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Ryan Berg tells stories about how demonstrating the Gospel has created opportunities on campus to declare the Gospel.
Ryan Berg describes God’s profound work in the lives of his students and his family as they’ve sought to help women and children in South Asia.
Neil Downey uses a Pillow Pet to explain how to display, declare, and demonstrate the gospel. (Full video is 37 minutes, so just watch the first 7.)
In its essence, the gospel is the good news of Jesus. No matter how it is presented, at its core is always “who is Jesus and what has he done?” The Gospel of Mark (which presents the gospel in a narrative form) can be understood by two movements: Chapters 1-8:30, which focuses on who Jesus is, climaxed by Peter’s confession “You are the Christ” and 8:31-16:8 which moves steadily toward what he came to do – his saving death and … Read More
When having a spiritual conversation, how do you transition into the gospel and help people respond to the gospel? Keith Davy just might know the answer. Read More
Tim Henderson describes how clear articulation of the gospel combined with genuine care for people results in changed lives. Read More
Has Western culture shifted from guilt-based to shame-based motivation? If so, what are the implications for how we share the gospel? Tim Henderson explores this interesting topic. Read More
Adoption is the heart of the gospel. Sarah Evers describes why.
Who is Jesus? What has he done? Why is it important? In answering these questions, Keith Davy describes the essence of the gospel. Read More
Ben Rivera gives you six key questions that help clarify the content of the “Would You Like to Know God Personally?” booklet. Read More
Today’s college students are drawn toward social justice. Even more, today’s Christian students are concerned with integrating social justice concerns into their experience of the Christian Life. Since the turn of the 20th Century and the fundamentalist / modernist controversy, social justice concerns have often been linked with theological liberalism. In the wake of Marxist economic policy, Freudian psychology, Darwinian evolution, Nietzschean philosophy, and historical criticism—all of which challenged the inspiration and authority of the Scriptures—a great gulf has separated … Read More