Billy Graham and Torrey Johnson on Engaging Culture

Geared to the times, but anchored to the Rock.
Youth For Christ Brochure, 1947.

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Although not a Christian in his youth, Doug came to believe in Jesus during his teenage years. When not playing sports or pastoring Doug is probably spending time with his wife, reading a good book, or drinking some hot tea. Doug's first book Dawson Trotman: In His Own Words is available wherever books are sold. You can follow Doug on twitter.
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2 Responses to Billy Graham and Torrey Johnson on Engaging Culture

  1. Geraldine says:

    Mrs. C,Where do you find this stuff? I atlualcy think the video has a point- but you have apoint as well. It’s probably more likely that the rise of Islam will be due more to birth rate than to conversions to Islam. I’m not saying there aren’t people converting to isalm. I’m sure there are. It’s just that there are probably more people leaving traditional Chriatianity than there are converting to Islam.The Europeans are in trouble. That’s a fact. The good news for us is that even though our fertility rate is due to illegal latinas, at least they are by and large Catholic.Then there’s the thing no one wants to talk about, and that’s the fact that the end must come and while I certainly don’t claim to be any kind of prophecy expert, we do know that there will be a great falling away from the One True God, so we would do better to pray rather than trying to save that which is doomed to pass away. Pray, and spread the truth to as many as will listen.

    • Stella says:

      Just today while practicing, I zrlaiee what you mean by: playing by ear. Previously I had been concentrating on where to go next (hand position), how many roll times .etc., and I was very slow with pauses in-between. Then I thought, Why not just hum the tune while playing? Viola no more pauses, no more consciously thinking of how many times this, how many times that. Thank you, Murphy.

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