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.
There are many reasons church growth stagnates—not all are bad or in our control—but here's a potential solution.
Eighty percent of people say they believe in God. But what god do they believe in and how can we help them know the true God?
A full 79 percent of nonbelievers are willing to have a conversation about faith with a friend. What are we waiting for?
Patience is key for evangelism—sometimes it takes days, weeks, months or years for it to bear fruit—keep sharing your faith.
As with anything in life, there will be times when we fail in evangelism. This is how we should respond.
Once you've scheduled your gospel appointment with someone, here's how to prepare for the conversation.
Setting up a gospel appointment quite simple. Here are natural ways to do it based on the context where the invitation happens.
You've probably heard of relational evangelism and initiative evangelism, but 'gospel appointments' blend the best of both.