The Unsaved Christian: Reaching Cultural Christians with the Gospel

June 15, 2019 - Comment

What to do when they say they’re Christian but don’t know Jesus Whether it’s the Christmas and Easter Christians or the faithful church attenders whose hearts are cold toward the Lord, we’ve all encountered cultural Christians. They’d check the Christian box on a survey, they’re fine with church, but the truth is, they’re far from

What to do when they say they’re Christian but don’t know Jesus

Whether it’s the Christmas and Easter Christians or the faithful church attenders whose hearts are cold toward the Lord, we’ve all encountered cultural Christians. They’d check the Christian box on a survey, they’re fine with church, but the truth is, they’re far from God. So how do we bring Jesus to this overlooked mission field?

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Anonymous says:

How the gospel provides an antidote to cultural Christianity Matthew 7:21–23 is one of the most sobering passages of the Bible. “Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven,” Jesus tells His disciples, “but only the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven.” What does it mean to say, “Lord, Lord”? Jesus explains: “Many will say to me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name and in your name drive out demons and in your name perform many miracles?’” Regardless of their displays of spiritual…

Anonymous says:

This Book is a Must for Those Who Knows Cultural Christians Living in the Bible belt, this books title immediately grabbed me. There is a lot of Cultural Christianity here. Ministry is really hard because most people would tell you they are saved. That is why chapter one of this book is immediately grabbing for me—Help Them Get Lost. Yes, many people in the area I live need help getting lost so they know that they need to be found. If you’re like me, The Unsaved Christian by Dean Inserra may be just the book you’ve been looking for.Dean…

Anonymous says:

A needed resource for Pastors and the Church Dean’s story resonates with me as I grew up a cultural christian in a pastor’s home. I remember the first time my faith was challenged I was extremely offended. But, it was in that time when my christian vanity was challenged that I found true faith. This book shines a light accurately on a mission field that many pastors are in the midst of reaching whether the realize it or not. While reading it many people in my congregation were brought to mind as people I need to be lovingly reaching…

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