Who Is the ‘God’ People Say They Believe In?

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?

Your Friends WANT to Hear the Gospel

A full 79 percent of nonbelievers are willing to have a conversation about faith with a friend. What are we waiting for?

Evangelism for Impatient People … Like Me

Patience is key for evangelism—sometimes it takes days, weeks, months or years for it to bear fruit—keep sharing your faith.

What To Do When You Fail at Evangelism

As with anything in life, there will be times when we fail in evangelism. This is how we should respond.

How to Prepare for a ‘Gospel Appointment’—Part 3

Once you've scheduled your gospel appointment with someone, here's how to prepare for the conversation.

How to Set Up a ‘Gospel Appointment’—Part 2

Setting up a gospel appointment quite simple. Here are natural ways to do it based on the context where the invitation happens.

Why ‘Gospel Appointments’ Are So Effective—Part 1

You've probably heard of relational evangelism and initiative evangelism, but 'gospel appointments' blend the best of both.

Read This Before You Advertise on Facebook

Most church Facebook ads are geared toward people who are already Christians. To reach non-Christians ask this question.

John Teter: The Myth of the Perfect Evangelist—Part 1

The story of Jesus' anonymous 72 disciples proves we don't have to be famous to be an evangelist. Here's what we do need.

John Teter: Modeling a Lifestyle of Evangelism—Part 2

The key to effective evangelism is not trying to change the world, but being faithful to make it a part of our day to day lives.