Dr. Larry Moyer
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Choosing the Right People to Plan Your Evangelistic Event
March 13, 2019
Effective outreach demands good administration. Evangelistic events don’t just happen. They are led by a team of people characterized by...
Helping non-Christians Understand God’s Love
February 13, 2019
Non-Christians often have a view of God in which they see Him as someone who is out to punish rather than pardon; someone out to destroy...
Three Items that Help a Preacher
January 17, 2019
Martin Luther reportedly said that prayer, meditation, and temptation make a preacher. There is much truth in this—all three help a...
How to Be a Better Example in Evangelism
January 14, 2019
A wise leader knows that if he wants his people to be consistent in evangelism, then he must lead by example. When that’s not happening,...
Three Advantages to Manuscripting Your Sermon
December 13, 2018
I am a firm believer in manuscripting a message. Understand, I do not have it memorized as I speak. I could not quote the manuscript if my...
How an Overcrowded Church Calendar Hurts Your Evangelistic Events
December 10, 2018
Evangelistic events done right are highly effective. They plant seeds for the gospel, cultivate seeds already planted, and reap fruit when...
Learn to Say Things in a Memorable Way
November 15, 2018
I am immensely grateful for everything my mentor Dr. Haddon Robinson taught me in the area of preaching. ...
Why You Need both Event and Personal Evangelism
November 12, 2018
Church leaders often debate between stressing either personal evangelism or event evangelism. Personal evangelism is one-on-one witnessing....
Just for Preachers: The Power of Humorous Illustrations
October 11, 2018
Few people like being called deceitful. But when they see themselves in somebody else, they often smile and recognize that same kind of...
Seeker Sensitive Versus Seeker Targeted
October 8, 2018
Understanding that we live in world where people outside of the church usually have different perspectives than regular attendees, leaders...