Category Archives: Readables

How’s Your Testimony

There’s a truth applicable to all professing Christians…we either have a testimony or not. By the time I reached high school, no one had ever asked me if I was a Christian but, if they had, I would have said … Continue reading

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The Number One Response

The title for today’s post comes from a national survey, commissioned several years ago by Lee Strobel, which asked people what question they’d ask God if they could only ask Him one thing. ‘The Number One Response’ was: “Why is … Continue reading

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They’re Not Listening

You have so much valuable information about your Savior to tell friends and family, but it seems like they never really listen; even after giving you the green light to share. So what can you try? In today’s Readables post, … Continue reading

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Ever Plant Anything

In Eastern Washington where I now live, planting seeds is as much a part of life, for many, as breathing.  But what about “watching for those moments where you can plant a seed in a natural sort of conversation”? That’s … Continue reading

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It’s Not as Easy as 1, 2, 3

Those without Christ can have so many questions and how we answer won’t always sound the same from person to person, even when the information we give is identical.  Postmodern Spirituality takes a look at these three challenging questions… Why … Continue reading

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Books on Relational Evangelism

I’ve read number 1, 2, 6 & 10 on this list.  Which one(s) have you read?  What was helpful about it?  Would you recommend a different book on evangelism? If you haven’t read any of them, here’s another list…maybe you’ve … Continue reading

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I’ve Got the Keys

We know that the car keys are a young person’s ticket to freedom and all kids know how to ask for them.  But how do we get the keys to reaching a city for Christ?  Interestingly, Chris Walker, a friend … Continue reading

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Cookie Cutters Work on Dough, not People

After all the ingredients have been measured correctly and blended together, and the dough is rolled out evenly, a cookie cutter becomes the natural tool to employ.   But the spiritual journey of a friend can’t be shaped like cookie dough … Continue reading

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Preparing Yourself for Evangelism

“The biggest difference between a church successful in outreach and one that is not is willingness to begin with people, and patience with them during the preconversion phase.”  Doug Murren and Mike Meeks make this point early on in Preparing … Continue reading

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The Dangerous Fate of Those Who Live and Die without Christ

“Have you ever been out hiking in the woods and gotten lost? It’s a terrible feeling.”  Thus starts Jimmy Kinnaird’s post from September 2011, on his personal evangelism weblog.  Then he helps us see that the person without Christ, is … Continue reading

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