Mack Stiles reviews the four books that were up for TGC’s best Evangelism & Apologetics title of 2022.
Every Christian is a living miracle. If Jesus can save you, he can save anyone.
Here are three lessons one church has learned living and ministering in an ultra-multi-cultural environment.
Even though many Christians at your church genuinely want to make God known, they struggle in evangelism. Have you ever wondered why that is?
If evangelism is the expectation of every disciple, then every disciple needs to be equipped in evangelism.
Some of our most obvious evangelistic opportunities are with the people who are members of our churches.
Programs come and go. A culture endures.
God continues to amaze me as he uses something as simple as a tract to introduce people to the gospel and to our church.
To what extent should we address and acknowledge non-Christians when leading, preaching, and praying?
The Christian life isn’t doing more for Jesus to get more from Jesus. The Christian life is forsaking more for Jesus to gain more of Jesus.
Every person in your church—from unborn babies to those who come in by walker or cane—is conceived in Adam and needs to be born again in the second Adam.
We should expect the Lord to answer our prayers and grant us opportunities to speak of Christ. God has put you where you are for a purpose.
The gospel is a story of hospitality—of someone sacrificially loving strangers that they might become family.
Despite the “newness” of what we’re facing in this country, it’s not all that new in the life of the church.
A pastor must never become so comfortable teaching others how to evangelize that his own zeal for sharing the gospel evaporates from simmering too long on the back burner.