Foundations of Evangelism
In this article, we explore God’s model of evangelism. Does it matter how we do it or are we free to do evangelism as we please? God in His grace has given us a guide in His word to what evangelism should look like.
This article details why the content of the gospel is not to be put to the side or completely forgotten in evangelism. Our good works are not the gospel, Jesus is. Why is the content of the gospel so important? What relationship does the gospel have to historical facts?
In this article, we explore that the Christian witness to the gospel should be evident in what we say and how we live our lives. As Will Metzger puts it in his book Tell the Truth, “The airplane of Christian witness has two wings, our lips, and our lives.”
As Christians, we want to share the awe-inspiring work of God in our lives. What God has done through Jesus Christ to unite us to himself truly is the most significant thing that has happened to us and it’s the most significant thing that could happen for anybody else.
In this article, we begin looking at our role and God’s in evangelism. Our responsibility is to proclaim the gospel with our lips and our lives knowing that it is God who is going to work in people’s hearts to bring them to faith.
There is a great problem in the world today–there are many “Christians” who profess to be in Christ and yet are far from the truth. We must examine, what is genuine conversion? In this article we answer, what does it mean for someone to truly be a Christian?
In this article, we answer, what is true faith? From the Bible, we see Saving faith is a conviction, brought about by the Holy Spirit, of the truth of the gospel and trust in the promises of God in Christ.
How to Share the Gospel
This article continues our series on how to share the gospel so far we’ve established that because God is our creator, our owner, we are accountable to follow his instructions for a life centered on Him. Yet we are incapable of reaching God’s standards.
We need a mediator to satisfy God’s righteous demands and to pay the penalty of guilt that we have incurred. That mediator is Jesus. He alone keeps the rules of life and takes the punishment for our sin. And that’s what we are talking about in this article.
In this article, we cover three possible responses people can have to the gospel and the value of practicing a gospel presentation either with a close friend or family member and even a trusted Christian.