A visitor candidly replied she was not interested in religion. But God was interested in her.
From this interaction of Tim Keller’s and the fruit that followed, we are encouraged to consider how we may employ a similar apologetical approach when confronting secularism’s edge in evangelism.
Do “people skills” matter in evangelism? I think they do, especially in today’s world.
With the best of intentions, practitioners of the altar call and spontaneous baptisms have likely given many unsaved persons false confidence they know Jesus.
When we take a cold, hard look at programs, things just don’t add up.
John Piper did not become a “traveling evangelist” like his father. Yet, in God’s remarkable providence, the evangelist’s son has quietly, inconspicuously, almost counterintuitively been a surprisingly fruitful winner of souls.
We have 234 catalogs of ministers’ libraries in the Netherlands during the seventeenth century. Here are three lessons we ought not neglect.
Is evangelism an individual sport or a team sport? Really, it’s both.
Church members sometimes wonder if they should just leave evangelism to the “professionals.”
Whatever your experience has told you about evangelism, take hope from Acts 28:28.
We asked pastors around the world a simple question: what books did you read in 2023 that helped you be a better pastor?
Before adopting a new practice, churches should always ask: what impact would this have on the church if continued indefinitely?
The manager and editor of all 9Marks’ podcasts ranks his favorite episodes we’ve released this year.
Wondering what books to read in 2024? Watch this video as Mark Dever gives a 2024 reading plan with books from 9Marks, Banner of Truth, and others.