If Alabama Baptists want to “reach more in ’24,” we need to do less talking, open our eyes to the lostness in our communities and “commence going,” said Rob Jackson, director of the Office of Church Health for the Alabama Baptist State Board of Missions.
Jackson explained the importance of doing these things during the 2024 Alabama Baptist State Evangelism Conference at First Baptist Church Pelham, Jan. 28–29.
Preaching from John 4: 31–38, he noted how the disciples had lost their focus on trivial things, such as food, and were not seeing the spiritual needs before them.
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This article was originally published at TheAlabamaBaptist.org.