Addressing the Jewish Identity in Gospel Witness

by Tuvya Zaretsky Have you ever laid your Christian beliefs out to someone who

Sharing the Gospel with a Muslim: An Example

by Werner Mischke I got in the cab. “Chicago Marriott Naperville.” “Okay. What is

Why Are We So Afraid of Sharing the Gospel with Muslims? Part 2

by Lucia (Editor’s note: This is the 2nd in a 2-part post.) In my last

Why Are We So Afraid of Sharing the Gospel with Muslims? Part 1

by Lucia (Editor’s note: This is the first in a 2-part post.) I will

Finding Your Color in Evangelism

by Wendie Connors If you are like me and millions of Americans, it’s Back

What The Old Man Teaches: A Story about First Fruits

by Nate Butler The Kid was dark-eyed, long-haired, chin-stubbled, and oh-so-sullen. Reeking of hairy

Follow the Leader: Modeling Evangelism via Discipling Relationships

by Laurel Bunker (Editor’s note: This is the final post in an 7-part series on Discipling

Discipleship & The Arm of a Trusted Friend

by Dave Short (Editor’s note: This is the 6th in an 7-part series on Discipling

Discipleship, Leadership, and Moving towards Evangelism

by Ed Stetzer (Editor’s note: This is the 5th in an 7-part series on Discipling

The Debt of Love: The New Immigration Crisis

by York Moore In the same way that ‘life’ was a battlefield concept in

We Have to Belong before Others Will Believe

by Beth Seversen (Editor’s note: This is the 4th in an 7-part series on Discipling

Strength in Weakness Leading to Evangelism Opportunities

by Rick Richardson (Editor’s note: This is the 3rd in an 7-part series on Discipling

It’s Caught, Not Taught: Musings on the Christian Faith

by Kimberly Reisman (Editor’s note: This is the 2nd in an 7-part series on Discipling

Sharing the Gospel with Yourself Out Loud

by Jonathan K. Dodson (Editor’s note: This is the 1st in an 7-part series

What Improv Comedy Can Teach Us about Evangelism

by John Crilly Have you ever experienced improv comedy? Chicago is the home of

A New Name and Look

by Laurie Nichols Three years ago we had the privilege of launching the Evangelvision

The Art of Listening in Evangelism

by Samuel Chiang “I don’t have a credit history!” The man looked at me

“It’s Is Finished” Heard above Hellish Screams

by Chris Castaldo Before World War I, a certain frustration developed in Europe. Despite

Are You Captivated by God’s Glory?

by Matt Brown For those of us who are passionate about evangelism and discipleship,

He Ain’t Heavy: Witnessing Well During Seasons of Grief

by Laurel Bunker Have you ever heard the phrase, “Life is what happens while

What Three Twitter Campaigns Have Taught Me about Gospel Witness

by Laurie Nichols #bringbackourgirls #occupycentral #lovewins #blacklivesmatter #defundPP Whatever the trending issue of the day, you can

What Is the Source of ‘Noise’ in Your Life?

by Ken Baker As August rolls into September, a great crescendo of passion thrusts

Keep Speaking on the Most Valuable Message in the World

by Jon Bloom So our culture is growing more hostile toward those of us

A Journey towards Understanding Alternative Spiritualities: Six Years of Burning Man

by Rick Richardson My Introduction to Burning Man In the spring of 2010 I

When #blacklivesmatter Really IS about the Gospel

by Leroy Barber A year ago, I found myself walking the streets of Ferguson

Do You Really Need More Proof?

by Raphael Anzenberger It had been a long evening. About 100 students had come to

Pancakes & Prayer: When the Gospel Comes to IHOP

by Francie Winslow The silly faces made of whipped cream on their pancakes, the

What My Sidewalk Preacher Friend Taught Me about Intentionality

by Lon Allison Yesterday I ran into a man whose evangelism style was once

Song: A Simple Tool for Everyone

by Miriam Adeney Nawal is an Arab whose father was an alcoholic and beat

Planned Parenthood, Unborn Babies, and Us: A Gospel Witness that Fights For Something Greater

by Laurie Nichols If you live in America, you are likely feeling the great