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How to Present the Plan of Salvation Using the Old Testament
January 29, 2018
Luke, the writer of Acts, recorded in Acts 28:23 that Paul used “the Law of Moses” and “the Prophets” to tell others about Jesus....
How to use a Person’s Familiarity with the Old Testament in Spiritual Conversations
January 24, 2018
A basic principle of conversing with non-Christians is “Start where they are.” In starting where they are, you sometimes find they are...
Why We Need the Whole Bible
January 22, 2018
One time I talked to a believer frustrated with his Christian radio station. Now, if I said nothing else, you might assume he wanted the...
Where is Tampering Allowed?
January 17, 2018
It was an experience of a lifetime. A commercial airline pilot invited Tammy and I to go through the new assimilator at the DFW Airport. ...
Creative Opportunities to Engage in Spiritual Conversations
January 15, 2018
Methods of effective evangelism have changed over the years. For example, in the 70’s, EvanTell found that weeklong crusades in churches...
Q & A: Struggling with Creativity
January 10, 2018
Question: I am not an artistic person. How can I utilize creativity in evangelism? ...
Creativity: A Powerful Tool in Evangelism
January 8, 2018
Our God is a creative God. After all, He is the Creator. The Bible is filled with examples of His creativity, including the various and...
Q & A: Does James Teach that Both Faith and Good Works are Necessary to Get to Heaven?
January 5, 2018
Question: Does the Epistle of James teach that both faith and works are necessary to get to heaven? ...
How Good is Good Enough?
January 3, 2018
It’s that time of year where many of us are making resolutions to better ourselves. Maybe we want to exercise more. Perhaps we want to...
Methods of Event Evangelism Through the Years
December 27, 2017
When I started EvanTell in 1973, I led weeklong crusades. I loved every moment of them and was usually on the road every other week. For...