality issue: Apologizing: This past weekend Chicago, along with many other US cities, celebrated Gay Pride with a parade. As a part of the weekend, Nathan and a group of over 30 Christians from various Chicago churches went to demonstrate at the Gay Pride Parade with the Marin More …

Franklin Graham is Not So Easy to Ditch

Image by roberthuffstutter via Flickr A couple of days ago I linked to the story about Franklin Graham being disinvited from the National Day of Prayer service at the Pentagon because he had made some less-than-complementary comments about Muslims. Well, Graham demonstrated that he doesn’t need any stinking invitation to pray by showing up at the Pentagon anyway: Evangelist Franklin More …

Street Preachers

The Gospel.com blog has a post about the good, old-fashioned, bullhorn wielding street preacher: This method of spreading the Gospel doesn’t sit well with me. It’s always awkward and always uncomfortable. I find it rather telling that whenever I encounter someone like this the only people giving them serious attention are other Christians. Christians who are desperately attempting to ascertain More …