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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?
The workplace is filled with new policies on masks, social distancing, and digital-first everything – but with these new changes come new opportunities to share Christ in the workplace. Read on to learn more.
Marriage is much more than a lifelong union between a man and a woman. Marriage is to be an illustration of the gospel to a watching world. Read on to see how you can make your marriage a gospel message.
2020 was a difficult year, and unfortunately, there is nothing magical about 2021 – people are still hurting, looking for hope, and seeking for hope in empty places. Now is the time to lead them to the hope that springs eternal.
Pastor – your congregation wants to be more involved. But they’re not sure where to start. How can you help you congregation be more active in ministry? Pastor Armando Zuniga shares three questions every pastor should be asking.
What does it mean to be a fan of Jesus vs a follower? EvanTell President David Souther highlights three ways followers differentiate themselves from fans to help us determine where we may be fans, followers, or somewhere in between in different areas of our lives.
2021 presents a unique opportunity for Christ followers to be defined by expressions of selflessness. Here are three things a watching world should see from Christians this year.
I love manger scenes. I am pretty sure that stems from having 3 daughters who were fascinated by them from the time they were toddlers....
Thanksgiving will look a little different for many this year. However you gather, it is a blessing to be with loved ones. But a question we often overlook is, “How does God want to use me this Thanksgiving to reach others for Him?” Here are some great reasons to ask that questions this year.
The yearend holidays are right around the corner. For many of us that means reconnecting with family members, including those with whom we...
Election season is upon us, and with it comes one of the few times when people are open to talk two socially taboo subjects – politics and religion. But there are some pitfalls to watch for – we cover the dos and don’ts here.
What a comfort to know that the God who is in control, who knows the beginning from the end, is Commander in Chief. He is not on the throne of the United States, but on the throne of the universe – and He will be during the U.S. elections and long after the last election in history takes place. However, we have a role to play – see five things we must consider during and after the U.S. elections.
What does it take to have bold faith in our broken world? The Bible gives us a clear blueprint in Hebrews 11. Here’s how to follow it to embolden your faith.
God has designed His church to grow through the proclamation and sharing of the gospel. But what does it cost to make the gospel a priority in our churches today – and more importantly, how do we make it happen?
Does the value of our time and activities outweigh the value of living out the gospel among the people and neighbors in our lives? Here’s how we can make the gospel more of a priority in our sphere of influence.
Emily Foreman faced incredible loss for the sake of the gospel on the mission field. But it’s what was gained that makes her story so memorable. Here, she shares her story in addition to her thoughts on what it looks like to live out “the gospel at all costs.” Read our full interview with her.
We live in an anxiety-driven world. While we often crave calm in the midst of this chaos, we also often forget that the only lasting source of calm is found in the promises of the gospel.
When the Bible speaks of believers and the subject of death makes the point that when a believer dies, we do not sorrow “as others who have no hope.” (I Thessalonians 4:13) What does that mean, what about the death of an unbeliever, and why is the gospel such a comfort in the midst of mourning? Read the full blog to learn the answers.
Whatever we go through in life, God does not practice social distancing. He is right there with us, arms around us. We are snuggled in His care. Here are several ways we can find comfort in the gospel in the midst of affliction.
How do we find comfort in times of chaos? While we may find temporary comfort in the things of this world, only the gospel can provide ultimate and lasting comfort in times of distress. Here a few points to help you keep yourself gospel-focused in these trying times.
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