This Sunday morning the plan is to dive back into the book of Ephesians right where we left off in late November, working our way through the ministry gifts, resuming with the gift of evangelists.
The term evangelist literally translated means “messenger of good”
How much does the Bible have to say about Church government and how these gifts are to operate together?
How about the modern “televangelist”? Is this a legitimate expression of the biblical gift?
How many of these t.v. preachers are delivering “good news”?
Who said, "You'd be surprised how well you can praise God in the back seat of a Rolls Royce Phantom."
Which televangelist believes the Godhead is actually nine entities?
Who was refused entry into Great Britain for being deemed “not conducive to the public good.”