It’s time to get uncomfortable and move out of our ‘comfort zone’

We all have a ‘comfort zone,’ one that is defined by the people, places, things, routines and habits that are familiar to us. Most of us become UN-comfortable when someone, or a set of circumstances moves us out of our comfort zone and into new territory, a territory that we sense wil
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Fool’s Talk: Recovering the Art of Christian Persuasion

I am in the process of studying the new book by Os Guinness, Fool’s Talk: Recovering the Art of Christian Persuasion, and have found it to be a vital addition to my apologetic library. I highly recommend this book to all those who are interested in becoming a more effective witn
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The Vital Element to Becoming a Christian Case-maker

It has been said that, “everything begins with good listening,” and this conversational principle is essential if we are to bring the message of Christ to people in a way that is palatable, making it as attractive as possible so as to bring them to a serious consideration of choosing
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The Intellectual ‘ostrich’—Pt. 2 Survival to influence…the embarrassment of riches-by Lane

If you are like most people, you are in contact with a number of people each day, either in your workplace, school, university, Starbucks, or neighborhood, and you find yourself engaged in conversation on various levels. Usually the conversations are somewhat superficial, a bit about
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What are you basing your evangelism on?—feeling, emotion…or Truth?

Critical thinking skills are essential to living the Christian life. With information bombarding us from all sides— friends, teachers, internet, television, radio, books, newspapers, etc., we need to be able to not only see ‘with the eye,’ but through the eye, using the le
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