Category: Evangelism

Beautiful Feet: Taking Steps of Obedience

How do you use your “beautiful feet”? by Jessica Leep Fick How beautiful upon the mountains are the feet of the messenger who announces peace, who brings good news, who announces salvation, who says...

Would Jesus Join a Fraternity?

by Brian Mann Which part of the university is least likely to be receptive to God?  If we were playing Family Feud, a few different answers would be offered, but it is likely that...

Apologetics in the Wired World

Recovering the art of Christian persuasion by Os Guinness We are all apologists now, and we stand at the dawn of the grand age of human apologetics, or so some are saying because our...

The Cure for “Evangelaryngitis”

by Phil Olson When it comes to “giving a reason for the hope that is within you” (1 Pet. 3:15), most of us develop “evangelaryngitis”—we get tongue-tied, forget important Bible verses and theological concepts,...

The Salty Life

Sustaining and sharing the flavor of Jesus by Rebecca Manley Pippert You are the salt of the earth. But if the salt loses its saltiness, how can it be made salty again? Matthew 5:13...

Ethical Evangelism

by David P. Gushee As a lost, seeking, 16-year-old, I was won to Christ in 1978 by men and women in the Southern Baptist tradition who had been schooled on a relentless “soul-winning” vision....

Church on the Porch

by Steve Addison When tall, blond American Jeff Sundell began spreading the gospel among Tibetan Buddhists in the politically sensitive and remote villages of the Himalaya Mountains of northern India and Nepal, he stood...

The (Other) Great Commission

by Al Tizon As spectacular biblical stories go, the story of the Gerasene demoniac in the fifth chapter of Mark sits near the top. Hollywood can truly go crazy on this one, especially in...

Partaking in Each Other’s Faith Journeys

by Kristyn Komarnicki A number of years ago, I was invited to represent Christianity (as if!) to a class on faith and justice at the Reconstructionist Rabbinical College in Philadelphia. The students had already...