Things have changed. For years, I have been saying that scarcity leads to clarity and we are feeling that in varying degrees since COVID-19 has changed our world. Scarcity can be painful, but it can also bring us to places we couldn’t imagine. In relation to our mission, now is a moment unlike any other. New opportunities are opening up before us and, church, let’s pursue them together. In this three-part series I am sharing what pivoting looks like in relation to evangelism. You can see Part Onehereand Part Twohere.
Additionally, we are hosting theAmplify 2020 Wheaton Evangelism Leadership Conferencenext week from Tuesday, May 19 – Thursday, May 21. We have an amazing line-up of speakers and are preparing a top-notch interactive experience for you and your church teams. Register today to join us for what I believe will be a truly inspiring event. n his best-selling book The 7 Habits of Highly Successful People, author Stephen Covey simplifies principles for change into seven basic concepts. While each of these statements has its own significance, like "seek first to understand, then to be understood," Covey offers other helpful quotes like this one: "The main thing is to keep the main thing, the main thing."
Today, a lot of things want to crowd their way into the "main thing" spotlight: politics, the pandemic, and personal opinions among them. But for those of us who know Christ, this is the time to be resolute in our devotion to him above all else.
How do we do this in a world filled with angst, opinions, and so much noise?
the years the distinctive power that a certain atmosphere can have on people, has become more and more apparent,and this has meant that institutions, businesses and entertainments centre all use the psychological effect and atmosphere to there advantage .