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How Our Worldview Impacts Our Witness

How Our Worldview Impacts Our Witness

Discover how our worldview shapes our approach to sharing the gospel through contrasting perspectives and explore the profound implications for evangelism. Gain valuable perspective on the importance of aligning our convictions with our actions for a compelling witness to the transformative power of faith.

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Back to the Basics of Evangelism

Back to the Basics of Evangelism

In getting back to the basics of explaining salvation to an unbeliever, we must clearly explain the message of Salvation. Explore the truths that form the foundation of salvation, guiding you to effectively communicate the life-transforming message of Christ.

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An Often Overlooked Way to Celebrate “The Sanctity of Human Life”

An Often Overlooked Way to Celebrate “The Sanctity of Human Life”

Over the years, many have adopted the whole month of January as Sanctity of Life month to do just what President Reagan hoped, reflect on the blessing and responsibility that we must protect and care for the lives and freedoms of unborn children. Whether you work in a pregnancy center or are an advocate for life in your community, it’s important to have a biblical perspective on the Sanctity of Human life.

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Further Reading

Are We Making Evangelism Too Hard?

Are We Making Evangelism Too Hard?

Many of us have been encouraged or taught to approach evangelism as a point-by-point monologue. Often though, we simply want to share our experience with Jesus and invite someone else to experience Him too. Learn the importance of sharing the gospel in your own words which can fosters a more authentic and enjoyable evangelistic experience.

Igniting Your Witness Through Prayer: The ACTS Model

Igniting Your Witness Through Prayer: The ACTS Model

Learn how to use the ACTS model (Adoration, Confession, Thanksgiving, Supplication) as a structured approach to prayer. Each letter not only helps deepen your relationship with the Lord but it also enhances your outreach and evangelism, providing a valuable guide to enriching spiritual growth and confidently sharing your faith.

Why Evangelism Resolutions Fail

Why Evangelism Resolutions Fail

Have you experienced what seems like failure in your New Years resolution to share your faith? Delve into the importance of having rhythms with God and others before you dive into “evangelistic supplements”. Discover how consistent prayer and meditation on God’s word form the basis of a natural evangelistic mindset.

Four Ways Bible Study Changes Evangelism

Four Ways Bible Study Changes Evangelism

Nowhere in Scripture is there a verse that encourages us to simply read the Bible, instead it encourages us to meditate on it. Meditate has the idea that we keep thinking and rethinking what we have learned as we study the Bible. If we thoroughly digest the Word as we study the bible, will it have an impact our outreach to our world that is so in need of a Savior?

Live Training for Pregnancy Centers

Live Training for Pregnancy Centers

The staff and volunteers of faith-based pregnancy centers are on the frontlines. They encounter vulnerable people who need the Savior. In response, EvanTell has offered online evangelism training to pregnancy centers for well over a decade and now have had the honor of hosting an in-person training for a PRC.

How to Overcome Fears of conflict in Evangelism

How to Overcome Fears of conflict in Evangelism

Many believers do what many people do when it comes to conflict or hard conversations, we try to avoid it altogether. However, Jesus commanded those who follow Him to, “Go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to all creation” Mark 16:15. How do those of us who are “conflict-avoidant” obey Christ’s command to share the gospel? Read on to find out.

The Importance of Authenticity in an Age of Hypocrisy

The Importance of Authenticity in an Age of Hypocrisy

If you share your faith on a regular basis, you have heard the following more than once, “Christians are hypocrites.” Some non-believers use that phrase to derail the conversation. However, that objection should also be a reminder to examine our lives. After all, I don’t want my hypocrisy to interfere with someone seeing Jesus.