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We don't like to talk about it, but hell is a real place, and 50% of our neighbors are headed there if we aren't willing to share the gospel with them.
Looking for ways to share the evidence of the resurrection with young ones, students and adults? Listen to Talking Truth with Pastor Mark and Deanna Huff, while they discuss different approaches to sharing the evidence of the resurrection with others.
This week Pastor Scott Murray of Wheaton Bible Church preached on how to thrive in engaging those far from God as well as those we interact with in the world. Often we feel unsure about how to engage our world with the Gospel. For many of us, we end up doing very little because we feel unqualified or ill-equipped. We want to be genuine with the people we engage with. We want to relate with them but also show we are different because of the impact Jesus has on our lives. God’s desire is that we thrive in all of our relationships and interactions as the Holy Spirit leads us to share the transforming power of the Gospel of Jesus.
God has empowered His people with His word and expects them to serve as His ambassadors to the world
How are we supposed to reveal God's truth to the lost? Sometimes we struggle to live out God's gospel and truly love those He puts in our life. Others of us seem unable to find the right words to actually tell them about Jesus. Worse yet, some have come to the belief that evangelism is only revelation or demonstration, but not both. Yet, we always find that truth is most convincing when words and deeds are tied together. (Link to "Saturate" by Jeff Vanderstelt: https://saturatetheworld.com/resources/saturate-book/ )
This is the final message in the short series on evangelism. It looks at two passages (Mt. 16 & Mark 10) about how Jesus used questions to help people confront his claims of Lordship. Then we look at another 7 questions people often ask about spiritual matters and how to direct the conversation to Jesus.
Introduction Our world is damaged because of sin. Cultures, governments, living conditions, and even nature itself feel the effects of the Fall – we’re not in Eden anymore. What hope do we have to in the face of such overwhelming brokenness?
This message looks at how Jesus answered and asked questions to help people see where they really were spiritually. It also dives into some specific questions secular people have about our faith and what we can do to keep the conversations going with them.