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Kairos conversations

17 July, 2016

Written by Tim Archer

In this series of articles about outreach, we’ve noted that the church has to break free of its inward focus in order to effectively reach out to the community. We’ve noted that Christians have to intentionally get involved in the lives of non-Christians. And we’ve looked some at the conversion process and the different evangelistic tasks involved.

Now I’d like to discuss those special times we have with people who are close to committing themselves to God. I call these times kairos conversations.

In New Testament Greek, there were two words commonly used to describe time. One was chronos, the objective description of time. This is time as a quantity: minutes, hours, days. The other word is kairos, a subjective description…

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