Why are so few of our neigGod’s message has not changed—but our culture has.
In the book of Acts, we see amazing things happening! The church was vibrant and life-changing, with new converts being added daily. It was a force to be reckoned with, and even the authorities were alarmed.
But that was a long time ago. . .
Today, we see few of our unbelieving neighbors coming to faith and joining our conservative Anabaptist fellowships. What has changed? Do we need more programs? Is it a lack of passion for the lost? Or are our neighbors simply distracted by sports, ease, and electronic entertainment? In other words—is it their problem, or ours?
In this thought-provoking book, Gary Miller takes a closer look at these sobering questions. To help us understand the spiritual condition of America and how to respond to people’s questions, he reviews some of the calls received by Christian Aid Ministries’ Billboard Evangelism program. He also explores ways to reach out to our neighbors, emphasizing how we can use our homes to effectively share the Gospel in these last days—right here in America!hbors joining our Anabaptist churches? Are we not passionately reaching out to them with the Gospel, or are they becoming increasingly indifferent? Does the problem lie with us or with them? To better understand our neighbors and learn how to reach out to them, the author reviews some of the calls received by Christian Aid Ministries’ Billboard Evangelism program.