This is a very good article on using free Google tools and basic research to uncover people groups who are not being reached with the Gospel.
Of course it takes research and collating the data online and then – of course – USING the data.
In the end, though, unless someone actually presents the Gospel it all is to no avail!
If you are trying to canvas a large area (the author serves in Houston) this may be what you need. If you’re a solo pastor seeking to reach new people with the Gospel, your time may be better spent simply knocking on doors in a neighborhood and visiting it on a regular basis.
Here’s a unique idea for Easter outreach that’s simple and spreads the Good News where the people are, not just where we might like them to be.
Wouldn’t it be amazing if every subdivision or local park had it’s own simple Easter Sunrise Service to proclaim the Word of Christ and connect to people who would never darken the doors of our churches otherwise?
Check this out… there’s still time to do it this year!
Read it all: Easter in Your Neighborhood: Here’s How
HT: Go and Make
If you would like to pray for or support Pastor Huckaby’s mission trip to Myanmar in 2018 you can learn more at this group!
“Western Christianity is defeatist, bland and feeble-hearted”: an interview with Duane Miller on Two Stories of Everything: The Competing Metanarratives of Islam and Christianity (Credo, 2018) 160 pages by Chuck Huckaby and Duane Alexander Miller
The Rev. Chuck Huckaby is the Minister of Congregational Life at First Protestant Church of New Braunfels, Texas, and is a doctoral student at the Institute of Lutheran Theology His research focuses on the Christian Mission
in secular North America and equipping the Church for mission.
The Rev. Dr. Duane Alexander Miller holds a PhD in Divinity (World Christianity) from the U of Edinburgh.
He is adjunct professor at the Protestant Faculty of Theology at Madrid (UEBE) and a member of the pastoral
staff at the Anglican Cathedral of the Redeemer (Madrid). His blog is here! His latest book is “Two Stories of Everything: The Competing Metanarratives of Islam and Christianity” available at Amazon.
Two Stories of Everything Interview with Duane Miller