Mark Mitchell

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Facing Off Without Falling Apart

Seven principles for proclaiming the gospel in hostile territory.

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Introduction

I. We should expect a clash.

II. You can confine the messengers but you can't confine the message.

III. The Spirit will give us words to speak.

IV. We must not compromise the message.

V. Formal education will not make us bold for Christ.

VI. Those who benefit from wrong may ignore the truth.

VII. We must obey God rather than men in our call to be witnesses for Christ.

Conclusion

Mark Mitchell is pastor of Central Peninsula Church in Foster City, California.

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