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How to use Soularium™ to enter into the spiritual journey of others.
How to use the Knowing God Personally booklet (KGP) to explain the gospel.
How to use Perspective Cards to discover people’s worldview.
Apologetics is simply “defending the faith.” Roger Hershey gives some great tools and training for how to defend the faith without being defensive.
David Platt talks about “the sinner’s prayer” and biblical response to the gospel. Is raising your hand and repeating a prayer bad? How do we respond if we don’t pray a prayer?
A few years ago, a guy on my staff team observed, “The two things we do the most in ministry – leading small groups and public speaking – are the two things for which we get the least amount of training.” If, indeed, “The tongue has the power of life and death,” it makes sense that we would do everything we can to learn how to wield that weapon effectively. It makes sense that part of our personal development must … Read More
When it comes to using new tools, training really matters. So before teaching your staff, student leaders, or volunteers how to use Soularium™, be sure to read this brief article. Read More
Download Backstory in this PDF format to easily share the gospel story using your iPad. Read More
One of the “Five Es” of developing leaders is EVALUATION. I’ve often viewed this as receiving feedback from my team leader or director about my work, or going over the results of my 360 with that same person. Now I’m starting to embrace EVALUATION in a fuller sense of the word. But let me start by confessing: that word scares the pants off of me. I don’t know if its pride, perfectionism or something else, but I have a genuine … Read More
Randy Newman of Faculty Commons describes how to use questions and dialogue to share the gospel.
CruPress Presents: Seasoned leaders. Relevant topics. Practical training. Read More
Jill Fuhs says, “Don’t just wing it. Have a plan.” Okay, that’s a paraphrase. Watch this and find out what she really says. Read More