Easter is one time of year when talking about Jesus is a natural thing to do.
Our most basic human cravings for intimacy, destiny and meaning all point to the search for God.
A small film crew set out to interview 300 people about faith, fear, and whether or not Canada is ready for the Gospel. Over 14,000km later, they had an answer.
When we overflow with the joy of the Lord, people become curious about what makes us tick. Watch Steve’s story of how a simple smile sparked a spiritual conversation.
It’s time to dazzle some taste buds.
Do you know
what…who…you’re talking about?
We’re more than lucky. We’re downright privileged!
I have to admit that I find Christianity boring when it's reduced to Sunday services.
Sometimes I need to dim this little light of mine.
Jesus wants His Good News to go viral. Here's how to help.
There’s nothing quite as much fun as being used by God to lead others to Jesus!
Some of the greatest joys in the Christian life come from making Jesus known to those who don't yet know Him personally. Here's how to get started.
Right from the start I was one of those obnoxious "Jesus freaks." I didn't "share" my new faith with my husband; I pushed, forced, and shoved. As you can imagine, it did not work.
Pulling out a gospel tract might not be the best way to start. There is a way to bring up spiritual stuff without being awkward or a jerk.
When sharing Christ can seem more like drudgery than delight...
We can’t let fear stop us from witnessing to the people we love.
Everyone is a witness, either for the prosecution or the defense.
Sometimes, witnessing can be accomplished better through our daily lives than our words.
When it came to sharing my faith, I was as clumsy as a carpenter with ten thumbs. Maybe I was just a slow learner, but a few years ago I made a surprising discovery.
In one sense our lives are always witnessing, either for Christ or against Him. But witnessing for Jesus becomes a whole lot more effective and exciting when we're intentional about it.
What I learned from a Hindi quote.
When you feel like your witnessing goes in one ear and out the other?