While waiting for a bus in Kansas, an Ethiopian Cru® staff member meets a man from an unreached people group in his home country. He shares the gospel with him using an app, and the man decides to follow Jesus.
A simple tool can change a Gospel conversation from hurtful to helpful, by making a heart connection.
Once you know what someone’s personality type is, you're on the way to building a gospel-sharing strategy that speaks their language.
When Allie was in college talking about life and spiritual things seemed easy. Now that she was in the working world, everything seemed to have changed.
Voke app offers an easy way to share gospel-centered videos with friends digitally to begin meaningful conversations.
The Voke app makes spiritual conversations easy through digital means.
Discovery Bible Study is a great tool that helps participants from many backgrounds learn about and respond to who God is.
Why some consider the Four Spiritual Laws as outdated, the booklet is actually still a powerful go-to for many.
The Words Project helps foster spiritual conversations with ease.
Pastor Matt DeCola talks about the risks and challenges involved in sharing Christ with your family, and offers 7 helpful principles in moving toward family members with the gospel.
The Agape movement in Switzerland uses four symbols on a wristband to simply and clearly explain the gospel.
How can we help agnostics know and follow Christ? Let’s look into the life of one former skeptic and the tool he developed to help us better converse spiritually with others.
Learn about how a group of college students who used a simple outreach and broke common myths about sharing their faith.
Andrew Jefferies, a former Cru student at Gallaudet University, explains how a major social gap between the Deaf and hearing communities in the world results in fewer people experiencing the gospel. He provides steps for how hearing people can help change that.
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