Once you've scheduled your gospel appointment with someone, here's how to prepare for the conversation.
It's not easy to take the middle ground on polarizing issues, but it opens the door for the kind of conversations Christ modeled.
The problem was—and is—that not enough laborers are willing to recognize that hearts will remain restless until they find their rest in God, and to point them to Jesus.
"I learned that small churches that begin to really reach out with the gospel would discover that their desires are at war."
We must be able to answer the 'So what?' questions in order to reach the hearts and minds of our friends and neighbors.
Welcoming guests is easy — just be friendly!
Ed Stetzer: “Things have changed, but the gospel—and its need for proclamation—remains unchanged.”
Evangelism doesn't always flow naturally from discipleship. Here’s what it takes to do both effectively.
Most church Facebook ads are geared toward people who are already Christians. To reach non-Christians ask this question.
Thom Rainer offers a list of common characteristics of churches who reversed their decline and found new life.