Kimberly Reisman - real faith ~ real world

kimberly reisman

real faith - real world


Evangelism In Between

To do the work of an evangelist - to carry out our ministry fully, we must become a foretaste of God's intention for all the world. We do that by building bridges into the lives of others. Entering their pain and their suffering, sharing their joy and celebration. We share the depth of the lives OF others and we share the depth of our faith WITH others.

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The Mood to Linger

Cultivate the mood to linger. I like that. Lingering is what it takes if we're going to hear that still small voice of God. Lingering is what it takes if we're going to stay in tune with our relationships and the ever changing landscape of our lives. Lingering is what it takes if we're going to be adequately equipped for all the doing we seem driven toward undertaking.

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Annuals or Perennials: The Flash or the Long Haul?

It's the long haul relationships that provide the most fertile ground for the Holy Spirit's work. It's in those relationships of mutuality, where hopes and dreams can be shared, where experiences of faith can be expressed; it's in those relationships that the Holy Spirit works in its most powerful, life transforming ways for the long haul.

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How to Do Personal Evangelism

What should evangelism look like in the 21st century? In this Seven Minute Seminary video for Seedbed, I explain that though evangelism is always contextual, it can and should be defined by our posture before others.

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The Creator God Who Redeems

As we reach out to others on behalf of Jesus Christ, we would do well to remember that sin – our need for redemption – is not the reason for God’s grace. God’s grace is part of God’s very nature. It was alive and active within our Triune God and bore creation into existence long before sin entered the picture. And it will abound overwhelmingly, long after sin has been eliminated and God’s new creation is experienced in all its fullness.

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Do we really love people the way we say we do?

We need to continually check in with ourselves and ask some probing questions. Do we consistently show love for other people? Are we interested in knowing others outside the church, are we willing to actually learn about their lives or genuinely listen as they relate the challenges and struggles of their past or present? Do we really love people the way we say we do?

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