Listen well, and you will discover the deepest yearnings of their heart
What do you do when someone says "Yes!" to Jesus? Get them to stop smoking asap? Take them shopping for modest clothes? Hmm, maybe not. Here's a list with seven 'good' ideas.
It’s easy to talk about things we love. We’re quick to recommend a restaurant or a movie. So why do we struggle to talk about Jesus?
When you look through God’s eyes, you see people for who they could become. Then you get to join him in redeeming the world.
If we’re going to introduce people to Jesus, then at some point, the conversation needs to move on to spiritual matters. Sometimes the biggest hurdle is just getting started.
Power to Change founder Dr. Bill Bright offers a simple definition of successful witnessing.
Here are some tools and practical tips for explaining the gospel so you feel prepared.
You’re about to share your faith. Does that mean you need to be perfect or read a stack of evangelism books? Nope.
With online mentoring, there's a new way to use past experiences to begin spiritual conversations.
In this video retired Major Wes Bowers shares about a time when conversations didn't seem to be going very well. Unknown to Wes, God wasn't finished yet.
It’s an amazing honor to walk with people who are actively seeking God. Here’s a list of practical ways to help them move closer to Christ.
People want to see the scars and the wrinkles, not a façade. We don't need to have it all together to share Christ. Being authentic goes a long way.
Instead of worrying about how to have the “big talk,” focus on small talk. The key is to just be yourself, and not to edit God out of your conversations.
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.
If God were sitting beside you and you had free reign of the conversation, where would you take it?
Pulling out a gospel tract might not be the best way to start. There is a way to bring up spiritual topics without being awkward or a jerk.
Saying what is right in the wrong way can really backfire.
When it came to sharing my faith, I was as clumsy as a carpenter with ten thumbs. But a few years ago I made a surprising discovery.
We know it can be hard to remember and articulate all the things you've learned about sharing the Gospel. So, as you teach others, we're here to do the heavy lifting.