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Book Review: Nothing to Prove
April 28, 2017
Author Jennie Allen calls herself a “recovering achiever” and her latest book— Nothing to Prove: Why We Can Stop Trying So...
EvanTell's 2017 Annual Luncheon Recap
April 26, 2017
EvanTell’s 2017 annual luncheon took place on Tuesday, April 25th with a focus on “Finding His Strength in Your Weakness.”Our...
God Uses Our Weaknesses for His Glory
April 24, 2017
Many of us have a desire to share the gospel, but are so focused on our perceived weaknesses we don’t follow through in obedience. Those...
Book Review: The Historical Reliability of the New Testament
April 21, 2017
Several scholarly books handle subjects such as the transmission of the text, canonization, identifying genres, or even discussing miracles....
Responding to Biblical Skeptics
April 19, 2017
According to a recent article on Research & Trends in America, biblical illiteracy is one of the defining characteristics of unchurched...
Movie Review: The Case for Christ
April 17, 2017
Lee Strobel documents his journey toward Christianity in his best-selling book The Case for Christ. When his wife became a Christian,...
Two Words that Make a Difference
April 14, 2017
Note: The following is an excerpt from Larry Moyer’s latest book 101 Tips for Evangelism: Practical Ways to Enhance Your Witness.Tip #15:...
Q & A: Is a Person Saved if They don't Show Fruit?
April 12, 2017
Question: My neighbor says he is a Christian, but I don’t see any fruit in his life. Is he really saved?Answer: Some profess Christ but do...
The Pitfall of Religion
April 10, 2017
Jesus’ parable in Luke 18:9–14 contrasts the religious pride of a Pharisee with the contrite humility of a tax collector. Notice the...
How to Identify People Who are God-fearing but not God-Knowing
April 7, 2017
Religious people often have one thing in common—they are God-fearing. In numerous ways they have a reverence for God about them. The...