Start each week with this encouragement to show and share the love of Jesus.
Episode Nine | When Tough Questions Are Really Trust Questions
Rick Richardson, Wheaton College Professor and Director of the Church Evangelism Initiative at the Billy Graham Center for Evangelism, explains that often when people ask us tough questions about faith there is emotion and hurt underneath. Sharp questions sometimes signal a felt need. How can we best respond when posed such questions?
Episode Eight | What Does It Mean That We Don’t Take God to Anyone?
Jerry Root, Wheaton College Evangelism Professor and Director of the Evangelism Initiative at the Billy Graham Center for Evangelism, reminds us that God is always going before us in our gospel efforts. What does that mean for our evangelism, and how can we winsomely engage others with the good news? Jerry offers some ideas for opening questions.
Episode Seven | What Would It Mean for Us to Humanize Each Person We Meet?
Laurie Nichols, Director of Communications at the Billy Graham Center for Evangelism, talks about what it would look like for our gospel witness if we started to see each person we meet as different and uniquely made by God. A cookie-cutter approach to evangelism is usually not the most effective way to reach people for Jesus, so what approach is?
Episode Six | Does God Really Give Us Gospel Moments?
Kerilee Van Schooten, Church Evangelism Research and Ministries Coordinator at the Billy Graham Center for Evangelism, shares how our confidence in the grace of God grows, our fears of sharing the gospel diminish. She talks about why awkwardness may not be a bad thing and that in fact God may use those moments in the lives of many around us.
Episode Five | In What Specific Ways Can the Good News Be Good News?
Michael Hakmin Lee, Research Fellow at the Billy …