We must be able to answer the 'So what?' questions in order to reach the hearts and minds of our friends and neighbors.
We are not in the church to be consumers, we are there to love and to serve. Sometimes that means surrendering our preferences.
When unchurched people start showing up at your church, things change. Here are some signs you're reaching the unchurched.
College students are largely unreached and hold the potential to be church leaders. So why aren't more churches reaching out?
The gospel speaks hope to hopeless people, struggling to be good enough, hungry for grace and mercy.
Attractional evangelism gets a bad rap as a man-centered, simplistic method. But it can actually be an effective tool. Here's how.
How do you make evangelism a bigger priority in your congregation? You hold the key.
Insights from Greg Laurie on the most important character traits for young leaders to cultivate in their lives—traits that good mentors model.
Christians have used apologetics to support faith throughout the history of Christianity, but what is the greatest apologetic?
A large part of sharing the gospel in a post-Christian culture is being sensitive to the potential confusion of our listeners.