Using three questions that Jesus asked for more fruitful spiritual conversations.
Just like defining a word without using it can be difficult, eliminating Christian jargon from your conversations is a challenge. Here's how to identify and correct your Christianese habit.
A lot of people in the Church seem to be asking the same question more and more these days: How do I talk to people about my faith in Christ? This is an excellent question to ask! Particularly considering...
On April 3rd, 1968 Martin Luther King Jr. stood in front of the Mason Temple in Memphis, Tennessee and prophetically anticipated the end of his people’s struggle. He said, “I have seen the Promised Land. I may not get...
"This is an excellent tactic; one that must be developed through reflection and practice."
Remember the day before a test at school? If you’re like me, you spent that evening cramming as much knowledge as you possibly could into your mind in the hopes that most (if not all) of it would somehow...
For a period of time in 2010 I chatted with my best friend about his faith. I had not yet developed the First Date Evangelism approach but I was asking him good questions about why he held his views....
"Listening is paying attention, listening is allowing someone to fully speak their mind, listening is focusing on what’s unsaid, listening involves getting to know context..."
In a previous post, I said that there is always a potential for obstacles in a conversation that can derail your evangelistic or apologetic efforts. All of a sudden you’re chasing rabbit trails, sifting through multiple, unrelated responses, or...
"I know that I turned people off and strained friendships and other relationships when I first started out because I did not understand this important principle."

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