This week Adam is talking to John and Gail Hutchinson from Wycliffe Bible Translators. Check out there website for more information about the amazing ministry they are doing to minister to the unreached people groups of the world


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Gaining By Losing: Why the Future Belongs to Churches that Send by J.D. Greear

People are leaving the church J.D. Greear pastors. Big givers. Key volunteers. Some of his best leaders and friends. And that’s exactly how he wants it to be.

When Jesus gave his disciples the Great Commission, he revealed that the key for reaching the world with the gospel is found in sending, not gathering. Though many churches focus time and energy on attracting people and counting numbers, the real mission of the church isn’t how many people you can gather. It’s about training up disciples and then sending them out. The true measure of success for a church should be its sending capacity, not its seating capacity. (Read More)



Humans in general tend to be creatures of extremes. Everyone talks about balance, but most vacillate on a pendulum either to the right or left of plumb. People are hot or cold, happy or sad, excited or depressed. For some reason the illusive dream of being right on target never seems securely in our grasp.

I fear that this is also true as we approach the topic of evangelism. The extreme pendulum approach as it relates to souls can be deadly. Have you ever observed the gospel gunslinger? To this person, sinners are targets who are attacked with blazing gospel clichés with little regard for tact or diplomacy.

We have all been turned off by those who feel compelled to cram the Gospel into every person they contact regardless of how uncouth their approach may be. These people can potentially do more harm than good, but they have soothed their conscience by fulfilling their “Christian” duty. The idea that their victim may totally disconnect from any further contact with the Gospel because of their lack of discretion is never considered.

However, it is equally disappointing to watch a “Casper milquetoast” Christian. You know. The non-confrontational, apologize-for-sharing-life-changing-truth person. Perhaps you have personally witnessed a situation where the Gospel could have been effectively shared but fear, lack of ability or even unconcern ruled the day.

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All this week Adam will be talking to Songtimes good friend Donald Hubbard. He is a great Bible teacher and has a wealth of experience. Dr. Hubbard is also our key note speaker for our Lancaster, PA conference in November. You wont want to miss the broadcast this week or the conference in November if your in the Lancaster area. 

This week on Songtime Radio we are talking to Randy Smyth from New Tribe Missions. Check out their website for more info about their ministry.