3 Dot Theology

Have you ever known a dude who meant well, but couldn’t quite connect the dots socially; someone who was sincere, naïve and, well, but not all that bright when it came to relationships? Usually we feel bad for this kind of person because he doesn't quite get it. He tries hard asking that out-of-his-league girl out but doesn't catch the non-verbal cues that she is just not interested in carrying on a conversation or going out or whatever. He just can't quite connect the dots.

Wait, that sounds like me in high school!

But sometimes not connecting the dots can actually be a good thing, especially when it comes to beyond-our-pay-grade Biblical truths. This is the case with the underlying theological issues surrounding divine sovereignty and human responsibility, especially as it pertains to salvation. When we try to connect the dots in terms of election and evangelism it can, not only frustrate our theological systems, but fry our puny brains.

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How a bad hail storm just reminded me of the urgency of the Gospel

Last night as I waited for my son to get let out of football practice and noticed that my wife had been trying to call me...several times. When I called her back she sounded desperate. In the background I heard a tremendous pounding and my daughter and dog freaking out. Our house was getting pounded by hail...massive amounts of hail. 

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Practicing narrow-minded, open-hearted, love-drenched intolerance

We live in a society where tolerance is elevated to a high virtue and theological certainty is viewed as angry, narrow-minded dogmatism. This reality can bring Christians into sharp dispute with the world because, according to God's Word, the very essence of faith is "being sure of what we hope for and certain of what we do not see" (Hebrews 11:1.)

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Did you recognize the Woman at the Well today?

On Wednesday I posted a Tweet that read, "A TSA agent just collapsed in my arms crying when she found out I ministered to teens. She has a wayward grandson. We prayed right there." It must of struck a nerve because there was a lot of chatter about it afterward.

It got me to thinking about all of the hurting people who pass by us every day without us recognizing them as God-given opportunities.

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What's your "Evangelism IQ"?

What is Evangelism IQ? It is the (super)natural ability of integrating evangelism into your daily pattern of viewing the world and interacting with others. This is the sweet spot in-between relational sensitivity, Gospel fluency and heart-felt urgency.

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The Hidden Blessings of Sharing the Gospel with Complete Strangers

"He had to go through Samaria on the way. Eventually he came to the Samaritan village of Sychar, near the field that Jacob gave to his son Joseph. Jacob’s well was there; and Jesus, tired from the long walk, sat wearily beside the well about noontime. Soon a Samaritan woman

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3 Ways to become an Evangelism Artist

Recently, an article came out talking about The Art of Evangelism in relation to the business world. Using the Greek noun euangelion, which means "to proclaim good news", the author dove into three effective skills to have and use when evangelizing for a company/business. As Christians, rather than evangelizing for a product or

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The 3 Places we need to GO to with the GOSPEL

"But you will receive power when the Holy Spirit comes on you; and you will be my witnesses in Jerusalem, and in all Judea and Samaria, and to the ends of the earth.” Acts 1:8

The last words of Jesus were a roadmap to global transformation. He gave his disciples

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Easiest Way to Share Your Faith (Guest Blog: Laura Loewen)

While driving the other day on a rare car ride alone (I’m the Mama to three children ages five and under), I told the Lord something that shocked even me.

Ever since I got that first license in my hand at 16, I’ve always loved praying in the car. Driving

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5 ways to share your faith on Black Friday

Black Friday is when cost conscious consumers storm Walmarts, Targets, Macy's and more to get deals, deals and more deals. So how do we make sure those who are in shopper's heaven actually go there someday (bad segue but it had to be done.)

If you happen to be one of

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Hi, I'm Greg Stier, CEO and Founder of Dare 2 Share Ministries. On this blog I share personal experiences about life, ministry, and how we are mobilizing teenagers across America to share their faith. I would love to connect with you. Follow me on Twitter, Facebook or join a move of God at Dare 2 Share.

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