Here is a new resource designed to equip Christians to think biblically and engage others winsomely on the topic of gender and sexuality.
Amid the tumultuous season of political elections Christians are sailing in the indestructible and unsinkable ark of Christ. And like the days of Noah, we are bidding our friends and family to join us aboard; there still is room.
Roman Catholics share a number of key doctrinal beliefs with Protestants. Yet, there are substantial differences that compel us to speak to them about the gospel. How can we be better equipped for this task?
How powerful is this gospel? The first missionary that Jesus sends was formerly a streaking, demon-possessed, howling, tomb-dwelling, outlaw.
As Christians we should thank God for how he has preserved the Bible. This gives us confidence in evangelism and in our own daily walk.
Faithful evangelism begins with clear sight: a sight of God and his glory, a sight of self and our sin, a sight of others and their need.
Are there clues for how God brings about surprising works of grace? What ordinary things seem to attend his extraordinary work?
Christians should be persuasive, and with his new book Fool’s Talk, Os Guinness offers a comprehensive presentation of the art and power of creative and distinctly Christian persuasion.
Do you struggle with faithfulness in evangelism? One of the reasons for evangelistic apathy is our lack of love for those around us. Jesus models the way forward. He springs us from ambivalence and apathy to burdened and active.
The gospel removes our debt from sin with God and brings a debt to evangelize our neighbors and the nations. We want to get the gospel to them. We owe them.