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November 3, 2008
A classic cartoon by Steve Phelps.
posted by UrL Scaramanga
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Related Tags: Discipleship, Evangelism, Humor, Pastor's role, Pastoral care, Salvation
LOVE IT!!! Printed it...will be using it tonight for visitation!!! Unfortunately...it's too true...
Posted By: Leo | November 3, 2008 8:58 AM
And yet, in a really strange yet Dogbert, ala Dilbert cartoon-like way...it makes sense.
Posted By: sheerahkahn | November 3, 2008 10:31 AM
I love this cartoon!
It is amazing how many believers do think this is the way to do evangelism.
Posted By: preacherman | November 3, 2008 2:18 PM
I saw this in a book recently that described how to set up your Cell Groups. I laughed and laughed cause I used to be part of Amway. It's just too funny.
Now what? This thinking has permeated the church. Is there any going back?
Posted By: thinkingal | November 3, 2008 10:04 PM
Posted By: thinkingal | November 3, 2008 10:06 PM
They're onto me!
Love your work.
Posted By: speedygeoff | November 4, 2008 3:44 AM
Replace 'sign up' with 'equip'.
Besides preaching from the pulpit, I can't remember when I saw a pastor actually witnessing. So much for lead by example. It usually goes "I'll 'equip' you to go reach the lost while I stay here...ah...praying and seeking God's direction for the body. I'm the coach on the sideline while you need to be on the field playing." The example is set, help others do the real work. Okay, so I live in New England and no one really cares about the next guy unless something is in it for me.
Posted By: jByrd | November 4, 2008 1:32 PM
It is most unfortunate that the comments here show that "so called" christians dont even know their own bibles. Networking is a biblical principle. Read Exodus chapter 18 and if perhaps you don't know, Christ was the ultimate networker when he sent his disciples out into the world to spread the gospel. It really worked didn't it. Ignorance is truly bliss.
Posted By: Rob Hepple | December 12, 2008 3:09 AM
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