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Dr. David Mills

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Assistant Professor of Evangelism

Local Address: Fort Worth, Texas, United States
Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary
 
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Christians could do worse than to ...
bpnews.net, 12 Dec 2012 [cached]
Christians could do worse than to watch A Charlie Brown Christmas this holiday season, seminary professor David Mills says, because it can remind them to share the Gospel.
"Linus gets it," said Mills, assistant professor of evangelism at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas.
"God gave us Jesus in Bethlehem because we need His death at Calvary," Mills said, emphasizing the necessity of Jesus to be fully human and fully divine in order to fulfill God's plan for the redemption of sinners.
Mills suggested that Christmas be celebrated by looking forward to the second coming of Christ.
"Connect the birth of Christ with the throne of David," Mills said.
Christians could do worse than to ...
www.baptistcourier.com, 21 Dec 2012 [cached]
Christians could do worse than to watch "A Charlie Brown Christmas" this holiday season, seminary professor David Mills says, because it can remind them to share the gospel.
"Linus gets it," said Mills, assistant professor of evangelism at Southwestern Baptist Seminary in Fort Worth, Tex.
"God gave us Jesus in Bethlehem because we need His death at Calvary," Mills said, emphasizing the necessity of Jesus to be fully human and fully divine in order to fulfill God's plan for the redemption of sinners.
Mills suggested that Christmas be celebrated by looking forward to the second coming of Christ.
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"Connect the birth of Christ with the throne of David," Mills said.
Christians could do worse than to ...
www.baptistcourier.com, 20 Dec 2012 [cached]
Christians could do worse than to watch "A Charlie Brown Christmas" this holiday season, seminary professor David Mills says, because it can remind them to share the gospel.
"Linus gets it," said Mills, assistant professor of evangelism at Southwestern Baptist Seminary in Fort Worth, Tex.
"God gave us Jesus in Bethlehem because we need His death at Calvary," Mills said, emphasizing the necessity of Jesus to be fully human and fully divine in order to fulfill God's plan for the redemption of sinners.
Mills suggested that Christmas be celebrated by looking forward to the second coming of Christ.
"Connect the birth of Christ with the throne of David," Mills said.
Moore emphasized that Joseph acted in ...
bpnews.net, 13 Dec 2012 [cached]
Moore emphasized that Joseph acted in Jesus' life as a true father by naming him and giving him an inheritance in the line of David, saying that "Joseph was putting his life on the line by caring for this child.
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Christians could do worse than to watch A Charlie Brown Christmas this holiday season, seminary professor David Mills says, because it can remind them to share the Gospel. "Linus gets it," said Mills, assistant professor of evangelism at Southwestern Baptist Theological Seminary in Fort Worth, Texas. "God gave us Jesus in Bethlehem because we need His death at Calvary," Mills said, emphasizing the necessity of Jesus to be fully human and fully divine in order to fulfill God's plan for the redemption of sinners. Mills suggested that Christmas be celebrated by looking forward to the second coming of Christ. "Connect the birth of Christ with the throne of David," Mills said.
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Melton, who served as BGCO president for two years, preached from 1 Samuel 17 on the story of David and Goliath, urging messengers to face their giants. "In our churches and conventions, we face a giant. It is the giant task of reaching a lost world with the Gospel," Melton said. He called on Oklahoma Baptists to be obedient to God like David, who despite popular opinion did what was right. "David did not retreat in battle because he was where God wanted him to be, and that is the way we should be in these challenging days.
2/17/13 - Jesus, the Son of God - Doug Vaughan
www.crosspoint.org, 17 Feb 2013 [cached]
But according to David Mills, assistant professor of evangelism at Southwestern and another Cana Baptist member, many Christians see evangelism as an abnormality rather than God's design for local churches. Since 1985, Mills has worked with associations and churches throughout Georgia and Texas to train believers for a lifestyle of evangelism.
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