Sharing the Gospel
It is both startling and unsurprising that Singaporeans youths are shunning religion, with 23% of 15-25 years old indicating “no religion” in a 2015 General Household Survey conducted by Department of Statistics. If our culture is one in which Christianity is seen as disproven, requires blind faith, or just another way of living, then there will be a lack of openness in listening to the Gospel and people will be apathetic to Christianity.
We’ve adopted four sayings into our everyday verbiage that may offer less biblical truth than we think.
What does it really look like to obey Jesus’ command to spread the gospel?
As believers, each of us has our own story: the story of how we met Jesus. When combined with our desire to tell others about Him, we have a powerful, versatile and meaningful way to connect others with the very heart of God.
Learning ways to include evangelism in your daily life.
The American church is sorely lacking in its ability to equip believers intellectually for the battle this world is currently waging.
Starting a life-changing conversation is easier than you think and you can do it anywhere.
Our incredibly high ratio of exposures to involved new believers has left me longing for our evangelistic approaches to be not only successful, but also effective.
Even when everyone else is absolutely sure it doesn’t exist!
The idea of absolute truth has fallen on hard times. Claiming something is really true is not only unpopular, it is often considered foolish, arrogant, and even immoral. In such a hostile climate, many Christians are hesitant to pay the cultural price for clinging to the concept of absolute truth.
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