Articles by Mark Finley
Dr. Graham's undying influence will continue to live on.
It’s OK to be apprehensive about them; it’s not OK to avoid them. Take home this seven-point strategy to successfully reach out to “pre-Adventists.” It’s easy. It’s effective. It’s even exciting.
Study with the author the challenges of unity in a growing church with divergent opinions while being one body led by one Spirit.
In this article, we are challenged to look deep into our spirituality to maintain church unity in the face of Christ’s commission.
How can we follow Jesus’ example and make a difference while living in this postmodern society?
NY13: A comprehensive evangelistic initiative
A Christ-centered, Bible-based approach to meditation, contemplative prayer, and spiritual formation.
A little over a year ago, after the interview took place, Joan Herman developed a malignancy that took her life. Courageous to the end, and trusting fully in God, her last days were spent in continued ministry to those about her.
What are the hallmarks of true revival?
MINISTRY editor J.R. Spangler interviews Mark Finley, director, on an exciting concept of large-city evangelism that includes team training and an integrated, three-pronged approach.
MINISTRY interviews Mark Finley whose Daniel seminars are designed to prepare hearts to receive God's truth and His will.
Like people, churches have certain vital signs that indicate health and vigor. Apply this checklist to your church and see where first aid may be needed.
A newborn Christian commonly faces four major crises within two years of his baptism. We need to know not only what they are but also how best to provide the remedy.
Evangelism in secular western Europe? Discouragingly difficult. But a recent campaign in Munich shows that with the right approach it can be successful.
Is Harvest 90 just another slogan, motto, or current catchword? Find out how it is a process and not a program.
A century ago those who accepted the message of righteousness by faith experienced a revival. How can your church experience a revival?
The early church also faced the challenge of secularism.
Evangelism is not complete without leading people to a decision.
Any approach to evangelism that focuses primarily on the number of people baptized misses the mark.
How the gospel spoke to secular people in the first century and may do so now.
What must we do, and how must we act to bring Christ to people who do not know Him?
The training of the church necessitates an approach that utilizes the talents of each church member. Gospel-medical evangelism is divinely designed to achieve this goal.