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Christian Aid Missions Off the Grid

Missions Off the Grid

Some 6,000 people groups have never heard of Jesus. Christian Aid Mission helps native believers reach off-the-grid groups like these. read more
Mission: Unique Bob Finley

Mission:Unique

Almost 60 years ago, Bob Finley had a vision for indigenous missions that created the most effective missions organization you’ve never heard of. read more

6 Tips to Start Witnessing

The biggest roadblock to evangelism is beginning a conversation. Here’s how to get started.

 

I know many Christians who want to share their faith, but they struggle with finding a way to begin. There is no specific formula. God wants us to be spontaneous as we trust Him to give us the words. 


These suggestions will help you start the conversation:

1. Discuss spirituality. You might ask, “Do you attend church anywhere?” Regardless of the answer, try to steer away from getting caught up in a discussion about religion or “your” church. Many people have had negative church experiences. But this can still be a great door opener. Keep the focus on Christ because religion doesn’t change lives, Jesus does. read more

You Have A Story to Tell

You Have A Story to Tell

Many Christians don’t share their faith because they aren’t Bible experts. But all you really need to do is tell your testimony. read more
Ray Comfort, Kirk Cameron

Front-Line Evangelists

Kirk Cameron and Ray Comfort recently led an ‘atheistic evolution’ revolution at U.S. universities. read more

A Legacy of Faith

A Legacy of Faith

Roberts heard a voice: “Son, I am going to heal you, and you will take My power to your generation.” read more

10 Reasons We We Must GO

10 Reasons We Must GO

The Great Commission is not a suggestion. If you are wondering whether you should be involved in missions, consider these biblical mandates.

Twenty-three humanitarian workers from a church in South Korea were kidnapped in 2007 in Afghanistan. Two of them, including a pastor, were killed by their Taliban captors. After wrenching negotiations the remaining workers were freed. They came home—but not to accolades. They were castigated for bringing “shame” on their nation. read more

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