Tag Archives: Marketing in the Church

Making The Gospel Free

(2 Corinthians 12:11-15) One of the great things we see in Paul was that he chose to make the gospel free to all those to whom he preached. He did not put any burdens upon any of the early churches … Continue reading

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Marketing Christ

(2 Corinthians 2:12-17) One of the things that bothers me is when churches, pastors and Christians in general use Jesus for the purpose of marketing to make a profit, that is, where their sole or primary purpose is to make … Continue reading

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Jesus Drives The Money Changers From The Temple

(John 2:13-17) Imagine a market place at the time of Christ. The sounds of animals intermingled with the shouts of vendors selling their wares and the clink and rattle of money as it exchanges hands. An intoxicating combination of sounds, … Continue reading

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A House of Prayer

(Luke 19:45-48) There has been a lot of discussion in recent times about the separation of church and state. It comes up in all kinds of places and we see those opposing the church in general focussing to remove any … Continue reading

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Driving Out the Merchants and Money Changers from the Temple

(Mark 11:15-19) Jesus came to the temple in Jerusalem and saw the merchants and money changers carrying on their business. He made the point saying, “Is it not written, ‘My house shall be called a house of prayer for all … Continue reading

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Marketing in the Church

(Matthew 21:12-13) When Jesus entered Jerusalem the first place he visited was the temple. He was angered at what he saw there for we see him take action to set things right. What was it that upset him so? Marketing … Continue reading

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