Wednesday Round-Up: A Jesus-Centered Movement; Evangelism as In-Reach. (10/11/17)

  • How does a Jesus-centered movement start?  What does it look like?  What things must it constantly do in order to “get the ball downfield”?  Ed Stetzer recounts the story of John Wimber and the Vineyard movement here, and offers these 10 practices that distinguish a Jesus-centered movement from a movement by any other name.
  • Doug Coe lived a long life of leading others to Christ in a deep, rich, relational, unassuming way.  Here he speaks – toward the end of his life – about how we “do” evangelism “like a fountain”: Evangelism as “in-reach”, not outreach.