Heroes of the Christian Faith: Michael Green

by Carrie Boren Headington (Editor’s note: This is the 2nd post in a series on

Heroes of the Christian Faith: John R. Mott

by Lon Allison (Editor’s note: This is the 1st post in a series on

Discovering the Humanity of Others

by Ken Baker (Editor’s note: This is the final in a 10-part series on how

Why It Took Me So Long to Give My Gospel Voice

by Samuel Chiang (Editor’s note: This is the 8th in a 10-part series on

Rethinking Evangelism through the Doctrine of the Church

by Jonathan Dodson (Editor’s note: This is the 7th in a 10-part series on

Theology, Evangelism, and the Priority of Multiplication

by Ed Stetzer (Editor’s note: This is the 6th in a 10-part series on

The Best Christianity Money Can Buy

by Scott Bessenecker Will Rogers once said that we have the best politicians money

Are Our Priorities in Evangelism Out of Line?

by David Souther (Editor’s note: This is the 5th in a 10-part series on

When God’s Control & Promises Are Enough

by Mark Overstreet (Editor’s note: This is the 4th in a 10-part series on how

Why Evangelism Is Worship

by Beth Seversen (Editor’s note: This is the 3rd in a 10-part series on

When Fear Is a Gospel Thing

by Craig Dyer (Editor’s note: This is the 2nd in a 10-part series on

Gospel Truth that Speaks to Our Minds No Matter How Our Hearts Feel

by Ann Sullivan (Editor’s note: This is the 1st in a 10-part series on

What Millennials Can Teach Us about Our Faith

by Andrew Palau I probably sound like a broken record at times. It’s a

The Church Today in Cultural Captivity

by Sam Kim Kate Bowler, a Professor of History of Christianity at Duke, recently wrote a

Why Parenting Can Make You Reconsider the Importance of Faith

by Will Graham Many of you may know me as Billy Graham’s grandson, but

Your Tribe, Your Opportunity

By Ron Hutchcraft An upscale restaurant in Manhattan’s iconic Rockefeller Plaza, filled with Wall

How to Reach Out to Family Members with the Gospel

by Nancy Grisham When I was growing up, my family had an unwritten code

Would Jesus Use Social Media?

by Evi Rodemann In today´s society, it is unthinkable to live without social media,

Using Music to Create On-ramps for Gospel Witness

by Sandra Van Opstal Music and Movement What do you have on repeat on

Two Marks for Reaching and Keeping Millennials

by Alvin Reid The statistics state clearly what we wish was not true: the

Have You Had a Spiritual Conversation Lately?

by Samuel Chiang A recent posting by the chief explorer of The Exploration Group

Jesus and the Art of Storytelling

by Ken Baker Jesus was an artist. He painted pictures through parables—stories, rooted in

A Story from South Asia: From Darkness to Light

by Mark Overstreet “And God saw everything that he had made, and behold, it

What Is Evangelism without Imagination?

by Byron Spradlin People will not believe what they can’t imagine. So, evangelism must

The Beauty of Christian Comics in Outreach

by Nate Butler While there are all sorts of cartoon or ‘visual storytelling’ formats

Sports as an Entry Point to the Gospel

by John Crilly When we think of sports, we often think of the competition—of

Evangelism, Imagination, and Artists

by Byron Spradlin No one can believe anything they can’t imagine. This reality makes

The Power of One Person

by Laurie Nichols I remember a missionary friend present our reason for witnessing clearer

When Speaking Truth and Showing Truth Really Aren’t All that Different

by Ed Stetzer Gospel proclamation is proclaiming the gospel clearly. People hear the truth

Our Reflection: The Power of Our Words & Our Deeds

by Nate Butler I can only speak for myself, but I think I have