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T greatest tool of Evengelism in this hour is the local Church.
To be more spiecific it's the people of t local church.
Believers must become involved in the work of t ministry.
A term that we use in churches to desribe someone that is not in t ministry is a lay person or laity.
But that term is not really scriptural.
All belivers are able ministers of reconciliation.
The Church will grow & multiply as all of us do that work of reconciliation.
I.
Attitudes that hinder Church growth.
A.
Belivers not interested in winning the lost.
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Belivers not doing t work of t ministry.
1. EPH 4:11-12
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Belief that pastors should do all t ministering.
II God's plan for t Beliver.
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Belivers are ministers of reconcilation.
                        1. 2COR 5:18
                        2. Defination of "Reconiation,"  "Restore"
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