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Mark 12:31 calls us to love our neighbors, but this can be downright challenging in our culture where it is difficult to even get to know your neighbors. How do you love your neighbors in such a culture of isolation? Read more to find out!
We often must ask ourselves the question, “What might I do that would demonstrate my desire to be like the Savior and bring many opportunities to share the gospel?” The answer is a one simple word. . .
The fact that churches and cities are inseparable in Scripture lets us know that cities should be important to us as well. But where do we start when reaching our cities for Christ?
How do we cultivate an environment of evangelism in our pregnancy centers and get those with whom we serve to be excited about it? Learn a few ideas how from Dr. Larry Moyer.
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.
“All Christians are Hypocrites” is a common accusation that is hard for many to respond to. You may want to jump straight to denial or to deflecting the question. However, that is not the best response when trying to evangelize to unbelievers. This blog offers some helpful guidance on how to respond to the accusations of hypocrisy.
Learn how to share your faith authentically, even when grappling with personal struggles and feelings of hypocrisy in your Christian journey. Discover practical insights to navigate these challenges and effectively communicate the message of salvation with genuine sincerity.
Discover effective strategies for sharing the gospel with individuals who seem indifferent to matters of faith. Learn how God can work in unexpected ways to draw people to Himself when we practice prayer and patience in our actions.
In a world characterized by hyper-distractions and apathy towards the gospel, Christians face unique challenges in their evangelistic efforts. By recognizing that apathetic individuals still seek fulfillment, readers are encouraged to engage in meaningful conversations by discovering what brings joy and meaning to others’ lives.
Gain a fresh perspective on God’s patience, mercy, and the transformative power of obedience as you embrace your role in sharing the message of salvation with the world. Overcome common misconceptions of the Great Commision that hinder believers from sharing their faith.
Evangelism is a responsibility for all believers, regardless of their gifting or abilities. Explore how God enables and empowers every Christian to share their faith through encouragement and practical guidance so you can step out in confidence and obedience to the Great Commission.
The profound message of the Great Commission is conveyed in Matthew 28:18-20. Let’s delve into the significance of evangelism, disciple-making, and the broader mission to reach all nations.
As our country becomes more diverse, more and more people from other religions are visiting Pregnancy Resource Centers. Obvious as it may...
Whether you have experienced confusion or disappointment with the church or seek a deeper understanding of its true nature, this article shares the significance of the church being a community of believers rather than a physical structure.
Mining the wisdom and truth of Scripture is a lifelong endeavor. It’s an essential part of discipling new believers. Let’s cover a few basics so you have a plan that will help you guide others through their first steps into God’s Word.
There are some essential ingredients in following Christ but one particularly important ingredient of discipleship that is evangelism. Evangelism and discipleship are designed to work together. Regularly sharing our faith helps us grow in our faith.
Nothing is more important for a new believer than to understand that they belong to Christ and that they belong to Him forever. Why is this so essential?
Those of us called to caregiving ministry in a pregnancy resource center desire to show compassion to our clients. But when our labor of love feels like just labor, we might be experiencing what is called compassion fatigue. Read more about compassion fatigue.
Conversational Evangelism can allow us to connect with someone and contextualize the hope of Jesus to their life. Here are 3 steps on how to transition the conversation from aimless spiritual talk to the gospel.
Few things are more terrifying to a believer than if he or she struggles with whether or not they are actually saved. How do you help those people feel certain that they are going to heaven?
Is confrontational evangelism a good method and approach? To answer this question, let’s take a look at two advantages and two disadvantages of this evangelism method.
Sharing Christ with unbelievers can be challenging. It’s important to be prepared to evangelize but be cautious that you are not being trite or superficial.
Non-Christians are more interested in receiving a tract than Christian’s are in distributing them. So why do Christians hesitate to use this tool as they evangelize?
1 Corinthians 13: 4-6 contains several helpful reminders for us when it comes to sharing the gospel. It shares both what love is, and what love is not. If we do not approach with the right kind of love, we can hinder our reach in evangelism.
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