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How can we avoid missing opportunities to reach others with the gospel? Consider these three points that can help you make a habit out of looking for gospel opportunities.
Learn how Jesus was canceled and how we should use His example as a reference on how to witness to others in today’ cancel culture. Equip yourself with the tools to apply the example Christ set in today’s world.
There are four key tools to help you prepare for gospel conversations. Sometimes we feel like we do not know enough or are not prepared. Using these four tools will help you gear up and share Christ.
We had the opportunity to carry out the evangelism training You Can Tell It! This training is aimed towards Pastors who are being trained through a program called Church Planting School in the Bajio area in Mexico; this time in the City of La Corregidora in Querétaro in Mexico.
This blog will give you four highlights to sharing the gospel with joy and passion. Often, we look at sharing the gospel as a presentation and not a conversation. Learn how to share Christ as an exciting journey.
Having fear can affect the way we share the gospel. Learn how fear affects evangelism and how to take charge of that fear.
God continues to work through EvanTell to bring the gospel message to the nations of the world. Even though the Covid-19 crisis has been a challenge, God is at work across the globe.
Our mindset can influence when and if we share the gospel, but how can you tell if your mindset is the thing holding you back? This blog discuss four indicators that your mindset is holding you from sharing the gospel.
There are three reasons why presenting the gospel in every message is important. See why injecting the gospel into messages is more important than ever.
Standing your ground while sharing the gospel can be difficult, especially amid distractions. Learn how to have the right mindset and stay strong in keeping Christ at the center of your focus.
There is an analogy between the Fourth of July and our walk with Christ in this life. It impacts how we should talk to others about what it means to follow Christ. This blog will explain how you can share the gospel on this freeing holiday.
Trying to navigate a conversation towards the gospel without stepping on a political or emotional landmine takes forethought, skill, and...
Christians are called to share the gospel even in the midst of a culture that does not readily welcome the truths of the gospel. But, Christians should seek to communicate and live out their faith in a cancel culture.
Do you sometimes question how to approach sharing Christ in a cancel culture? Use these seven tips to share the gospel in cancel culture.
Does cancel culture keep you from sharing the gospel? This blog discuss how to stand firm in the midst of cancel culture.
Evangelism elicits one of two kinds of feelings: pressure to do evangelism or privilege to participate in it. See how to turn the pressure into a privilege.
There are three necessities for effective evangelism in 2021. The first is patience, the second is patience, the third is patience. ...
A top fear people face when seeking to introduce a friend or loved one to Jesus are oppositions of the gospel. This blog contains three things to do and one very important thing to remember when you run into an objection that gets you tongue tied and twisted upside down.
We all want to be better at managing conversations about the gospel, but where do we start? David Souther shares several tips you can put into practice immediately – read our latest blog.
Every Christian knows how to respond when someone says yes to the gospel, but how do respond when someone says no? Dr. Larry Moyer shares several helpful tips here.
Paving the path toward a gospel conversation can seem daunting, but it’s not nearly as difficult as people make it out to be. Read seven helpful tips here on how to plant seeds for the gospel that can help turn future topics toward spiritual things – and ultimately, to the gospel.
The gospel continues to go out among the nations in these difficult times. See some of the latest photos and accounts we’ve received from our missionary partners in East Africa.
Every pastor want to see their congregation motivate to pursue the Great Commission. However, you can’t simply tell preach it from the pulpit. Dr. Larry Moyer shares three important components that consistently lead to evangelist congregations.
We are called to “love our neighbor” – but what happens when we apply that to our actual physical neighbors? How can we be better at becoming the Christ-follower next door?
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